You land in Austria and want to rent a car at Innsbruck Airport? Then compare the prices for car hire at Innsbruck Airport. You will find the various providers on Car Rental Check and you can book your desired car online in advance simply, securely and conveniently. These companies have branches and service counters at the airport:
The car rental centre is located in the immediate vicinity of the airport building and can be reached by means of a covered entrance even in bad weather with dry feet!
Airport Innsbruck (INN), also known as Flughafen Kranebitten, is the largest international airport in Tirol in the West Austria. It is about 2.5 km from the centre of Innsbruck. The airport, which was opened in 1925, handles regional flights around the Alps as well as seasonal international traffic to other European destinations. During the winter, activity at the airport and passenger numbers increase significantly due to the high number of skiers travelling to the region.
The way from the terminal to the aircraft is usually by bus to the apron or directly from the airport building on a staircase because there are no gates at the airport.
Aircraft up to the size of a Boeing 767 can land at the airport. In February 2017, it was announced that the current passenger terminal, inaugurated for the 1964 Winter Olympics, would be replaced by a new, larger facility, with construction scheduled to begin in 2019.
Innsbruck Airport serves as the base for Welcome Air. The following airlines offer flights to Innsbruck from German-speaking countries:
|Austrian Airlines||Frankfurt, Vienna|
|Eurowings||Düsseldorf, Cologne / Bonn, Hamburg (seasonal)|
The airport is connected to the city centre and Innsbruck main station. The bus departs every 15 minutes and takes 18 minutes to the city centre.
Innsbruck Airport in the heart of the Alps is a pleasant and easily accessible airport due to its central location. Located on the outskirts of the state capital Innsbruck, the airport is very well connected to inner-city transport and the motorway.
Not only Tyroleans but also an increasing number of passengers from neighbouring Vorarlberg, South Tyrol and Bavaria appreciate flying from Innsbruck Airport.
The regional airport also proves to be a suitable starting point for our guests coming to Tyrol from abroad to reach their destination in Tyrol. Within approx. 1 hour, for example, almost all winter sports resorts can be reached from the airport.
Coming from the west (Garmisch (D) / Bregenz) on the A 12, take the Kranebitten exit and follow the signs to the airport.
From the east of Kufstein / Munich, take the A 12 to the Innsbruck West exit and follow the road signs to the airport.
Coming from the south (Brenner / Bozen) take the A 13 and leave the motorway at the Innsbruck West exit. Follow the signs to the airport.
A taxi stand is directly in front of the terminal. So you can get into a taxi directly in front of the door when you arrive at the airport or you can be taken to the airport in reverse.
Please note that the prices also depend on the size of the taxi and the number of pieces of luggage carried.