Book a Private Jet to Innsbruck Airport
Innsbruck Airport is the third-largest airport in Austria after Vienna and Salzburg. Both commercial airlines and charter flights land and arrive at the airport. At a distance of less than five kilometres to the city centre, Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport is very centrally located and ideal for city breaks and business commitments. For tight deadlines and busy schedules, the short distance from the airport to the city makes life a lot easier. Whether for business or pleasure, charter a private jet to Innsbruck and make the most of this charming Austrian city.
Innsbruck Airport (INN): History
The first Innsbruck Airport was first built in 1925 in Reichenau, a district east of the city. In 1946, city authorities decided to build a new airport in the western part of the city, in the district of Höttinger Au near Kranebitten. The new airport – which is still in operation today – opened in 1948 under the name Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport.
In order to service an ever-growing volume of passengers, Innsbruck Airport has been expanded several times. A new tower, an entire terminal, a new arrival and departure hall, car park, and an airport restaurant are just a few of the many improvements Innsbruck Airport has undergone over the years. These improvements have added to an already excellent range of services available to both commercial airliner passengers and to those travelling on charter flights to and from Innsbruck.
Innsbruck Airport Location
Distances from Innsbruck Airport to:
- Innsbruck city centre: approx. 4 kilometres
- Ambras Castle: approx. 8 kilometres
- Nordpark: approx. 5 kilometres
Limousine transfers and chauffeur-driven cars are available to ensure that you can travel to the city without having to endure a long wait after your business flight to Innsbruck. Simply request this service whilst booking your flight to Innsbruck with JetApp. For those who would prefer to drive themselves, there are also exclusive car rentals available for private jet flyers.
VIP Service for Charter Flights from and to Innsbruck
Flying to or from Innsbruck on a private jet comes with certain exclusive benefits. Private jet passengers can book Innsbruck Airport exclusive VIP Service and Meet & Assist service. Charter flights to and from Innsbruck include the following services:
- Direct pick-up
- Porter service
- Assistance at the customs control & security
Private jet passengers also benefit from accelerated boarding opportunities, ensuring that waiting times are kept to an absolute minimum. Innsbruck Airport also boasts a private VIP lounge, equipped with a restaurant, café, and bar. Depending on your flight and destination, you may also be able to drive your own vehicle directly onto the tarmac.
Charter Flights from Innsbruck
Owing to its central European location, Innsbruck Airport is also an excellent starting point for onward travel. JetApp offers a range of short and long-distance flights from Innsbruck to a variety of destinations. Five of the most frequently flown-to destinations are listed below:
- Innsbruck ✈ Vienna (LOWW / VIE): approx. 1 hour
- Innsbruck ✈ Zurich (LSZH / ZRH): approx. 45 minutes
- Innsbruck ✈ Prague (LKPR / PRG): approx. 1 hour
- Innsbruck ✈ Salzburg (LOWS / SZG): approx. 40 minutes
- Innsbruck ✈ Moscow Vnukovo (UUWW / VKO): approx. 3 hours
For onward travel within Austria, a private jet from Innsbruck to Vienna takes about an hour. A flight from Innsbruck to Salzburg takes even less time, clocking in at 40 minutes from take-off to landing. A charter flight from Innsbruck to Zurich lasts only 45 minutes. Predictably, flights from Innsbruck to cities further afield take a little longer. For instance, the flight time from Innsbruck to Moscow is approximately 3 hours.
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Every year, on the 26th of October, Innsbruck Airport celebrates an "Open Day". This day has developed into a tradition at the airport and attracts numerous visitors each year - not least because it takes place on the Austrian National Holiday. If you’re planning to fly through Innsbruck Airport on or around the 26th of October, don’t be surprised to find plenty of visitors to the airport and a diverse entertainment programme. Of course, whatever the occasion or time of year, the VIP lounge offers plenty of peace and quiet should you need to prepare for a meeting or business commitment.
- Airport code: LOWI / INN
- Altitude: 581 m (1906 ft) above MSL
- Passengers per year: approx. 1,006,738 (2016)
- Aircraft types: all common aircraft and weight classes
- Runway operating hours: 6:30am until 11pm (with possible exceptions)
- Runways: 1 (2,000 m)
- Vienna Airport (Austria)
- Zurich Airport (Switzerland)
- Prague Airport (Czech Republic)
- Salzburg Airport (Austria)
- Moscow Vnukovo Airport (Russia)
- Milan Linate Airport (Italy)
- Palma de Mallorca Airport (Spain)
- Bolzano Airport (Italy)
- Nice Airport (France)
- Munich Airport (Germany)
- London Farnborough Airport (UK)
- Cologne Bonn Airport (Germany)
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- Linz Airport (Austria)
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