O'Ward will make his debut in the series, replacing Mahaveer Raghunathan who received a ban for the event after picking up nine penalty points in a single race.
The Mexican driver is competing part-time in the NTT IndyCar Series with Carlin this year, and was recently signed onto the Red Bull junior programme.
Maini returns to the series, this time with Campos after spending the 2018 campaign with Trident where he picked up a best result of sixth.
The Indian racer replaces Dorian Boccolacci for two rounds, and is also spending time this year with Haas as a development driver.
"As I have always stated, Formula 1 remains my ultimate aim," Maini said. "We made a decision to try something different this year and irrespective of the results, I believe it has worked for the best as my time in the LMP2 car has definitely helped prepare me for the future.
“I'm looking forward to these next few weeks and I hope I can put my best foot forward in both rounds.
"I know that joining mid-season without any testing is not easy for anyone but I am prepared to take on the challenge."
SURPRISE!! Im going across the pond this weekend and joining ___Escaped_link_61f267c5dbcf2___ in the #17 machine for the 6th round of the FIA_F2?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">___Escaped_link_61f267c5dbcf8___ #AustrianGP— Patricio O'Ward (@PatricioOWard) June 25, 2019
¡¡SORPRESITA!! Me toca cruzar el lago este fin para correr en @FIA_F2 con @mpmotorsport_ en Austria!! en la máquina #17 pic.twitter.com/pSWHLuGDgk
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