Flights to Vienna
Flying to Vienna would be the fastest way to reach there, obviously. Direct flights to Vienna are currently provided by 65 airlines. Most frequent airline is Austria’s national carrier, Austrian Airlines. Other airlines, countries and cities having direct connection to Vienna are listed below.
The peak season for flights to Vienna is July, August and December, which will make tickets more expensive both to and from Vienna. The low season for purchasing tickets is January, February and March.
Vienna has one airport, Vienna (Schwechat) Airport (VIE), and this is one of the busiest from total of six airports in Austria.
Direct flights to Vienna
Airlines flying to Vienna directly
Here is the list of top airlines flying to Vienna directly:
… and many more.
Countries with direct flights to Vienna
These are countries with most direct flights to Vienna (from various cities). The list is, of course, much longer.
Cities with direct flights to Vienna
These are top cities that have regular, direct flights to Vienna airport. There are many more cities with direct flights.
Flight calendar to Vienna
Here is a simple flight calendar to help you determine the best times to fly to Vienna:
Vienna nearby Airports
Apart from Vienna airport, Austria has five other airports to offer for arrivals: Salzburg (W.A. Mozart) Airport (SZG), Innsbruck (Kranebitten) Airport (INN), Graz Airport (GRZ), Linz (Blue Danube) Airport (LNZ) and Klagenfurt (Kärnten) Airport (KLU). Please note that these aiports might be more suitable when visiting other parts of Austria, i.e. if you are going for a ski holiday or similar.
Other airports that might be considered nearby (by flight standards) with distances from Vienna are:
- Bratislava, Bratislava Airport (BTS) – 62 km to Vienna
- Brno, Turany Airport (BRQ) – 107 km
- Pardubice, Pardubice Airport (PED) – 206 km
- Ostrava, Mosnov Airport (OSR) -209 km
- Prague, Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) – 261 km
- Ljubljana, Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport (LJU) – 263 km
- Zagreb, Zagreb International Airport (ZAG) – 276 km
The list above might be useful if you are planning of visiting nearby countries and then arriving in Vienna by other means, bus, train or a car.
Flights to Vienna obviously shouldn’t be a problem. There are plenty of direct flights to Vienna from almost every corner of the world. Flights from within Europe are the cheapest and more frequent. Vienna is also one of the hubs to explore Europe and rest of the world as well.