The International Airport of Vienna is located 18 km from the center of Vienna, in a place called Schwechat and is the biggest and most important airport in Austria. Twenty million passengers go through Vienna Airport every year. Vienna Airport has 3 terminals to enable an easier and faster…

Munich Airport is exactly 30 km northeast from the center of the city of Munich, in the part of city called Erdinger Moos, where it was open in 1992. It is the second largest airport in Germany, after the one in Frankfurt am Main. It is ranked seventh in the world by the number of passengers…

Salzburg Airport is the second largest airport in Austria as well as one of the busiest. Salzburg Airport was named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a world-renowned composer born in this city. The airport is 4 km west from the city center, and only 3 km from the German border.

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Innsbruck Airport is only 5 km far from the center of Innsbruck, Tyrol's state capital. During the winter season, this airport becomes the busiest one in Austria. Innsbruck is located in the western part of Austria, not far from the German and Italian border. The location of the airport is such…

Austria's Linz Airport is near the city of Linz. Linz Airport, also known as the Blue Danube Airport, is the third largest airport in Austria, with 200,000 employees.  Considering its excellent location and the proximity of the Czech border, Linz Airport is an important traffic hub for this part…

Graz Airport, also known as Thalerhof, is located in municipalities Feldkirchen and Kalsdorf. This airport is not exceptionally large but it is very important for this part of Europe as it is in close vicinity of the Hungarian and Croatian border. Should you be arriving at this airport, and you…