Medical careOEGS-Info

The Medical Center in Terminal 1 is currently closed. If you need a vaccination, please contact the Health Center at Vienna Airport. Emergency care is of course available

The outpatient clinic provides primary care in acute cases and emergencies, as well as treatment requirements during flight operations.

This service is available to employees, passengers and visitors.

Where: Terminal 1 Arcade Walkway (Level 1) opposite the pharmacy.

Opening hours: 07.00 to 19.00 hrs.


There are a total of 32 defibrillators at Vienna Airport for emergency cases. Two professional devices in the Medical Centre and 30 public access defibrillators (AED devices) distributed on site.

Think of your health and take advantage of the following services at our Medical Centre.


You should carefully plan any trip to an exotic country with regard to different medical preventive measures.

Please obtain information on recommended and legally specified vaccinations for your destination country around 6 to 8 weeks before travelling. Our Medical Centre also offers vaccinations to protect against infections and other health risks.

Thus, you can ensure that you comply with the regulations or recommendations in the various countries. The costs of vaccinations can be obtained from the Airport Medical Centre on the telephone number above.

Please bring your vaccination certificate and signed vaccination information sheet with you!!! 

1 hour free parking included.

Available vaccinations in the Medical Centre:

  • Yellow fever

  • Typhoid fever

  • Rabies

  • Hepatitis A and B (also for children)

  • Malaria

  • TBE

  • Influenza

  • Combination vaccinations (diphtheria, polio, tetanus, pertussis)

  • Meningococcal diseases

  • Japan B encephalitis (please ask whether vaccine is in stock by telephone)


Medications for malaria prophylaxis, mosquito repellent (spray) for skin and clothing.


So-called travel thrombosis can develop on long journeys due to a lack of movement.

Important preventive measures:

  • Drink plenty of fluids

  • Leg exercises to stimulate blood circulation

  • Wear travel stockings

Pregnant women and persons with circulation problems are at particular risk. In certain cases it might be advisable, after consultation with your doctor, to take anticoagulants before embarking on very long flights.

You can also purchase thrombosis medication for your return flight.


There is also a Pharmacy and even a Dentist at Vienna Airport.