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[[tr:Viyana Uluslararası Havalimanı]]
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[[zh:維也納國際機場]]
 
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{{Infobox Airport
| name = Vienna International Airport
| nativename = {{lang|de|Flughafen Wien-Schwechat}}
| image = Vienna_International_Airport_Logo.svg
| image-width = 200
| image2 = Flughafenschwechat.jpg
| image2-width = 200
| IATA = VIE
| ICAO = LOWW
<center>{{Location map|Austria|width=200|float=center
|caption=|mark=Airplane_silhouette.svg|marksize=10
|label=VIE|position=left
|lat_deg=48|lat_min=06|lat_sec=37|lat_dir=N
|lon_deg=16|lon_min=34|lon_sec=11|lon_dir=E
}}<small>Location of airport in Austria</small></center>
| type = Private
| owner =
| operator = Flughafen Wien AG
| city-served = [[Vienna]], [[Austria]] ; [[Bratislava]], [[Slovakia]]
| location = [[Schwechat]], [[Austria]]
| hub = [[Austrian Airlines]]<br>[[Niki (airline)|Niki]]
| elevation-f = 600
| elevation-m = 183
| coordinates = {{coord|48|06|37|N|016|34|11|E|type:airport_region:AT}}
| website = [http://www.viennaairport.com/ www.viennaairport.com]
| metric-elev = Y
| metric-rwy = y
| r1-number = 11/29
| r1-length-f = 11,483
| r1-length-m = 3,500
| r1-surface = Asphalt
| r2-number = 16/34
| r2-length-f = 11,811
| r2-length-m = 3,600
| r2-surface = Asphalt
| footnotes = Source: Austrian [[Aeronautical Information Publication|AIP]] at [[European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation|EUROCONTROL]]<ref name="AIP">[http://www.ead.eurocontrol.int/publicuser/protect/pu/main.jsp EAD Basic]</ref>
}}
 
'''Vienna International Airport''' {{Airport codes|VIE|LOWW}} ({{lang-de|Flughafen Wien}}), located in [[Schwechat]] and {{convert|18|km|mi|0}} southeast of central [[Vienna]], is the busiest and biggest [[airport]] in [[Austria]]. It is often referred to as [[Schwechat]], the name of the county it is in. The airport is capable of handling [[wide-body aircraft]] such as the [[Boeing 747]] and [[Airbus A340]]. The airport is the hub of [[Austrian Airlines]] and its subsidiaries, as well as budget airline [[Niki (airline)|Niki]].
 
During 2009, the airport handled a total of 18,114,103 passengers, representing a 8.3% decrease compared to 2008.<ref>[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&content-id=1263859254029&reserve-mode=active Vienna Airport Passenger Statistics 2009]</ref> In 2010, the airport handled 19,691,206 passengers, an 8.7% increase over 2009.<ref>[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1249344074280&news_beitrag_id=1295396460676 Vienna Airport Passenger Statistics 2010]</ref>
 
==History==
[[File:Flughafen Wien AG.JPG|thumb|left|Flughafen Wien AG manages the airport]]
Originally built as a military airport in 1938, it was taken over by the [[United Kingdom|British]] in 1945. In 1954, the ''Betriebsgesellschaft'' was founded, and the airport replaced [[Aspern]] as Vienna's (and Austria's) principal aerodrome. There was just one [[runway]], which in 1959 was expanded to measure {{convert|3000|m|ft|0}}. The erection of the new airport building starting in 1960. In 1972 another runway was built. In 1982 the airport was connected to the national motorway network ([[Ostautobahn]]).
The airport received Olympic teams as Austria has twice hosted the [[Winter Olympics]]. [[Pope John Paul II]] also used the airport during his visits to Austria. On December 27, 1985, the [[El Al]] ticket counter was attacked by [[Palestinian terrorism|Palestinians terrorists]]. (See ''[[Rome and Vienna Airport Attacks]]''.) In 1986, the enlarged arrivals hall was opened and in 1988, Pier East with 8 jetbridges.
In 1992, the new terminal 1 was opened and a year later the PLAZA Shopping mall in the transit area. In 1996, Pier West was opened with 12 jetbridges. The airport formerly featured a [[Harrods]], but it closed in 2003.
 
== Terminals ==
[[File:VIE-Dritte Piste.svg|thumb|300px|left|Map of Vienna International Airport]]
Presently, Vienna International Airport has three terminals: The main terminals 1 and 2 and a provisional terminal 1A, built to offer more space for [[low-cost carrier]]s. In addition to this terminals Vienna has also a unique VIP Terminal. In 2004, the airport started building a new terminal, SKYLINK, which will make the airport more capable of dealing with higher passenger volumes (2010: 19.7 million). This new terminal will also make the airport capable of handling more bigger aircrafts, even the [[Airbus A380]].
All Terminals are operated by Fraport, Vienna Airport Handling, Swissport and Austrian Airlines. After completion of SKYLINK, Austrian Airlines and its partners will move to the new Terminal.
 
== Concourses ==
'''Hall D (formerly Hall A) ("Pier East"):'''
Gates D21–D29 (only Jetbridges), D31–D37 (only Buses), D61–D70 (only Buses)
International Flights<br />''(Transit-Zone; Passport-control at entrance/exit of the hall; Gates with Jetbridges and Busgates)''
 
'''Hall B:'''
B22–B43
Europe (Schengen) Flights<br />''(Busgates)''
 
'''Hall C ("Pier West"):'''
C31–C42 (only Jetbridges; Gates C35–C41 Transfer Gates), C71–C75 (only Buses)
Europe (Schengen) Flights, partial international flights<br />''(Gates with Jetbridges; Several gates are used for Europe (Schengen) flights and also for international flights; for international flights: Gates are called Transfergates; Passport control at the respective gates; passengers from international-to-international flights are going at arrival at one of the C-Gates, in front of the immigration-passport-control, to the transitzone to ground-floor, where they have access to other International Flights from the C-Gates and a shuttlebus-connection to the international hall D; Passengers arriving at the international hall D with an international connection-flight from one of the C-Gates use also the shuttlebus) New Busgates C71 to C75 opened on 2 April 2008, access via Gate C31, only Schengen-Operations''
[[File:Vienna International Airport.JPG|thumb|left|Exterior of the airport]]
 
== Public transportation ==
The [[Vienna S-Bahn]] {{Public transport Vienna|S7}} (Stopping at all stations from [[Floridsdorf]] Station until Rennweg Station, and usually all intermediate stops on the airport branch ) line stops at the airport. The more expensive {{Public transport Vienna|CAT}} ([[City Airport Train]]) connects the airport directly to the ''Wien Mitte'' station close to the city center, where S-Bahn trains also stop but take a slightly longer time because of 7 intermediate stops. There are also many buses from the airport to various places in Vienna and to other cities; however, the S-Bahn line is the only means of transport from Vienna to the airport on which the standard integrated tickets for the Vienna region are valid (as a result, they also allow further travelling by underground, bus or tram, which the CAT tickets don't).
 
