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 here.
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)