Innsbruck Kranebitten is the main airport of the city, located just under 4 kilometers from the center. It is placed in a truly unique and particular context, in the heart of the Alps, surrounded by imposing mountains. This conformation often makes the landing phase difficult. The airport is the hub of Tyrolean Jet Services, Welcome Air and Austrian Arrows.
Innsbruck Airport has a single terminal, which is not particularly extensive. Inside you will find all essential services, including a supermarket. There are lifts and toilets for people with reduced mobility.
Photo ©, Stephan Mosel
Here is the list of direct connections* with Innsbruck Kranebitten airport:
BELGIUM: Antwerp, Brussels.
ENGLAND: Birmingham, Bristol, London–Gatwick, London–Heathrow, London–Luton, London–Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne.
NETHERLANDS: Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Rotterdam/The Hague
Innsbruck Airport is located just 6 kilometers from the city center. You can rent your car directly at the airport.
There are also around 2000 parking spaces, and a total of 5 parking areas, just a few minutes’ walk from the terminal.
The bus is the cheapest way to reach the city center. The bus line “F” connects the airport terminal with the Hauptbanhof central railway station in less than 20 minutes. The bus is active every day, including Sundays and holidays, from 05:30 to 22:30 approximately.
You can use the single journey ticket (Einzel Ticket) which costs 2.80€. It can be purchased at the airport and Central Station vending machines.
Right in front of the terminal, you will find the taxi rank. The price is quite high and depends on the number of travelers and luggage carried. In addition, of course, to the journey. On the official website of Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport, you will also find a handy list with the (approximate) fares of the various routes.
*The list is subject to change. All links, updated, are available on the official website.