After the construction of [[Wien Hauptbahnhof|Main Railway Station]], a line called "S70" is scheduled to be opened which will connect the airport to that railway station, so that the frequency of S-Bahn trains becomes higher than the current 30 minutes. There are no plans to extend any [[Vienna U-Bahn|underground]] line to the airport although it has sometimes been proposed to extend line U3 (currently terminating at [[Simmering (Vienna)|Simmering]]) there; this would be the first underground line extending beyond Vienna's city limits.
 
==Masterplan 2015==
[[File:Viennaairportcity.jpg|thumb|Vienna Airport enlargement plan]]
Because of its constant growth in passenger numbers and freight, Vienna International Airport has decided to enlarge [[Austria]]'s biggest airport with several new and respectively adapted buildings.
 
* New [[Tower]]: A new [[Tower]] was built. With its {{convert|109|m|ft}} of height, it allows a free overlook of the entire airport area and it offers another spectacular sight: a night laser show, which should welcome the passengers even from the aircraft.
 
* New Terminal: Due to constant passenger and freight growth, Vienna International Airport has planned to build another [[Airport terminal|Terminal]], SKYLINK, which should be able to compensate higher passenger rates. Construction started in 2004 and will last until 2012. Construction had been suspended recently due to projected cost increases, but has since resumed. Operations in the new terminal are planned to start during the first half of 2012. The total cost of the project is now 830 million EUR.<ref name="Newterminal">[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1249344074280&news_beitrag_id=1268179255548 Flughafen Wien AG: construction on VIE-Skylink resumed as planned ]</ref>
 
* Third [[Runway]]: Due to higher aviation rates, the construction of a third runway is considered.
 
* Railway station: The underground railway station will be enlarged and a connection to [[Bratislava]] will be constructed. Additionally the {{Public transport Vienna|CAT}} ([[City Airport Train]]), which connects the centre of [[Vienna]] with the airport in just 16 minutes, will receive a new underground railway station.
 
Following concerns over the mismanagement of the VIE-Skylink project, chief executive Herbert Kaufman agreed to resign at the end of December 2010.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/12/16/351034/vienna-airport-chief-to-resign.html|accessdate=2010-12-19|title=Airline Industry and Aviation Safety News from Flightglobal}}</ref>
 
==Airlines and destinations==
===Passenger airlines===
[[Image:CtrlTwrVIA.JPG|right|thumb|The designed 109-metre tall [[control tower]] presents a unique laser show after dark]]
[[Image:VieAir.jpg|right|thumb|Exterior view of Hall D for international flights]]
[[Image:VIEcheck.JPG|right|thumb|Terminal 1 at the airport]]
[[Image:ScheTermVIA.JPG|right|thumb|Gates of Hall C, serving mostly Schengen countries]]
[[Image:Vienna terminal 1.jpg|right|thumb|Interior of Terminal 1]]
[[File:Vienna - Schwechat airport - shops.jpg|right|thumb|Shopping lane in departures area]]
[[Image:VIElugg.JPG|right|thumb|Luggage reclaim hall]]
 
Vienna is served by the following scheduled airlines:
{{Airport-dest-list
|[[Adria Airways]] | Frankfurt, Ljubljana
|[[Aegean Airlines]] | Athens [resumes 12 September]
|[[Aer Lingus]] | Dublin
|[[Aeroflot]] | Moscow-Sheremetyevo
|[[Air Berlin]] | Berlin-Tegel, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Münster/Osnabrück, Nuremberg
|[[Air Dolomiti]] | Verona
|[[Air France]] | Paris-Charles de Gaulle
|[[Air Malta]] | Malta
|[[Air Moldova]] | Chiṣinău
|[[Air Transat]] | '''Seasonal''': Montréal-Trudeau, Toronto-Pearson
|[[Air Vallee]] | Rimini
|[[AirBaltic]] | Riga
|[[Alitalia]] <br> operated by [[Air One]] |Rome-Fiumicino
|[[Arkia Israel Airlines]] | '''Seasonal Charter:''' Tel Aviv
|[[Austrian Airlines]] | Amman, Amsterdam, Arbil, Astana, Athens, Baghdad, Baku, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Barcelona, Beijing-Capital, Belgrade, Berlin-Tegel, Brussels, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Cairo, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Damascus, Delhi, Dnepropetrovsk, Dubai, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Funchal, Hamburg, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kiev-Boryspil, Larnaca, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, London-Heathrow, Moscow-Domodedovo, Mumbai, Munich, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Pristina, Rome-Fiumicino, Sarajevo, Sofia, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tenerife-South, Tokyo-Narita, Toronto-Pearson, Tripoli [resumes 1 September], Washington-Dulles, Yerevan, Zagreb, Zürich <br> '''Seasonal''': Dubrovnik, Faro, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Naples, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Split, Thessaloniki
|Austrian operated by [[Lauda Air]] <ref>https://www.laudaair.com/book/StartHtml.aspx?a=3&fplan=y&L=0&lang=DE Lauda Air timetable (retrieved 2009-08-31)</ref> | Antalya, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Luxor, Sharm el-Sheikh, Tenerife-South <br> '''Seasonal''': Bodrum, Catania, Chania, Corfu, Dalaman, Faro, Funchal, Heraklion, Karpathos, Kavala, Kos, Lesbos, Malaga, Mykonos, Naples, Preveza, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos,Thessaloniki, Zakynthos
|Austrian operated by [[Tyrolean Airways]] | Altenrhein, Amsterdam, Basel/Mulhouse, Belgrade, Berlin-Tegel, Bologna, Brussels, Budapest, Chişinău, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Düsseldorf, Florence, Frankfurt, Geneva, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Graz, Helsinki, Iaşi, Innsbruck, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kharkov, Kiev-Boryspil, Klagenfurt, Košice, Kraków, Krasnodar, Leipzig/Halle, Linz, Lviv, Lyon, Milan-Linate, Minsk, Munich, Nice, Oslo-Gardermoen, Podgorica, Prague, Reus, Salzburg, Sibiu, Skopje, Sochi, Sofia, St Petersburg, Stockholm-Arlanda, Stuttgart, Timişoara, Tirana, Varna, Venice-Marco Polo, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zagreb <br> '''Seasonal''': Athens, Barcelona, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Hamburg, Milan-Malpensa, Pristina, Rostov-on-Don, Sarajevo, Thessaloniki, Zürich
|[[bmi (airline)|BMI]] | London-Heathrow
|[[British Airways]] | London-Heathrow
|[[Brussels Airlines]] | Brussels
|[[Bulgaria Air]] | Sofia
|[[Central Connect Airlines]] | Ostrava
|[[China Airlines]] | Taipei-Taoyuan
|[[Cirrus Airlines]] | Dresden
|[[Condor Flugdienst|Condor]] | Punta Cana [begins 2 November]
|[[Croatia Airlines]] | Zagreb <br>'''Seasonal''': Dubrovnik, Split
|[[EasyJet]] | London-Gatwick
|[[Emirates (airline)|Emirates]] | Dubai
|[[EgyptAir]] | Cairo
|[[El Al]] | Tel Aviv
|[[EVA Air]] | Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Taipei-Taoyuan
|[[Finnair]] | Helsinki
|[[Georgian Airways]] | Tbilisi
|[[Germanwings]] | Cologne/Bonn, Hanover, Stuttgart
|[[Iberia Airlines|Iberia]] | Madrid
|[[InterSky]] | Friedrichshafen
|[[Iran Air]] | Tehran-Imam Khomeini
|[[Jat Airways]] | Belgrade
|[[KLM]] | Amsterdam
|KLM operated by [[KLM Cityhopper]] | Amsterdam
|[[Korean Air]] | Seoul-Incheon, Zurich
|[[LOT Polish Airlines]] | Warsaw
|LOT operated by [[EuroLOT]] | Kraków
|[[Lufthansa]] | Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg
|[[Lufthansa Regional]] <br> operated by [[Eurowings]]| Düsseldorf
|Lufthansa Regional <br>operated by [[Lufthansa CityLine]]| Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich
|[[Luxair]] | Luxembourg
|[[Montenegro Airlines]] | Podgorica
|[[Niki (airline)|Niki]] | Barcelona, Belgrade, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Madrid [ends 31 July], Malaga, Marsa Alam, Milan-Malpensa, Moscow-Domodedovo, Munich, Nice, Palma de Mallorca, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Pristina, Rome-Fiumicino, Sharm el-Sheikh, Sofia, Stockholm-Arlanda, Tenerife-South, Valencia, Zürich <br> '''Seasonal''': Antalya, Cagliari, Corfu, Edinburgh, Funchal, Heraklion, Ibiza, Jerez de la Frontera, Kos, Luxor, Olbia, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Rhodes, Samos, Shannon, Zakynthos
|[[Norwegian Air Shuttle]] | Oslo-Gardermoen
|[[Pegasus Airlines]] | Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen, Samsun
|Pegasus operated by [[IZair]]|Izmir
|[[People's Viennaline]] | St.Gallen-Altenrhein
|[[Qatar Airways]] | Doha
|[[Rossiya (airline)|Rossiya]] | St Petersburg
|[[Royal Jordanian]] | Amman-Queen Alia
|[[Sky Work Airlines]] | Berne [begins 5 September]
|[[SunExpress]] | Antalya, İzmir, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen
|[[Syrian Air]] | Berlin-Schönefeld, Damascus
|[[Swiss International Air Lines]] | Zürich
|[[TAP Portugal]] | Lisbon
|[[TAROM]] | Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Cluj-Napoca
|[[Transaero Airlines]] | Moscow-Domodedovo
|[[transavia.com]] | Rotterdam
|[[Tunisair]] | Tunis
|[[Turkish Airlines]] | Istanbul-Atatürk
|Turkish Airlines <br> operated by [[Anadolujet]] | Ankara
|[[Ukraine International]] | Kiev-Boryspil, Odessa
|[[Vueling Airlines]] | Barcelona
}}
 
