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Vienna International Airport

Vienna Airport Code: VIE

Vienna International Airport Information:

Vienna Airport website 

Telephone: +43-1 7007-22233

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Airport Facilities Ultra clean Vienna Airport has 70 shops, several banks complimented by a broad range of restaurants and cafes. It also features a world trade centre, has impressive VIP & business services and a pharmacy.

Airlines Flying To Vienna

Adria Airways, Aeroflot, Air Baltic, Air Berlin, Air China, Air France, Air India, Air Malta, Air Moldova, Air Namibia, Air Nippon, Air Ostrava, America West, Asiana, Astraeus, Air Tungan, Alitalia, Austrian Airways, Austrian Air Transport, Balkan Bulgarian, Belavia, British Airways, Croatia Air Lines, Cyprus Airways, Czech Air Lines, Delta Airlines, Deutsche Lufthansa, Eva Air, El Al, Finnair, Garuda Indonesia, Germanwings, Iberia, Iceland Cargo, Iran Air, Japan Airlines, Jat Airways, KLM, Korean Air, LOT, Lauda Air, Lufthansa Cityline, Luxair, Macedonian, Malaysia Airlines, Malev, Northwest Airlines, Olympic, Orbi Georgian Airlines, Snowflake, Swiss Air

 

Airport Transfer Travel From Vienna Airport To Central Vienna

Vienna Airport is 18 km from the centre of downtown Vienna

Bus Services To And From Vienna Airport The bus takes 20 minutes to and from the Airport and the operating hours are daily at 12.30 am,  2 am from 4 am till 11.30 pm. The buses run from Morzinplatz/ Schwedenpaltaz at intervals of every half an hour. Buses from the Airport to Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz daily 1.20 am, 2.50 and every 30 minutes from 4.50 am till 12.20 am. A single fare costs about 8 Euro’s.

S- Bahn Rail Services To And From Vienna Airport  . The most inexpensive way to the airport is by taking the S-Bahn ] line S7 which stops at every station on the way there and back. the Underground service runs from 4.30 am till around Midnight. Travelling to or from from the airport on the S-Bahn is two zones

Rail Services To And From Vienna Airport The CAT [City Airport Train] is a more expensive means of transportation  and connects Vienna Airport directly with Wein Mitte station which is very close to the City Centre. The CAT train goes from the airport to Wein Mitte/ Landstrase  from 6.05 am till 11.35 pm and  5.38 am to 11.08 pm the other way. A one way ticket costs 12 Euro’s [online rate 11 Euro's] and a return ticket will cost you 19 Euro’s [online rate 16 Euro's.] CAT website http://www.cityairporttrain.com/

Taxis To And From The Airport The price  to and from the Airport should cost a maximum of 30-35 Euro’s. Here are the numbers of some reliable firms who can pick you up and  drop you off at the Airport. Telephone numbers of good firms are : 60160, 40100, 31300.

 

Information On Public Transport in Vienna

Vienna has a highly efficient and modern Public Transportation system they have buses, trams , Trains and the S-Bahn and U-Bahn Underground networks.Fares & Tickets: All of Vienna’s transport services operate the VOR ticket system Any ticket bearing the VOR symbol can be used on every means of public transport. You can change routes without buying a new ticket. All of Vienna is zone 100. 

24 hour tickets for Trams, buses and  different types of trains cost 6.70 Euro’s. A 48 hour ticket is 11.70 Euro’s and a 72 hour ticket will set you back 14.50 Euro’s.

Vienna Public Transport Website http://www.wien.gv.at/english/

Tram Services In Vienna There are 27 tram lines in total. The trams only travel to local city destinations The Tram routes on average run every 5 – 10 minutes from about 5 am  till  12.30 and is a fairly relaxed way of travelling.  A single fare costs 2 Euro’s

Bus Services In Vienna Buses are not often used in Vienna due to the efficiency of other services but there are about 25 routes operating from about 5 am till 12.30am. The bus services are not ‘universal across Vienna and they tend to be more prevalent in areas not well served by tram or U-Bahn services. Single tickets are cheaper tickets than other forms of transport and cost about €1

Nightliners Night Bus Services In Vienna There are also a few bus lines which run every night of the week called ”Nightliner’s”. Regular bus tickets at 2 Euros are valid for these journey’s. The majority of buses terminate at Karntner Ring oper. Nightliner services run at intervals of every 15-30 minutes.

U-Bahn Metro Services In Vienna The U-Bahn has five lines and is the most popular way of navigating around Vienna. There are 5 Lines operate from around 5am till midnight. Services run  every 5 about every 2-7 minutes but about every 3 minutes during peak peak times 8-9.   A single ticket costs 2 Euro’s. U-Bahn Metro NIGHT Services In Vienna  On Friday’s and Saturday’s the entire U-Bahn network runs all night. 

S-Bahn Rail Services In Vienna  Most tourists overlook Vienna’s suburban Rail network options. The trains mostly serve the inner suburbs . There are three types of lines the S-Bahn, the Regional Bahn which travels a longer distance and makes fewer stops. The Regional Express mostly serve the outermost Suburban areas  and make a limited number of stops in the inner suburbs.

The network also cross borders of neighbouring countries .If you are going outside central Vienna you you may have to pay for extra zones Details are given on this website map http://homepage.univie.ac.at/horst.prillinger/metro/m/largemap-s.html

Additional Rail Service  Another rail travel option in some areas is a small rail network run by Wiener Lokalbahnen AG which serves the centre of Virnna and some suburbs. website http://www.wlb.at/

Bike Hire In Vienna  Cycling is seen as a travel option in the city but is mostly done for leisure and fitness purposes. You can reach most of Vienna’s major attractions on bike within half an hour. There are tow main companies offering bicycle rentals. Pedal Power offers guided bicycle tours as well as bike hire. CityBike has a short term bike sharing system. You can sign up to buy a bike with your credit card which costs 1 Euro or you can purchase a tourist card for 2 Euro’s per day. The first hour is free, the second costs 1 Euro and the Third costs 2 Euro’s etc  
 
Coach Services In Vienna The central coach point is Vienna  International Bus terminal [VIB].  There are coach services to London, Paris as well as  all different parts of Europe. You can easily take a coach to Vienna using a Euro lines coach at fair price. There is a free luggage allowance of two medium sized suitcases.  
 
Taxis Services In Vienna There are plentiful Taxi’s operating throughout Vienna and most companies have fixed prices but there is room for negotiation. Because fares to the airport and locations out of the city are not fixed you must be sure to negotiate a price with the driver before setting off. You can hail a car on the street or find one  at a Taxi stand.