Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart (SZG)
Travel and Ground Transport
You can get to central Salzburg from the airport by public bus, taxi or limousine. From the city centre, trains run from the main station to destinations throughout Austria and Germany.
Skiers also have the option of taking a shuttle bus to one of the many ski resorts in the region.
Public bus number 77 runs from the airport to Hauptbahnhof Salzburg (Salzburg's main train station) every 15 minutes throughout the day, less frequently on Sundays and public holidays. From here, buses run to other city and regional destinations. The bus operates from 06.00 to 23.00, with a journey time of 20 minutes. Bus number 2 also runs from the airport to the city centre.
For those who are travelling to the various ski resorts and other Austrian destinations, VIP-Shutle 99 runs to Tyrol, Upper-Austria and Bavaria with space for up to eight people per shuttle. Ski resorts served by the shuttle from Salzburg Airport include: Sportwelt Amadé, Rauris, Zell am See, Kaprun, Gastein Valley, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Kaprun and Kitzbühel as well as many German destinations.
Salzburg main rail station is accessed from the airport by public bus number 77, while taxis and limousines also serve the station. From the main train station, destinations throughout Austria and Germany can be reached. Many of the popular ski resorts in the region are also accessible by rail from Salzburg's main station.
There is a taxi stand located directly in front of the airport terminal at Salzburg Airport WA Mozart, with a fleet of taxis available throughout the day.
Limousines can be hired at the airport's taxi stand, linking the airport with city hotels, central Salzburg, ski resorts and other regional destinations. There are two main limousine services at Salzburg Airport: Limousinen-Service Knoblechner and Amadeus Limousine.