Additionally, several airlines operate charter flights out of the airport, including [[Air VIA]], [[Arkia Israel Airlines]], [[Bulgarian Air Charter]], [[Freebird Airlines]], [[Sky Airlines]] and [[SunExpress]].
 
===Cargo airlines===
{{Airport-dest-list
|[[Air China Cargo]]|Beijing-Capital, Milan-Malpensa, Shanghai-Pudong
|[[Asiana Cargo]]|Frankfurt, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Seoul-Incheon, Moscow-Domodedovo
|[[China Southern Airlines]]|Amsterdam, Shanghai-Pudong
|[[DHL Aviation]] operated by [[European Air Transport]]|Brussels
|[[Farnair Hungary]]|Timişoara
|[[FedEx Express]]|Budapest, Paris-Charles de Gaulle
|[[Jade Cargo International]]|Amsterdam, Chengdu, Frankfurt, Dubai, Shanghai-Pudong, Seoul-Incheon, Tianjin
|[[Korean Air Cargo]]|Brussels, Copenhagen, Seoul-Incheon, Milan-Malpensa, Basel, Navoi, Tel Aviv, Oslo
|[[TNT Airways]]|Liege
|[[UPS Airlines]]| Budapest, Cologne/Bonn
}}
 
==References==
{{Reflist}}
 
== External links ==
{{Portal box|Vienna|Companies|Aviation}}
{{commonscat-inline|Vienna International Airport}}
* [http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active/ Vienna International Airport], official site
* {{NWS-current|LOWW}}
* {{ASN|VIE}}
 
{{Airports in Austria}}
 
[[Category:Airports in Austria]]
[[Category:Wien-Umgebung District]]
[[Category:Schwechat]]
[[Category:Transport in Vienna]]
 
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{{Redirect|VIE}}
{{Infobox Airport
| name = Vienna International Airport
| nativename = {{lang|de|Flughafen Wien-Schwechat}}
| image = Vienna_International_Airport_Logo.svg
| image-width = 200
| image2 = Flughafenschwechat.jpg
| image2-width = 200
| IATA = VIE
| ICAO = LOWW
<center>{{Location map|Austria|width=200|float=center
|caption=|mark=Airplane_silhouette.svg|marksize=10
|label=VIE|position=left
|lat_deg=48|lat_min=06|lat_sec=37|lat_dir=N
|lon_deg=16|lon_min=34|lon_sec=11|lon_dir=E
}}<small>Location of airport in Austria</small></center>
| type = Private
| owner =
| operator = Flughafen Wien AG
| city-served = [[Vienna]], [[Austria]] ; [[Bratislava]], [[Slovakia]]
| location = [[Schwechat]], [[Austria]]
| hub = [[Austrian Airlines]]<br>[[Niki (airline)|Niki]]
| elevation-f = 600
| elevation-m = 183
| coordinates = {{coord|48|06|37|N|016|34|11|E|type:airport_region:AT}}
| website = [http://www.viennaairport.com/ www.viennaairport.com]
| metric-elev = Y
| metric-rwy = y
| r1-number = 11/29
| r1-length-f = 11,483
| r1-length-m = 3,500
| r1-surface = Asphalt
| r2-number = 16/34
| r2-length-f = 11,811
| r2-length-m = 3,600
| r2-surface = Asphalt
| footnotes = Source: Austrian [[Aeronautical Information Publication|AIP]] at [[European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation|EUROCONTROL]]<ref name="AIP">[http://www.ead.eurocontrol.int/publicuser/protect/pu/main.jsp EAD Basic]</ref>
}}
 
'''Vienna International Airport''' {{Airport codes|VIE|LOWW}} ({{lang-de|Flughafen Wien}}), located in [[Schwechat]] and {{convert|18|km|mi|0}} southeast of central [[Vienna]], is the busiest and biggest [[airport]] in [[Austria]]. It is often referred to as [[Schwechat]], the name of the county it is in. The airport is capable of handling [[wide-body aircraft]] such as the [[Boeing 747]] and [[Airbus A340]]. The airport is the hub of [[Austrian Airlines]] and its subsidiaries, as well as budget airline [[Niki (airline)|Niki]].
 
