Flights to Tirol are available from many international destinations. Innsbruck-Kranebitten Airport is the gateway to the Heart of the Alps. Winter or summer, you'll be enjoying stunning landscapes and meeting friendly locals in no time.
Top Flight Connections to Innsbruck
From the UK to Innsbruck
Innsbruck Airport is also served by daily scheduled flights and numerous charter flights from UK airports. easyJet flies directly from London Gatwick, Bristol and Liverpool to Innsbruck. British Airways also has direct routes from London Heathrow and London Gatwick to Innsbruck.
Winter Special: Both easyJet and British Airways now offer regular flights from London (Heathrow and Gatwick) to Innsbruck in October and November – perfect for an early-season ski on the glaciers. From December onwards, easyJet runs daily flights from Gatwick starting at just £28 one-way, while British Airways flies six times a week from Heathrow, alongside its regular Gatwick service.
From Frankfurt and Vienna to Innsbruck
Frankfurt am Main, home to Germany's largest airport, offers four flights daily to Innsbruck. There are up to six flights daily from Vienna to Innsbruck .
Flight times and further information: www.austrian.com
Star Alliance Partner Austrian Airways serves the international hubs Frankfurt and Vienna, while One World Partner British Airways offers flights to London Heathrow and the KLM-affiliated airline Transavia has flies to Amsterdam. From all these major international airports there are direct connections to Innsbruck.
From Munich to Tirol
Munich airport is just 200 kilometres from Innsbruck and has excellent connections to Tirol. Travellers arriving by airplane in Munich can use the transfer.tirol shuttle service (run by Four Seasons Travel) to reach their final destination. Alternatively, Flixbus has direct connections not only to the regional capital Innsbruck but also to some of Tirol’s most popular ski resorts. Between 7 November 2017 and 25 April 2018 the Munich-Innsbruck route (via Seefeld) is extended twice daily on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays to include the Stubai Glacier. There is also a route from Munich via Kufstein to the ski resorts of Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental, St. Johann and Kitzbühel-Kirchberg. This route is served twice daily from 8 December 2017 until 8 April 2018 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
From Hamburg and Düsseldorf to Innsbruck
Eurowings offers flights to Düsseldorf every Thursday and Sunday from 3 December 2017 until 22 March 2018. During the same period there are also flights every Wednesday and Saturday to Hamburg.
Flight times and further information: www.eurowings.com
Direct Flights to Tirol
Munich airport is the second-largest air traffic hub in Germany and offers many options for travelling on to Tirol. The 200km journey to Tirol takes around two and a half hours and can be made train, bus or using the "transfer.tirol" service.Learn more
Visitors arriving at Memmingen airport can continue their journey to Tirol by bus, train or hire car. It takes less than two hours to get to the Lechtal Valley, while the drive to the regional capital Innsbruck takes around two and a half hours.Learn more
From Salzburg airport it takes around two hours to reach Innsbruck both by train and by car. The ÖBB-Postbus also offers a number of bus connections, including to Kitzbühel.Learn more
This airport just over the border on the German side of Lake Constance is well connected to Tirol by train, bus and transfer shuttle. Visitors can also hire a car.Learn more
The train journey from Zurich to Tirol over the Arlberg pass in an experience in itself. It takes around three and a half hours, but the spectacular views of the Alps mean it will be over in the blink of an eye. Alternative ways of getting to Tirol include bus, transfer shuttle and hire car.Learn more
Transfer to Accommodation
Innsbruck airport is an ideal starting point for visitors to Tirol. Its central location, excellent public transport connections and proximity to the Inntalautobahn motorway make it easy to reach all other areas of Tirol.
- Bus line F takes visitors to the city centre in around 10 minutes and to the main train station in around 20 minutes. From the main train station there are many train and bus connections to all the regions of Tirol.
- Local shuttle operators and hotels offer transfers to and from the airport. For more information contact the tourism board in the area where you are staying.
- There is also the transfer.tirol service from Four Seasons Travel. This service connects Innsbruck airport and Munich airport. It can be booked up to 72 hours in advance.