Overview

Public transportation options at Vienna International Airport:  On the first level of the Terminal complex (Arrivals), as well as from Carpark 4, you can access the S-Bahn (Rapid Rail) & the CAT train by a covered walkway  (the present underground railway station will be expanded to connect to Bratislava, Slovakia). The CAT bus stop is on the opposite side and guarantees you a seat if you reserve ahead.
(Note that the train station is located on level 1 for both OBB & CAT trains. This level also leads to parking lot and garage. Level 0 is for bus & limo service (with inside Lost & found, baggage storage, lost baggage, and baggage claim.)

- The S-Bahn (subway) to Vienna's city center
runs every half hour and  takes 25 mins. Tickets machines are on the train platforms.
- The City Airport Train (CAT) runs non-stop to the City Air Terminal, which is only a 16-minute ride from St. Stephan's Cathedral, accessible by tram, subway, bus or taxi.   A CAT counter for tickets is on the ground level, at left.
- Vienna Airport Lines connects Airport West with the main Vienna transport hubs. 
- Regional buses run to Vienna Donauzentrum (Danube-center via Vienna Kaisermuhlen VIC) taking 40 mins; and to Westbahnhof (train station West) via Vienna-Dorfelstrasse & Meidling train station taking 45 mins.

Long-distance IC trains: 
The Airport railway station has been extended to serve IC long-distance trains - enabling passengers to reach the Airport 'from anywhere'.  Every two hours 15 IC trains arrive /depart from Vienna Airport.  Getting from St. Polten to the Airport takes 50 mins; from Linz only 50 mins.  By late 2015 the IC trains are to arrive/ depart twice an hour.

NOTE: 
train tickts are 12 Euros (single); 19 (return); kids are free up to 14 years.
- Central Vienna departures to the Airport start 5:36am , leaving every 06 & 36 minutes past the hour thereafter until 23.006 (11:06pm)
- The City Air Terminal  offers manned and self-service check-in kiosks, available 24 hours, until 75 minutes prior to scheduled departure.



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