During 2009, the airport handled a total of 18,114,103 passengers, representing a 8.3% decrease compared to 2008.<ref>[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&content-id=1263859254029&reserve-mode=active Vienna Airport Passenger Statistics 2009]</ref> In 2010, the airport handled 19,691,206 passengers, an 8.7% increase over 2009.<ref>[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1249344074280&news_beitrag_id=1295396460676 Vienna Airport Passenger Statistics 2010]</ref>
 
==History==
[[File:Flughafen Wien AG.JPG|thumb|left|Flughafen Wien AG manages the airport]]
Originally built as a military airport in 1938, it was taken over by the [[United Kingdom|British]] in 1945. In 1954, the ''Betriebsgesellschaft'' was founded, and the airport replaced [[Aspern]] as Vienna's (and Austria's) principal aerodrome. There was just one [[runway]], which in 1959 was expanded to measure {{convert|3000|m|ft|0}}. The erection of the new airport building starting in 1960. In 1972 another runway was built. In 1982 the airport was connected to the national motorway network ([[Ostautobahn]]).
The airport received Olympic teams as Austria has twice hosted the [[Winter Olympics]]. [[Pope John Paul II]] also used the airport during his visits to Austria. On December 27, 1985, the [[El Al]] ticket counter was attacked by [[Palestinian terrorism|Palestinians terrorists]]. (See ''[[Rome and Vienna Airport Attacks]]''.) In 1986, the enlarged arrivals hall was opened and in 1988, Pier East with 8 jetbridges.
In 1992, the new terminal 1 was opened and a year later the PLAZA Shopping mall in the transit area. In 1996, Pier West was opened with 12 jetbridges. The airport formerly featured a [[Harrods]], but it closed in 2003.
 
== Terminals ==
[[File:VIE-Dritte Piste.svg|thumb|300px|left|Map of Vienna International Airport]]
Presently, Vienna International Airport has three terminals: The main terminals 1 and 2 and a provisional terminal 1A, built to offer more space for [[low-cost carrier]]s. In addition to this terminals Vienna has also a unique VIP Terminal. In 2004, the airport started building a new terminal, SKYLINK, which will make the airport more capable of dealing with higher passenger volumes (2010: 19.7 million). This new terminal will also make the airport capable of handling more bigger aircrafts, even the [[Airbus A380]].
All Terminals are operated by Fraport, Vienna Airport Handling, Swissport and Austrian Airlines. After completion of SKYLINK, Austrian Airlines and its partners will move to the new Terminal.
 
== Concourses ==
'''Hall D (formerly Hall A) ("Pier East"):'''
Gates D21–D29 (only Jetbridges), D31–D37 (only Buses), D61–D70 (only Buses)
International Flights<br />''(Transit-Zone; Passport-control at entrance/exit of the hall; Gates with Jetbridges and Busgates)''
 
'''Hall B:'''
B22–B43
Europe (Schengen) Flights<br />''(Busgates)''
 
'''Hall C ("Pier West"):'''
C31–C42 (only Jetbridges; Gates C35–C41 Transfer Gates), C71–C75 (only Buses)
Europe (Schengen) Flights, partial international flights<br />''(Gates with Jetbridges; Several gates are used for Europe (Schengen) flights and also for international flights; for international flights: Gates are called Transfergates; Passport control at the respective gates; passengers from international-to-international flights are going at arrival at one of the C-Gates, in front of the immigration-passport-control, to the transitzone to ground-floor, where they have access to other International Flights from the C-Gates and a shuttlebus-connection to the international hall D; Passengers arriving at the international hall D with an international connection-flight from one of the C-Gates use also the shuttlebus) New Busgates C71 to C75 opened on 2 April 2008, access via Gate C31, only Schengen-Operations''
[[File:Vienna International Airport.JPG|thumb|left|Exterior of the airport]]
 
== Public transportation ==
The [[Vienna S-Bahn]] {{Public transport Vienna|S7}} (Stopping at all stations from [[Floridsdorf]] Station until Rennweg Station, and usually all intermediate stops on the airport branch ) line stops at the airport. The more expensive {{Public transport Vienna|CAT}} ([[City Airport Train]]) connects the airport directly to the ''Wien Mitte'' station close to the city center, where S-Bahn trains also stop but take a slightly longer time because of 7 intermediate stops. There are also many buses from the airport to various places in Vienna and to other cities; however, the S-Bahn line is the only means of transport from Vienna to the airport on which the standard integrated tickets for the Vienna region are valid (as a result, they also allow further travelling by underground, bus or tram, which the CAT tickets don't).
 
After the construction of [[Wien Hauptbahnhof|Main Railway Station]], a line called "S70" is scheduled to be opened which will connect the airport to that railway station, so that the frequency of S-Bahn trains becomes higher than the current 30 minutes. There are no plans to extend any [[Vienna U-Bahn|underground]] line to the airport although it has sometimes been proposed to extend line U3 (currently terminating at [[Simmering (Vienna)|Simmering]]) there; this would be the first underground line extending beyond Vienna's city limits.
 
==Masterplan 2015==
[[File:Viennaairportcity.jpg|thumb|Vienna Airport enlargement plan]]
Because of its constant growth in passenger numbers and freight, Vienna International Airport has decided to enlarge [[Austria]]'s biggest airport with several new and respectively adapted buildings.
 
* New [[Tower]]: A new [[Tower]] was built. With its {{convert|109|m|ft}} of height, it allows a free overlook of the entire airport area and it offers another spectacular sight: a night laser show, which should welcome the passengers even from the aircraft.
 
* New Terminal: Due to constant passenger and freight growth, Vienna International Airport has planned to build another [[Airport terminal|Terminal]], SKYLINK, which should be able to compensate higher passenger rates. Construction started in 2004 and will last until 2012. Construction had been suspended recently due to projected cost increases, but has since resumed. Operations in the new terminal are planned to start during the first half of 2012. The total cost of the project is now 830 million EUR.<ref name="Newterminal">[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1249344074280&news_beitrag_id=1268179255548 Flughafen Wien AG: construction on VIE-Skylink resumed as planned ]</ref>
 
* Third [[Runway]]: Due to higher aviation rates, the construction of a third runway is considered.
 
* Railway station: The underground railway station will be enlarged and a connection to [[Bratislava]] will be constructed. Additionally the {{Public transport Vienna|CAT}} ([[City Airport Train]]), which connects the centre of [[Vienna]] with the airport in just 16 minutes, will receive a new underground railway station.
 
