Medical Center, Dentist & First Aid
At the Airport Area you are provided with comprehensive and high-quality medical care. There is a pharmacy directly at Terminal 1. In Office Park 3 you can find a dental practice and a health center with a variety of medical specialties.
The Medical Centre in the Terminal 1 Arcade will be staffed if necessary (acute and emergency cases)!
Of course, emergency care is provided by the Vienna Airport Rescue Service.
For vaccinations (Covid, TBE, influenza, hepatitis), please contact the Health Centre at Vienna Airport.
DentistDr. Teszner Thomas - Your dentist at Vienna Airport
Our contact details:
Vienna Airport Health Center
Office Park 3 | Object 682
Building 2 | 4th floor | 1300 Vienna
Tel: +43 1 700 73 45 10
Parking for the duration of your visit free of charge in parking garage 4 possible !
Emergency ambulance and Medical Assistance Team
An emergency ambulance (NAW) with an emergency doctor and two paramedics is available around the clock at Vienna Airport for emergencies.
If necessary, a Medical Assistance Team (MAT) with an ambulance can also be deployed.
If necessary, a large number of lay defibrillators (AED devices) can be used in emergency situations.
Contact: +43 1 7007-22245
PCR and antigen testing fast and easy at Vienna International Airport
At Vienna Airport, travelers can have a PCR test or a rapid antigen test for Covid-19 performed. The result is available the same day.
Health Center Vienna Airport
The Health Center is located in Office Park 3 and offers a wide range of services and personal care by highly qualified private physicians and therapists from many disciplines.
Location: Office Park 3, Building 2, 4th floor
- Monday, Tuesday: 08:00-14:00
- Wednesday: 08:00-18:30
- Thursday: 08:00-19:00
- Friday/Saturday/Sunday: closed
Parking is free in parking lots 3 and 4 for the duration of your treatment at the VHC.
Contact: +43 1 7007-24900
Airworthiness: Who is allowed to fly?
Every healthy person between 0 and > 100 years and every sick or disabled person is allowed to fly,
- against whose transport there are no medical objections,
- who can care for himself or herself or with the help of an accompanying person, and
- who does not represent an impairment for the other passengers.
In case of doubt, a flight fitness certificate (MEDIF) must be issued in good time by an authorized physician. Obtain information from the travel agency and/or the airline!
Travel to Exotic Countries
You should plan your travels to exotic countries carefully - not only with regard to the itinerary, but also with regard to various medical precautions.
Therefore, please think about the need for vaccinations in good time. Please inform yourself about recommended and legally required vaccinations for your destination country about 6 to 8 weeks before the start of your trip.
Inquire at your travel agency or your airline.
Causes of increased stress during flying
The following causes can have a negative impact on physical well-being during a flight:
- Cabin pressure
- Time difference
- Restricted movement
Pregnancy and flying
Flying up to the 28th week of pregnancy and then with specialist opinion up to the 36th week of pregnancy are possible.
In the case of multiple births up to the 28th week of pregnancy and then with a specialist's opinion up to the 32nd week of pregnancy are possible.
In the case of pregnancy-sustaining measures, flights are prohibited.