Salzburg Airport’s history dates back to the early nineteenth century. In 1926 the German airline Lufthansa launched the Munich to Bad Reichenhall via Salzburg service and later in 1927 the Vienna to Innsbruck via Salzburg route, operated by Austrian Aviation AG.
In 1958 after the Second World War, Salzburg Airport opened a brand new passenger terminal building and control tower. As air travel continued to expand during the eighties and nineties, Salzburg managed to successfully achieve its passenger targets in the year 2000 with 1,265,000 passengers transiting the airport.
Lat: 47° 47' 36.00" N
Long: 13° 00' 16.00" E
Elevation: 1411ft (430m)
Runway length available: 2750m (9022ft)
Salzburg Airport does not have any dedicated Fixed Based Operators on-site, however all private aviation flights are welcomed and handled by ‘Salzburg Aviation Services’ – the ground services company that provide support for all aircraft landing or departing from Salzburg.
Customs and immigration facilities are also available, catering for flights originating outside of Austria and the European Union.
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