Following concerns over the mismanagement of the VIE-Skylink project, chief executive Herbert Kaufman agreed to resign at the end of December 2010.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/12/16/351034/vienna-airport-chief-to-resign.html|accessdate=2010-12-19|title=Airline Industry and Aviation Safety News from Flightglobal}}</ref>
 
==Airlines and destinations==
===Passenger airlines===
[[Image:CtrlTwrVIA.JPG|right|thumb|The designed 109-metre tall [[control tower]] presents a unique laser show after dark]]
[[Image:VieAir.jpg|right|thumb|Exterior view of Hall D for international flights]]
[[Image:VIEcheck.JPG|right|thumb|Terminal 1 at the airport]]
[[Image:ScheTermVIA.JPG|right|thumb|Gates of Hall C, serving mostly Schengen countries]]
[[Image:Vienna terminal 1.jpg|right|thumb|Interior of Terminal 1]]
[[File:Vienna - Schwechat airport - shops.jpg|right|thumb|Shopping lane in departures area]]
[[Image:VIElugg.JPG|right|thumb|Luggage reclaim hall]]
 
Vienna is served by the following scheduled airlines:
{{Airport-dest-list
|[[Adria Airways]] | Frankfurt, Ljubljana
|[[Aegean Airlines]] | Athens [resumes 12 September]
|[[Aer Lingus]] | Dublin
|[[Aeroflot]] | Moscow-Sheremetyevo
|[[Air Berlin]] | Berlin-Tegel, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Münster/Osnabrück, Nuremberg
|[[Air Dolomiti]] | Verona
|[[Air France]] | Paris-Charles de Gaulle
|[[Air Malta]] | Malta
|[[Air Moldova]] | Chiṣinău
|[[Air Transat]] | '''Seasonal''': Montréal-Trudeau, Toronto-Pearson
|[[Air Vallee]] | Rimini
|[[AirBaltic]] | Riga
|[[Alitalia]] <br> operated by [[Air One]] |Rome-Fiumicino
|[[Arkia Israel Airlines]] | '''Seasonal Charter:''' Tel Aviv
|[[Austrian Airlines]] | Amman, Amsterdam, Arbil, Astana, Athens, Baghdad, Baku, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Barcelona, Beijing-Capital, Belgrade, Berlin-Tegel, Brussels, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Cairo, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Damascus, Delhi, Dnepropetrovsk, Dubai, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Funchal, Hamburg, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kiev-Boryspil, Larnaca, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, London-Heathrow, Moscow-Domodedovo, Mumbai, Munich, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Pristina, Rome-Fiumicino, Sarajevo, Sofia, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tenerife-South, Tokyo-Narita, Toronto-Pearson, Tripoli [resumes 1 September], Washington-Dulles, Yerevan, Zagreb, Zürich <br> '''Seasonal''': Dubrovnik, Faro, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Naples, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Split, Thessaloniki
|Austrian operated by [[Lauda Air]] <ref>https://www.laudaair.com/book/StartHtml.aspx?a=3&fplan=y&L=0&lang=DE Lauda Air timetable (retrieved 2009-08-31)</ref> | Antalya, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Luxor, Sharm el-Sheikh, Tenerife-South <br> '''Seasonal''': Bodrum, Catania, Chania, Corfu, Dalaman, Faro, Funchal, Heraklion, Karpathos, Kavala, Kos, Lesbos, Malaga, Mykonos, Naples, Preveza, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos,Thessaloniki, Zakynthos
|Austrian operated by [[Tyrolean Airways]] | Altenrhein, Amsterdam, Basel/Mulhouse, Belgrade, Berlin-Tegel, Bologna, Brussels, Budapest, Chişinău, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Düsseldorf, Florence, Frankfurt, Geneva, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Graz, Helsinki, Iaşi, Innsbruck, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kharkov, Kiev-Boryspil, Klagenfurt, Košice, Kraków, Krasnodar, Leipzig/Halle, Linz, Lviv, Lyon, Milan-Linate, Minsk, Munich, Nice, Oslo-Gardermoen, Podgorica, Prague, Reus, Salzburg, Sibiu, Skopje, Sochi, Sofia, St Petersburg, Stockholm-Arlanda, Stuttgart, Timişoara, Tirana, Varna, Venice-Marco Polo, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zagreb <br> '''Seasonal''': Athens, Barcelona, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Hamburg, Milan-Malpensa, Pristina, Rostov-on-Don, Sarajevo, Thessaloniki, Zürich
|[[bmi (airline)|BMI]] | London-Heathrow
|[[British Airways]] | London-Heathrow
|[[Brussels Airlines]] | Brussels
|[[Bulgaria Air]] | Sofia
|[[Central Connect Airlines]] | Ostrava
|[[China Airlines]] | Taipei-Taoyuan
|[[Cirrus Airlines]] | Dresden
|[[Condor Flugdienst|Condor]] | Punta Cana [begins 2 November]
|[[Croatia Airlines]] | Zagreb <br>'''Seasonal''': Dubrovnik, Split
|[[EasyJet]] | London-Gatwick
|[[Emirates (airline)|Emirates]] | Dubai
|[[EgyptAir]] | Cairo
|[[El Al]] | Tel Aviv
|[[EVA Air]] | Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Taipei-Taoyuan
|[[Finnair]] | Helsinki
|[[Georgian Airways]] | Tbilisi
|[[Germanwings]] | Cologne/Bonn, Hanover, Stuttgart
|[[Iberia Airlines|Iberia]] | Madrid
|[[InterSky]] | Friedrichshafen
|[[Iran Air]] | Tehran-Imam Khomeini
|[[Jat Airways]] | Belgrade
|[[KLM]] | Amsterdam
|KLM operated by [[KLM Cityhopper]] | Amsterdam
|[[Korean Air]] | Seoul-Incheon, Zurich
|[[LOT Polish Airlines]] | Warsaw
|LOT operated by [[EuroLOT]] | Kraków
|[[Lufthansa]] | Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg
|[[Lufthansa Regional]] <br> operated by [[Eurowings]]| Düsseldorf
|Lufthansa Regional <br>operated by [[Lufthansa CityLine]]| Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich
|[[Luxair]] | Luxembourg
|[[Montenegro Airlines]] | Podgorica
|[[Niki (airline)|Niki]] | Barcelona, Belgrade, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Madrid [ends 31 July], Malaga, Marsa Alam, Milan-Malpensa, Moscow-Domodedovo, Munich, Nice, Palma de Mallorca, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Pristina, Rome-Fiumicino, Sharm el-Sheikh, Sofia, Stockholm-Arlanda, Tenerife-South, Valencia, Zürich <br> '''Seasonal''': Antalya, Cagliari, Corfu, Edinburgh, Funchal, Heraklion, Ibiza, Jerez de la Frontera, Kos, Luxor, Olbia, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Rhodes, Samos, Shannon, Zakynthos
|[[Norwegian Air Shuttle]] | Oslo-Gardermoen
|[[Pegasus Airlines]] | Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen, Samsun
|Pegasus operated by [[IZair]]|Izmir
|[[People's Viennaline]] | St.Gallen-Altenrhein
|[[Qatar Airways]] | Doha
|[[Rossiya (airline)|Rossiya]] | St Petersburg
|[[Royal Jordanian]] | Amman-Queen Alia
|[[Sky Work Airlines]] | Berne [begins 5 September]
|[[SunExpress]] | Antalya, İzmir, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen
|[[Syrian Air]] | Berlin-Schönefeld, Damascus
|[[Swiss International Air Lines]] | Zürich
|[[TAP Portugal]] | Lisbon
|[[TAROM]] | Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Cluj-Napoca
|[[Transaero Airlines]] | Moscow-Domodedovo
|[[transavia.com]] | Rotterdam
|[[Tunisair]] | Tunis
|[[Turkish Airlines]] | Istanbul-Atatürk
|Turkish Airlines <br> operated by [[Anadolujet]] | Ankara
|[[Ukraine International]] | Kiev-Boryspil, Odessa
|[[Vueling Airlines]] | Barcelona
}}
 
