Schwechat-Flughafen in Vienna serves as the only important international airport in Austria, which is connected to almost all the major airports around the world. However, some European flights also land at international airports at other cities including Graz, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Klagenfurt. There is also Shuttle Buses at Vienna Airport that take the passenger from the airport to the City Air Terminal, almost every half an hour or so.

Austrian Airlines is the official airlines of the country. Several international airlines including from most of the European countries and plenty of intercontinental airlines plies direct flights to Vienna regularly. However, if you are flying from Aerica, your only option is Austrian Airlines, and there is no direct service to Northern England and Africa (except Egypt, Libya and Tunisia).

Reaching Austria by Air

Schwechat Flughafen in Vienna serves as the only important international airport in Austria, which is connected to almost all the major airports around the world. However, some European flights also land at international airports at other cities including Graz, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Klagenfurt. There is also Shuttle Buses at Vienna Airport that take the passenger from the airport to the City Air Terminal, almost every half an hour or so. Austrian Airlines is the official airlines of the country. Several international airlines including from most of the European countries and plenty of intercontinental airlines plies direct flights to Vienna regularly. However, if you are flying from Aerica, your only option is Austrian Airlines and there is no direct service to Northern England and Africa (except from Egypt, Libya and Tunisia).

Reaching Austria by Bus

With well-serviced motorways and highways, crossing the border to reach Austria can be quite easy. There are national bus services that also offer service on international routes but can prove to be a little slow.

Reaching Austria by Rail

Austria has a very reliable rail network that connects it to its various neighbouring countries and almost all the major cities of Europe. The service offered is quite efficient and is available round-the-clock. Few of the most popular routes from the country ply from Italy and Germany. Austrian Federal Railways (Æ’sterreichische Bundesbahnen) (Æ’BB) and Eurostar operates a wide network of trains throughout and beyond Austria. International routes of Austrian Federal Railways from Vienna include direct trains to Bratislava, Prague and Zurich.

Reaching Austria by Road

The road network of Austria is very well maintained with very smooth motorways and highways towards all its frontier neighbours. All the major border crossings are open for commutation 24 hours a day whereas the minor ones usually open from 7:00 am up to 9:00 pm. One can easily drive through the border by their own car but it can be quite expensive.

Reaching Austria by Water

One can also arrive in Vienna through riverboats to and from places such as Linz, Bratislava and Budapest through River Danube, but the journey is slow, uncomfortable, and quite expensive.

Reaching Austria from India

Vienna has an international airport that serves as the entry point from India. If you are planning to visit the Austria, Several flights ply on a regular basis between India and Vienna such as British Airways, Finnair, Niki, Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Aeroflot, Air India, Austrian Airlines and much more. There are several direct flights as well as connecting flights from various India cities including Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi.

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