How can I fly to and from Austria?

Vienna International Airport (VIE) is Austria’s main international airport and in served directly and indirectly year round from the UK. The frequency of flights in liable to seasonal (winter/summer) fluctuations. Internal flights operate to Innsbruck and Klagenfurt from Vienna.

Graz, Linz and Salzburg airports previously had connecting flights from Vienna, but these cities now enjoy regular ÖBB services directly from Flughafen Wien Bahnhof to Salzburg Hbf, Linz Hbf and Graz Hbf. There are direct trains to/from Klagenfurt Hbf from Wien Hbf, as well as changing from Graz-bound trains at Brück an der Mur.

Regional Airport Services to the UK

Graz Airport does not have any direct flights to the UK, but there are connecting flights to Frankfurt, Munich and Amsterdam.

Direct flights from Gatwick Airport serve Innsbruck airport, with flights daily in winter, and currently four times a week in summer. Otherwise you can fly via Frankfurt or Vienna.

Klagenfurt Airport has Ryanair connections (both direct and indirect) to the UK, with seasonal variations in frequency, including direct flights to London Stansted.

Linz Airport does not have any direct flights from the UK, but does fly to Düsseldorf and Frankfurt, which may provide convenient connections.

Salzburg Airport has direct flights to London Stansted as well as range of indirect connections to various parts of the UK.

Airports in neighbouring countries that may also have flights

Bratislava Airport has a number of flights to and from the UK. It is just over an hour away from Vienna.

Brno in Czech Republic has some direct flights to and from London Stansted.

Ljubljana Airport is about an hour from the Austrian border.

Memmingen Airport has indirect connections to London Stansted.

Munich Airport is about an hour from Salzburg, and is also a convenient hub for Tyrol.

Zurich Airport has rail connections through to Western Austria.

Regional Airports – Destination Maps

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