Additionally, several airlines operate charter flights out of the airport, including [[Air VIA]], [[Arkia Israel Airlines]], [[Bulgarian Air Charter]], [[Freebird Airlines]], [[Sky Airlines]] and [[SunExpress]].
 
===Cargo airlines===
{{Airport-dest-list
|[[Air China Cargo]]|Beijing-Capital, Milan-Malpensa, Shanghai-Pudong
|[[Asiana Cargo]]|Frankfurt, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Seoul-Incheon, Moscow-Domodedovo
|[[China Southern Airlines]]|Amsterdam, Shanghai-Pudong
|[[DHL Aviation]] operated by [[European Air Transport]]|Brussels
|[[Farnair Hungary]]|Timişoara
|[[FedEx Express]]|Budapest, Paris-Charles de Gaulle
|[[Jade Cargo International]]|Amsterdam, Chengdu, Frankfurt, Dubai, Shanghai-Pudong, Seoul-Incheon, Tianjin
|[[Korean Air Cargo]]|Brussels, Copenhagen, Seoul-Incheon, Milan-Malpensa, Basel, Navoi, Tel Aviv, Oslo
|[[TNT Airways]]|Liege
|[[UPS Airlines]]| Budapest, Cologne/Bonn
}}
 
==References==
{{Reflist}}
 
== External links ==
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* [http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active/ Vienna International Airport], official site
* {{NWS-current|LOWW}}
* {{ASN|VIE}}
 
{{Airports in Austria}}
 
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{{Infobox Airport
| name = Vienna International Airport
| nativename = {{lang|de|Flughafen Wien-Schwechat}}
| image = Vienna_International_Airport_Logo.svg
| image-width = 200
| image2 = Flughafenschwechat.jpg
| image2-width = 200
| IATA = VIE
| ICAO = LOWW
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|lat_deg=48|lat_min=06|lat_sec=37|lat_dir=N
|lon_deg=16|lon_min=34|lon_sec=11|lon_dir=E
}}<small>Location of airport in Austria</small></center>
| type = Private
| owner =
| operator = Flughafen Wien AG
| city-served = [[Vienna]], [[Austria]] ; [[Bratislava]], [[Slovakia]]
| location = [[Schwechat]], [[Austria]]
| hub = [[Austrian Airlines]]<br>[[Niki (airline)|Niki]]
| elevation-f = 600
| elevation-m = 183
| coordinates = {{coord|48|06|37|N|016|34|11|E|type:airport_region:AT}}
| website = [http://www.viennaairport.com/ www.viennaairport.com]
| metric-elev = Y
| metric-rwy = y
| r1-number = 11/29
| r1-length-f = 11,483
| r1-length-m = 3,500
| r1-surface = Asphalt
| r2-number = 16/34
| r2-length-f = 11,811
| r2-length-m = 3,600
| r2-surface = Asphalt
| footnotes = Source: Austrian [[Aeronautical Information Publication|AIP]] at [[European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation|EUROCONTROL]]<ref name="AIP">[http://www.ead.eurocontrol.int/publicuser/protect/pu/main.jsp EAD Basic]</ref>
}}
 
'''Vienna International Airport''' {{Airport codes|VIE|LOWW}} ({{lang-de|Flughafen Wien}}), located in [[Schwechat]] and {{convert|18|km|mi|0}} southeast of central [[Vienna]], is the busiest and biggest [[airport]] in [[Austria]]. It is often referred to as [[Schwechat]], the name of the county it is in. The airport is capable of handling [[wide-body aircraft]] such as the [[Boeing 747]] and [[Airbus A340]]. The airport is the hub of [[Austrian Airlines]] and its subsidiaries, as well as budget airline [[Niki (airline)|Niki]].
 
During 2009, the airport handled a total of 18,114,103 passengers, representing a 8.3% decrease compared to 2008.<ref>[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&content-id=1263859254029&reserve-mode=active Vienna Airport Passenger Statistics 2009]</ref> In 2010, the airport handled 19,691,206 passengers, an 8.7% increase over 2009.<ref>[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1249344074280&news_beitrag_id=1295396460676 Vienna Airport Passenger Statistics 2010]</ref>
 
==History==
[[File:Flughafen Wien AG.JPG|thumb|left|Flughafen Wien AG manages the airport]]
Originally built as a military airport in 1938, it was taken over by the [[United Kingdom|British]] in 1945. In 1954, the ''Betriebsgesellschaft'' was founded, and the airport replaced [[Aspern]] as Vienna's (and Austria's) principal aerodrome. There was just one [[runway]], which in 1959 was expanded to measure {{convert|3000|m|ft|0}}. The erection of the new airport building starting in 1960. In 1972 another runway was built. In 1982 the airport was connected to the national motorway network ([[Ostautobahn]]).
The airport received Olympic teams as Austria has twice hosted the [[Winter Olympics]]. [[Pope John Paul II]] also used the airport during his visits to Austria. On December 27, 1985, the [[El Al]] ticket counter was attacked by [[Palestinian terrorism|Palestinians terrorists]]. (See ''[[Rome and Vienna Airport Attacks]]''.) In 1986, the enlarged arrivals hall was opened and in 1988, Pier East with 8 jetbridges.
In 1992, the new terminal 1 was opened and a year later the PLAZA Shopping mall in the transit area. In 1996, Pier West was opened with 12 jetbridges. The airport formerly featured a [[Harrods]], but it closed in 2003.
 
