Current information on flight operations
Check-in currently takes place for all departures in Terminals 1 and 3. A FFP2 mask requirement applies throughout the terminal
for passengers and employees. All operationally necessary and operation-maintaining departments are staffed and accessible
around the clock, and the entire grounds and terminal buildings are monitored and controlled by security personnel.
- Actual arrivals at Vienna Airport
- Actual departures at Vienna Airport
- Contact data of airlines at Vienna Airport
INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Entry regulations of foreign countries
Coronavirus PCR Tests can now be carried out directly at vienna airportVienna Airport offers passengers the possibility to undergo molecular-biological COVID-19 testing (PCR test) directly on site at the airport after arriving in Austria. All informations can be found at www.viennaairport.com/pcrtest.
Vienna Airport works closely with the Austrian health authorities on an ongoing basis.
Check-in, boarding and information desks are equipped with protection, distance markings are placed on the boarding areas and hand disinfection stands are set up. Passengers will be informed about these measures on site via announcements and information monitors in the terminal.
Vienna Airport is also carrying out increased cleaning activities throughout the airport. Handrails, door handles and sanitary facilities are cleaned more frequently, also filters in ventilation systems are changed more frequently. FFP2-masks are required throughout the terminal for passengers and employees. People with afflictions can contact employees of Vienna Airport at any time.
For medical questions and symptoms, please call the health number 1450. For general questions about coronavirus, the hotline 0800 555 621 (from abroad +43 1 3860 555) is available. Further information on the coronavirus can be found on the homepage of the Ministry of Health or the AGES. Please note that this information is the current status. As it is not foreseeable how the situation will develop in the next days and weeks, changes may occur at short notice.