Salzburg Airport can be used by aircraft of all sizes up to the B747-400. Improvements according to CAT II-III (intensification of centre-line lighting, improvement of approach lighting and installation of touchdown/zone lights) ensure maximum safety, even in bad weather conditions.
The airport (175 hectares of land) is named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and is located 1.7 NM (3.1 km; 2.0 mi) west-southwest from the centre of Salzburg and 2 km (1.2 mi) from the Austrian-German border, and is jointly owned by the City of Salzburg (25%) and The State of Salzburg (75%). Salzburg Airport is the second largest international airport in Austria. It serves Salzburg, the fourth-largest Austrian city, as well as a gateway to Austria's numerous extensive ski areas, including the Ski Amadé region, the largest network of linked ski resorts in Europe.
|Coordinates||47° 47' 40" North, 13° 00' 12" East|
|Motorway Access||to the A1, A8 and A10|
You can find our operating times under the link below.
No landing permit for the following types of aircraft during the entire operating period due to excess of 98 dB SEK at MP 4: B727, B732, B747SP, DC10, MD80 series, TU154M
AIS Austro Control GmbH, Salzburg
Phone +43 5 1703-6555
Fax +43 5 1703-6556
MET Austro Control GmbH, Salzburg
Phone: 0900 979 703-05 from Austria (charges apply)
Phone: 0900 179 1703-5 from Germany (charges apply)
Phone: +43 5 1703 40 88 from other countries
Phone: +43 5 1703 99 99 automatic weather forecast
Phone: 0900 548 700 50 individual, non-aviation weather information (charges apply)