== Terminals ==
[[File:VIE-Dritte Piste.svg|thumb|300px|left|Map of Vienna International Airport]]
Presently, Vienna International Airport has three terminals: The main terminals 1 and 2 and a provisional terminal 1A, built to offer more space for [[low-cost carrier]]s. In addition to this terminals Vienna has also a unique VIP Terminal. In 2004, the airport started building a new terminal, SKYLINK, which will make the airport more capable of dealing with higher passenger volumes (2010: 19.7 million). This new terminal will also make the airport capable of handling more bigger aircrafts, even the [[Airbus A380]].
All Terminals are operated by Fraport, Vienna Airport Handling, Swissport and Austrian Airlines. After completion of SKYLINK, Austrian Airlines and its partners will move to the new Terminal.
 
== Concourses ==
'''Hall D (formerly Hall A) ("Pier East"):'''
Gates D21–D29 (only Jetbridges), D31–D37 (only Buses), D61–D70 (only Buses)
International Flights<br />''(Transit-Zone; Passport-control at entrance/exit of the hall; Gates with Jetbridges and Busgates)''
 
'''Hall B:'''
B22–B43
Europe (Schengen) Flights<br />''(Busgates)''
 
'''Hall C ("Pier West"):'''
C31–C42 (only Jetbridges; Gates C35–C41 Transfer Gates), C71–C75 (only Buses)
Europe (Schengen) Flights, partial international flights<br />''(Gates with Jetbridges; Several gates are used for Europe (Schengen) flights and also for international flights; for international flights: Gates are called Transfergates; Passport control at the respective gates; passengers from international-to-international flights are going at arrival at one of the C-Gates, in front of the immigration-passport-control, to the transitzone to ground-floor, where they have access to other International Flights from the C-Gates and a shuttlebus-connection to the international hall D; Passengers arriving at the international hall D with an international connection-flight from one of the C-Gates use also the shuttlebus) New Busgates C71 to C75 opened on 2 April 2008, access via Gate C31, only Schengen-Operations''
[[File:Vienna International Airport.JPG|thumb|left|Exterior of the airport]]
 
== Public transportation ==
The [[Vienna S-Bahn]] {{Public transport Vienna|S7}} (Stopping at all stations from [[Floridsdorf]] Station until Rennweg Station, and usually all intermediate stops on the airport branch ) line stops at the airport. The more expensive {{Public transport Vienna|CAT}} ([[City Airport Train]]) connects the airport directly to the ''Wien Mitte'' station close to the city center, where S-Bahn trains also stop but take a slightly longer time because of 7 intermediate stops. There are also many buses from the airport to various places in Vienna and to other cities; however, the S-Bahn line is the only means of transport from Vienna to the airport on which the standard integrated tickets for the Vienna region are valid (as a result, they also allow further travelling by underground, bus or tram, which the CAT tickets don't).
 
After the construction of [[Wien Hauptbahnhof|Main Railway Station]], a line called "S70" is scheduled to be opened which will connect the airport to that railway station, so that the frequency of S-Bahn trains becomes higher than the current 30 minutes. There are no plans to extend any [[Vienna U-Bahn|underground]] line to the airport although it has sometimes been proposed to extend line U3 (currently terminating at [[Simmering (Vienna)|Simmering]]) there; this would be the first underground line extending beyond Vienna's city limits.
 
==Masterplan 2015==
[[File:Viennaairportcity.jpg|thumb|Vienna Airport enlargement plan]]
Because of its constant growth in passenger numbers and freight, Vienna International Airport has decided to enlarge [[Austria]]'s biggest airport with several new and respectively adapted buildings.
 
* New [[Tower]]: A new [[Tower]] was built. With its {{convert|109|m|ft}} of height, it allows a free overlook of the entire airport area and it offers another spectacular sight: a night laser show, which should welcome the passengers even from the aircraft.
 
* New Terminal: Due to constant passenger and freight growth, Vienna International Airport has planned to build another [[Airport terminal|Terminal]], SKYLINK, which should be able to compensate higher passenger rates. Construction started in 2004 and will last until 2012. Construction had been suspended recently due to projected cost increases, but has since resumed. Operations in the new terminal are planned to start during the first half of 2012. The total cost of the project is now 830 million EUR.<ref name="Newterminal">[http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/va/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1249344074280&news_beitrag_id=1268179255548 Flughafen Wien AG: construction on VIE-Skylink resumed as planned ]</ref>
 
* Third [[Runway]]: Due to higher aviation rates, the construction of a third runway is considered.
 
* Railway station: The underground railway station will be enlarged and a connection to [[Bratislava]] will be constructed. Additionally the {{Public transport Vienna|CAT}} ([[City Airport Train]]), which connects the centre of [[Vienna]] with the airport in just 16 minutes, will receive a new underground railway station.
 
Following concerns over the mismanagement of the VIE-Skylink project, chief executive Herbert Kaufman agreed to resign at the end of December 2010.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/12/16/351034/vienna-airport-chief-to-resign.html|accessdate=2010-12-19|title=Airline Industry and Aviation Safety News from Flightglobal}}</ref>
 
==Airlines and destinations==
===Passenger airlines===
[[Image:CtrlTwrVIA.JPG|right|thumb|The designed 109-metre tall [[control tower]] presents a unique laser show after dark]]
[[Image:VieAir.jpg|right|thumb|Exterior view of Hall D for international flights]]
[[Image:VIEcheck.JPG|right|thumb|Terminal 1 at the airport]]
[[Image:ScheTermVIA.JPG|right|thumb|Gates of Hall C, serving mostly Schengen countries]]
[[Image:Vienna terminal 1.jpg|right|thumb|Interior of Terminal 1]]
[[File:Vienna - Schwechat airport - shops.jpg|right|thumb|Shopping lane in departures area]]
[[Image:VIElugg.JPG|right|thumb|Luggage reclaim hall]]
 
