Innsbruck (INN) Airport

Innsbruck INN Airport Overview

Innsbruck Airport INN, also known as Kranebitten Airport, is a regional airport serving the Austrian state of Tyrol and its capital city Innsbruck, which likes to describe itself as the 'capital of the Alps'. Innsbruck's main season is the winter season, and it is reflected in a marked increase in passengers heading for the Tyrolean ski slopes.

The city of Innsbruck, with its medieval buildings and cobblestone walks, is well worth a visit, whether you come in winter or summer, and its surrounding picture-perfect small villages and hamlets dot the alpine scenery. In summer, you can rent a car and drive through the adjacent national park, an unforgetable ride, which will take you close to the Grossglockner summit (the tallest mountain in Austria) and down to Salzburg. You have to pay a fee, but it is definitely worth it.

INN Airport is located only 2.5 miles from Innsbruck and can be reached via the A12 motorway (East-West) from Voralberg or from Germany, and via motorway A13 from the Brenner Pass & Italy.

With one runway and an estimated 1 million passengers a year. As the runway cannot be extended, scheduled airline & charter flights are mostly within Europe - with connections to long-haul flights.

The two-level passenger terminal at Innsbruck Airport recently received expansion of departure gates 1 to 8, post-security check-point, and waiting area, and added duty-free and Travel Value shops.
Services and amenities inside the terminal include free WiFi access, confereene rooms, ATM cash machine, a cafe for early breakfast, a Bistro, a bakery, an 'Airport Shop' stocked with newspapers, magazines, books and convenience items; Schenker (a full-service travel agency) can take care of your travel and reservation needs (Tel: +43 512 285627).
Parking options include the multi-level parking garage connected by walkway to the passenger terminal, as well as four open-air parking lots.

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