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Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse 95
5020 Salzburg / Austria
In order to ensure a thorough and general refurbishment of the 60-year-old runway, the airport will be closed for air traffic from April 24th until May 28th 2019. The self service restaurant on the 1st floor will be open from 07:30 am to 04:00 pm, except from May 2nd to May 5th.
All Flights from 29th May
Fly from Salzburg! Nonstop or via international hubs to your desired destination.
Tips for a relaxed holiday or business trip!
Visit the airport shops and travel agencies at Salzburg Airport.
Tourist information for Salzburg and surrounding countries.
Name-brand car rental companies can be found on the ground level of the parking garage!
Need a transfer from the airport to your holiday destination? Transfer services are available!
Enjoy the view of the airport apron, Hangar-7, the fortress & the mountain scenery.
Visit restaurants, cafés, a beer bar, a bakery and the Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport!
Free admission to the art exhibitions on the 1st floor of the terminal! Open daily.
Last Arrival before the closure of the airport
Daily flights from Salzburg to Palma de Mallorca
Austrian Airlines has been an essential Partner for more than 60 years
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