Vienna is served by the following scheduled airlines:
{{Airport-dest-list
|[[Adria Airways]] | Frankfurt, Ljubljana
|[[Aegean Airlines]] | Athens [resumes 12 September]
|[[Aer Lingus]] | Dublin
|[[Aeroflot]] | Moscow-Sheremetyevo
|[[Air Berlin]] | Berlin-Tegel, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Münster/Osnabrück, Nuremberg
|[[Air Dolomiti]] | Verona
|[[Air France]] | Paris-Charles de Gaulle
|[[Air Malta]] | Malta
|[[Air Moldova]] | Chiṣinău
|[[Air Transat]] | '''Seasonal''': Montréal-Trudeau, Toronto-Pearson
|[[Air Vallee]] | Rimini
|[[AirBaltic]] | Riga
|[[Alitalia]] <br> operated by [[Air One]] |Rome-Fiumicino
|[[Arkia Israel Airlines]] | '''Seasonal Charter:''' Tel Aviv
|[[Austrian Airlines]] | Amman, Amsterdam, Arbil, Astana, Athens, Baghdad, Baku, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Barcelona, Beijing-Capital, Belgrade, Berlin-Tegel, Brussels, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Cairo, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Damascus, Delhi, Dnepropetrovsk, Dubai, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Funchal, Hamburg, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kiev-Boryspil, Larnaca, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, London-Heathrow, Moscow-Domodedovo, Mumbai, Munich, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Pristina, Rome-Fiumicino, Sarajevo, Sofia, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tenerife-South, Tokyo-Narita, Toronto-Pearson, Tripoli [resumes 1 September], Washington-Dulles, Yerevan, Zagreb, Zürich <br> '''Seasonal''': Dubrovnik, Faro, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Naples, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Split, Thessaloniki
|Austrian operated by [[Lauda Air]] <ref>https://www.laudaair.com/book/StartHtml.aspx?a=3&fplan=y&L=0&lang=DE Lauda Air timetable (retrieved 2009-08-31)</ref> | Antalya, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Luxor, Sharm el-Sheikh, Tenerife-South <br> '''Seasonal''': Bodrum, Catania, Chania, Corfu, Dalaman, Faro, Funchal, Heraklion, Karpathos, Kavala, Kos, Lesbos, Malaga, Mykonos, Naples, Preveza, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos,Thessaloniki, Zakynthos
|Austrian operated by [[Tyrolean Airways]] | Altenrhein, Amsterdam, Basel/Mulhouse, Belgrade, Berlin-Tegel, Bologna, Brussels, Budapest, Chişinău, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Düsseldorf, Florence, Frankfurt, Geneva, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Graz, Helsinki, Iaşi, Innsbruck, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kharkov, Kiev-Boryspil, Klagenfurt, Košice, Kraków, Krasnodar, Leipzig/Halle, Linz, Lviv, Lyon, Milan-Linate, Minsk, Munich, Nice, Oslo-Gardermoen, Podgorica, Prague, Reus, Salzburg, Sibiu, Skopje, Sochi, Sofia, St Petersburg, Stockholm-Arlanda, Stuttgart, Timişoara, Tirana, Varna, Venice-Marco Polo, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zagreb <br> '''Seasonal''': Athens, Barcelona, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Hamburg, Milan-Malpensa, Pristina, Rostov-on-Don, Sarajevo, Thessaloniki, Zürich
|[[bmi (airline)|BMI]] | London-Heathrow
|[[British Airways]] | London-Heathrow
|[[Brussels Airlines]] | Brussels
|[[Bulgaria Air]] | Sofia
|[[Central Connect Airlines]] | Ostrava
|[[China Airlines]] | Taipei-Taoyuan
|[[Cirrus Airlines]] | Dresden
|[[Condor Flugdienst|Condor]] | Punta Cana [begins 2 November]
|[[Croatia Airlines]] | Zagreb <br>'''Seasonal''': Dubrovnik, Split
|[[EasyJet]] | London-Gatwick
|[[Emirates (airline)|Emirates]] | Dubai
|[[EgyptAir]] | Cairo
|[[El Al]] | Tel Aviv
|[[EVA Air]] | Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Taipei-Taoyuan
|[[Finnair]] | Helsinki
|[[Georgian Airways]] | Tbilisi
|[[Germanwings]] | Cologne/Bonn, Hanover, Stuttgart
|[[Iberia Airlines|Iberia]] | Madrid
|[[InterSky]] | Friedrichshafen
|[[Iran Air]] | Tehran-Imam Khomeini
|[[Jat Airways]] | Belgrade
|[[KLM]] | Amsterdam
|KLM operated by [[KLM Cityhopper]] | Amsterdam
|[[Korean Air]] | Seoul-Incheon, Zurich
|[[LOT Polish Airlines]] | Warsaw
|LOT operated by [[EuroLOT]] | Kraków
|[[Lufthansa]] | Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg
|[[Lufthansa Regional]] <br> operated by [[Eurowings]]| Düsseldorf
|Lufthansa Regional <br>operated by [[Lufthansa CityLine]]| Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich
|[[Luxair]] | Luxembourg
|[[Montenegro Airlines]] | Podgorica
|[[Niki (airline)|Niki]] | Barcelona, Belgrade, Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Madrid [ends 31 July], Malaga, Marsa Alam, Milan-Malpensa, Moscow-Domodedovo, Munich, Nice, Palma de Mallorca, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Pristina, Rome-Fiumicino, Sharm el-Sheikh, Sofia, Stockholm-Arlanda, Tenerife-South, Valencia, Zürich <br> '''Seasonal''': Antalya, Cagliari, Corfu, Edinburgh, Funchal, Heraklion, Ibiza, Jerez de la Frontera, Kos, Luxor, Olbia, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Rhodes, Samos, Shannon, Zakynthos
|[[Norwegian Air Shuttle]] | Oslo-Gardermoen
|[[Pegasus Airlines]] | Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen, Samsun
|Pegasus operated by [[IZair]]|Izmir
|[[People's Viennaline]] | St.Gallen-Altenrhein
|[[Qatar Airways]] | Doha
|[[Rossiya (airline)|Rossiya]] | St Petersburg
|[[Royal Jordanian]] | Amman-Queen Alia
|[[Sky Work Airlines]] | Berne [begins 5 September]
|[[SunExpress]] | Antalya, İzmir, Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen
|[[Syrian Air]] | Berlin-Schönefeld, Damascus
|[[Swiss International Air Lines]] | Zürich
|[[TAP Portugal]] | Lisbon
|[[TAROM]] | Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Cluj-Napoca
|[[Transaero Airlines]] | Moscow-Domodedovo
|[[transavia.com]] | Rotterdam
|[[Tunisair]] | Tunis
|[[Turkish Airlines]] | Istanbul-Atatürk
|Turkish Airlines <br> operated by [[Anadolujet]] | Ankara
|[[Ukraine International]] | Kiev-Boryspil, Odessa
|[[Vueling Airlines]] | Barcelona
}}
 
Additionally, several airlines operate charter flights out of the airport, including [[Air VIA]], [[Arkia Israel Airlines]], [[Bulgarian Air Charter]], [[Freebird Airlines]], [[Sky Airlines]] and [[SunExpress]].
 
===Cargo airlines===
{{Airport-dest-list
|[[Air China Cargo]]|Beijing-Capital, Milan-Malpensa, Shanghai-Pudong
|[[Asiana Cargo]]|Frankfurt, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Seoul-Incheon, Moscow-Domodedovo
|[[China Southern Airlines]]|Amsterdam, Shanghai-Pudong
|[[DHL Aviation]] operated by [[European Air Transport]]|Brussels
|[[Farnair Hungary]]|Timişoara
|[[FedEx Express]]|Budapest, Paris-Charles de Gaulle
|[[Jade Cargo International]]|Amsterdam, Chengdu, Frankfurt, Dubai, Shanghai-Pudong, Seoul-Incheon, Tianjin
|[[Korean Air Cargo]]|Brussels, Copenhagen, Seoul-Incheon, Milan-Malpensa, Basel, Navoi, Tel Aviv, Oslo
|[[TNT Airways]]|Liege
|[[UPS Airlines]]| Budapest, Cologne/Bonn
}}
 
==References==
{{Reflist}}
 
== External links ==
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