Vienna Austria airport is one of the world’s busiest airports, used by most major airlines, including several budget airlines, such as Air Berlin and Air Baltic.
The airport has been divided into two terminals.
Of the two terminals, Terminal 1 contains, most notably, departure gates for ‘Austrian‘ — the national airline in Austria — and for its partner airlines (such as Emirates and Air Bulgaria).
PHOTO: Aerial view to the Vienna International Airport.
Terminal 1 has a great range of services, including (on the main level)…
- restaurants (within a restaurant square), many with panoramic views to the airfield,
- currency exchange offices,
- stores of products related to air travel,
- memorabilia shops (including ‘Mostly Mozart‘),
- Duty Free stores (right before the departure gates), and
a hair salon.
On the lower level of Terminal 1, you’ll also find:
- a good selection of car rental companies,
- a grocery shop,
- McDonalds, and
- ‘Left Luggage’ service, allowing you to store bags on an hourly basis.
You’ll also find lockers for bags from major train stations in Vienna, including Westbahnhof and Südbahnhof.
Terminal 2, meanwhile, is the terminal for many smaller regional airlines, including Finnair and Air Baltic (a budget airline operating out of Latvia).
Vienna International Airport
Address: Einfahrtsstrasse, Z1300, Schwechat
Official website: ViennaAirport.com
To get to the airport, located about 18 km from central Vienna, you have several options (in addition to the local taxis):
- Airport bus (route that includes stops at Westbahnhof and Südbahnhof),
- City Airport Train (CAT) (www.cityairporttrain.com (from Wien-Mitte station), and
- S-Bahn train (S7 from Wien-Mitte towards Wolfstadt).