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Vienna Airport has useful tips and offers for everyone flying away for a vacation during the Easter holidays. Travellers can book numerous services on the Vienna Airport website. From parking spaces along with support with baggage and checking in enjoying the FastTack at the security checkpoint and lounge access many offers can be booked easily and quickly. When it comes to the peak travel days during the Easter holiday season, Vienna Airport recommends that passengers allow for sufficient time to reach the airport, inform themselves in advance about the baggage rules of their booked airlines and prepare for the security check. Terminal 1A has also now been in operation once again since recently. All information about the wide range of passenger services, shops, restaurants and lounges is available at www.viennaairport.com.
Reaching departing flights without waiting: Useful airport services for travel comfort
FastTrack, wheelchair, baby stroller and other assistance services: Vienna Airport supports travellers with restricted mobility free of charge and families can borrow prams for use until departure. In addition, numerous other useful services are offered by Vienna Airport, for example assistance services for travellers in which airport staff help passengers to go through all travel processes until they reach their departure gates, when transferring to connecting flights or on arrival. Vienna Airport also provides useful services supporting passengers with their luggage or when travelling with children. The FastTrack service enables people to get through security checks even more quickly and thus have more time for the Vienna Airport lounges, for shopping and enjoying restaurants. All relevant information and booking possibilities can be found at www.viennaairport.com/services.
Stroll around and enjoy: Shops and Restaurants for every taste
Top national and international brands, gourmet cuisine and vegan food: at Vienna Airport, a total of 79 shops and restaurants invite guests to linger and browse. Thanks to the newly reopened Panoramic-Restaurant Zugvogel, the Wolfgang Puck Kitchen + Bar, the Jamie Oliver Food Court consisting of a take-away deli, the Italian restaurant and a bar, the brand-new Relay shops, the Vienna Duty Free shops, Manner, Sprüngli, Aida, Bieder & Maier and much more, passengers will find an extensive offering of shops and restaurants in every terminal. For more information, refer to www.viennaairport.com/shops-restaurants.
Train, bus or car: Different possibilities to travel to Vienna Airport
The City Airport Train offers the quickest connection between the city centre and Vienna Airport, featuring a travel time of only 16 minutes as well as check-in and baggage drop-off at the Wien-Mitte station for some airlines. Furthermore, the airport can also be reached by taking the rapid transit railway (“Schnellbahn”) or the ÖBB Railjet train. Convenient parking spaces are available to travellers in Car Parks 3 and 4 as well as the C and Mazur parking lots. Vienna Airport recommends booking parking spaces in advance on the airport website, in particular during the peak travel season. The EasyParking service can also be booked: Upon arrival, a traveller hands over the vehicle to an airport employee directly in front of the terminal building, who in turn will park the car in Car Park 4 or Parking Lot C when passengers are already underway to reach their flights. Other possibilities to reach Vienna Airport include the bus connection offered by Vienna Airport Lines, which leaves Vienna’s inner city to the airport, as well as various fleet and car sharing services. More detailed information can be found at https://www.viennaairport.com/passagiere/anreise-parken.
Terminal 1, 1A and 3: All check-in capacities are once again in operation
Terminal 1A, which was temporarily shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, is once again in operation as of yesterday, 28 March 2023. Accordingly, passengers now have all check-in counters available to them at Vienna Airport. Passengers can find out where exactly to check in for their respective flights either on their boarding passes or on the website of Vienna Airport at https://www.viennaairport.com/passagiere/flughafen/fluglinien. Passengers on selected airlines can also check-in even more conveniently by using the self-service check-in and self-service baggage drop-off machines in Terminals 1 and 3.
All the information required to travel to and park at the airport, as well as on shops and restaurants, lounges, security checks, services on departure and arrival as well as other useful travel tips are available on the Vienna Airport website at www.viennaairport.com.
Press Office of Flughafen Wien AG
Peter Kleemann, Company Spokesperson
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