Information on Airports in Austria
Austria is served by Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna International Airports. Vienna International has recently been enlarged and its amenities improved, including a new terminal, new arrivals hall and additional departure gates as well as improved shopping facilities. Located on the A4 Airport Motorway outside Vienna, the airport can also be accessed by the City Airport Train running from Vienna to the City Air Terminal at Wien Mitte. The journey time is about 16 minutes. There is also an S-Bahn link and a Vienna Airport Lines bus service, taking about 20 minutes. Taxis can be hailed from a rank outside the airport.
There are banking services including ATMs available throughout the airport, and numerous cafes and snack bars. There are also more than 70 shops offering a wide range of gifts as well as clothing and food. A 24 hour medical centre and pharmacy operate in the airport and the airport is fully accessible to disabled passengers; assistance can be requested online prior to flying by the airport’s website.
Innsbruck Airport serves the Tyrol region, famous for its skiing. It is linked to the main bus station in Innsbruck by the bus F service, and a taxi rank is located outside the airport. There is an ATM in the Arrivals area, and Wi-Fi access is provided free of charge. A range of shops offers souvenirs, books, and duty free, and disabled passengers are well catered for.
Salzburg Airport is located near Austria’s border with Germany. It also serves some of the country’s most popular ski areas, and is reached from Salzburg via its own motorway connection on the junction of the A1 and A10. There is a bus service which takes about 25 minutes, costing about €1.60 - €2.10 (US$2.00- 2.70). A bank, several ATMs and free Wi-Fi are available in the terminal concourse, and there are baby-changing facilities and children’s play areas provided.
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