Salzburg WA Mozart AP (SZG) Airport

Salzburg WA Mozart AP SZG Airport Overview

Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport SZG serves Austria's city of Salzburg and its surroundings. The City of Salzburg (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birthplace) has many baroque churches, castles and gardens, and its scenery is unforgettable, offering a view to Austria's tallest mountain, the Grossglockner. 'The Sound of Music' was filmed in that area.

The Airport is located 4 km from Salzburg's city center, and is only 4 km from its border with Germany. If you drive via Hwy A1/A10, take the 'Flughafen' (airport) exit.

With a long runway and an estimated 1.7 million passengers in 2012, Salzburg Airport is served by major and minor European airlines and charters offering with direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

The three-star 'Star Inn Hotel Salzburg Airport' on Franz-Brotzner Street - 800 meters outise of Airport perimeter - offering free on-site parking & 3 fully-equipped conference rooms.

Salzburg Airport has a Main Passenger Terminal 1 - intended for regular domestic & International flights,  and the smaller new, all-glass 'Amadeus Terminal 2' - with limited passenger facilities - intended in summer for product presentation, gala events, concerts, and art exhibits, and in winter for skiers - then operating weekends/Holidays. Food & drink is available between the check-in counter and security control.
Other services and amenities in the terminals: The main terminal offers all types of eateries, as well as some shops, all of which are located on the second floor.
The S.A.S. Ticket Center in Terminal 1's check-in hall issues airline tickets for One World Partner airlines and Aeroflot, Air Lingus, Air Berlin & British Airways.
There are a few 'last minute' travel agencies to help you book a hotel for an overnight stay or arrange a package deal for a spur-of-the moment vacation.
Parking: Short-term parking Lot P1 is right in front of the main terminal; right behind is the multi-level Garage P4; while P3 serves Terminal 2, and P7 & P8 are on the Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse (the road leading to A1/A10).

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