Airport Transfers

    Vienna Airport

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    CAT – City Airport Train to the city centre

    With a journey time of only 16 minutes, the City Airport Train is the fastest way to travel to Vienna city centre. The City Airport Train operates daily from 05:37 a.m. to 23:38 p.m., 365 days a year. The city terminal is located at Wien Mitte station (a 10-min walk from St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and provides easy access to trams, underground lines, busses, and taxis.

    A dedicated CAT counter is located in the arrivals hall, where you can find information about CAT services and purchase a ticket.

    Local trains (S-Bahn) to the city centre

    The rapid transit railway (S-Bahn) is an economical way of travelling between Vienna City centre and Vienna Airport.
    Ticket counters can be found in the arrivals hall; ticket machines are located in the arrivals hall, the passages to the platforms, and on the platforms.

    National trains (ÖBB) to the city centre and beyond

    Reach Vienna main station (Hauptbahnhof), St. Pölten, Linz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Bregenz, and Graz directly by ÖBB Railjet. Transfer at Vienna main station for Klagenfurt, Brno, Prague, Györ, and Budapest.

    Ticket counters can be found in the arrivals hall; ticket machines are located in the arrivals hall, the passages to the platforms, and on the platforms.



    Vienna Airport Lines connect Vienna Airport with the main Vienna transport hubs.

    The 3 Vienna Airport Line routes serve all of Vienna’s underground railway lines. Every 30 minutes there are connections to the airport from Vienna West station (Westbahnhof) and Vienna main station (Hauptbahnhof). Buses to the city centre (Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz) run 24 hours a day with a journey time of only 20 minutes.


    Railjet through Austria

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    Innsbruck Airport is easily accessed by bus. Bus route F connects Innsbruck main station with the airport terminal in just 20 minutes.


    The airport does not have a direct railway link, but Bus F will take you to Innsbruck main station in just 20 minutes. From there, you can take international and national trains. 

    Loser Panorama Road / Altaussee

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    Take a public bus from Graz Airport to Graz main station or Jakominiplatz. The bus stop for Bus 630/631 (Graz Centre “Jakominiplatz”) is right outside the passenger terminal, right next to the departure area.


    Train line S5 operates regularly between Graz main station (Hauptbahnhof) and Graz Airport.

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    Public buses run at regular intervals between Salzburg Airport, the main train station in Salzburg and the city centre, as well as to Zell am See, Maishofen, Saalfelden, Weißbach, St. Martin, Unken, Bad Reichenhall, and Wals.

    • The No. 2 Bus runs daily (every 10-20 minutes) between Salzburg main station and the airport. Sundays and public holidays every 20 min. The journey time is approximately 23 minutes.
    • The No. 10 Bus (Mo-Sat) departs every 10 minutes from the airport to the city centre. The journey time is approximately 15 minutes.

    Tickets are available at the “Newscorner” in the airport terminal, at the bus stop (ticket machine), or can be purchased directly from the bus driver.
    The Salzburg Card is available at “Reisewelt” travel agency. It offers free entrance to most tourist attractions and free public transport in the city of Salzburg for 3 days.

    Public busses to other destinations in SalzburgerLand

    • Postbus 260 (also listed as Bus 3062) runs from Salzburg main station to Salzburg Airport, Bad Reichenhall, Unken, Lofer (with connections to St. Johann in Tirol and Kitzbühel on Bus No. 4012), St. Martin, Weißbach, Saalfelden, Maishofen, and Zell am See.
    • Postbus 180 (also listed as Bus 3068) runs from Salzburg main station to Salzburg Airport, Wals, Grossgmain, and Bad Reichenhall.

    Public busses to destinations in Tirol

    • Postbus line 260 (3062) to Lofer, then change to bus 4012 running to St. Johann in Tirol and Kitzbühel. The bus stop is right in front of airport terminal 1.



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    Bus No. 601 links the airport to the centre of Linz. The journey time is approximately 22 minutes.


    Hörsching train station connects Linz and Wels at hourly intervals:

    Linz – Hörsching journey time: 10 min
    Wels – Hörsching journey time: 14 min

    A free shuttle bus to the airport awaits all passengers (with valid plane tickets) at Hörsching train station (please note: You will have to show your train ticket.) The journey takes about three minutes. The shuttle service operates as required between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m.

    You can request the shuttle by calling +43 800 206600 (freephone). Please speak to the information desk if you wish to request the shuttle service at the airport.



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    The main bus stop at the airport can be found just outside the arrivals hall. Busses 40 and 42 take you to Klagenfurt centre in less than 20 minutes.


    Klagenfurt offers easy connections to Bruck/Mur, Vienna, Villach and Salzburg. The journey time between Klagenfurt main station (Hauptbahnhof) and Klagenfurt Annabichl (nearest stop to the airport) is just 5 minutes. There is a train to Annabichl approx. every 30 min. and it is just a 7 minutes’ walk to the airport from the station at Annabichl. Find connections