Vienna International Airport is the largest airport serving Austria’s capital. The airport is capable of handling wide-body aircrafts up to the size of A380s. This Vienna International Airport Reviews will discuss the services and facilities provided by the airport and what they say about these services.

Reviews – What People Are Saying

Here are some Vienna International Airport reviews submitted by visitors and passengers who have used the services and facilities of the airport.

Vienna International Airport Reviews - Visitor Reviews Vienna International Airport Reviews - Visitor Reviews

Aesthetics

There are two information desks located at the departure levels and another one in the arrivals area where airport visitor may ask for travel advice or assistance. The airport staff stationed in the terminal and gate areas may also provide assistance to visitors who might need help. Visitors may also get contact the airport through their 24-hour flight information services.

Vienna International Airport Reviews - Airport DiningVienna Airport has a variety of dining establishments located in the terminals and gate areas. Air Cafe, Anker, Big Daddy, Brezel Meister, Burger King, Cafe+Co Bar, Caffe Ritazza, Culto Caffe e Cioccolato, Daily Roast, DeCanto, Demel, Heineken Bar, Henry, Johann’s Biereck, Juice Factory, Kulinariat, Market Place, McCafe, McDonald’s, Meinl Foodcourt, Rustichelli Mangione, Sky WIne Lounge, Starbucks Coffee, Take Off, The Dubliner, Vienna Tea & Coffee House and Zugvogel are some of the restaurants and cafes at the airport where visitors and passengers can enjoy a quick snack or get something to eat before leaving.

 

Vienna International Airport Reviews - Airport ShoppingShops such as Billa, Bipa, Bree, Burlington, Calvin Klein, Christ, Cigarette vending machine, Codello, Dolce & Gabbana, Ermenegildo Zegna, Falke, Flavors of Austria, Freywille, Furla, Gratiae, Hallohallo Shop, Happy Socks, Havaianas, Heinemann Duty Free, Hugo Boss, La Cure Gourmande, Liska, LolaandGrace, Longchamp, Manner, Memories, Michael Kors, Mr. Mobile, ObeyYourBody, Olymp, Paul & Shark, PEZ, Pharmacy, Philipp Plein, Picard, Rimowa, Rituals, Salvatore Ferragamo, Samsonite, Schmitt & Trunk, Senses of Austria, Spar, Swarovski, Tumi, Versace, Victoria’s Secret, Vilebrequin, Wolford, and several others are located in the different areas of the airport and passengers/visitors can visit these shops to find gift items for themselves or their loved ones.

Wifi internet access is free and Vienna Airport also has equipped work areas in gates F and G and seating areas at gates B and C that are equipped with power outlets and USB charging connections.

Directions

Vienna International Airport is located in Schwechat, 11 miles southeast of central Vienna. The airport is accessible by train, by car (taxis, car rental or private cars) and bus services.

Location – Traffic – Service

Vienna Airport serves as the hub for Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and Niki airline; as well as the focus city for Asiana Cargo and Korean Air Cargo. In 2016, the airport handled 23,352,016 passengers and recorded 226,811 aircraft movements.

Contact information:
    • Airport Code: VIE
    • Phone number:  +43 1 70070
    • Flight Information Services: +43 1 7007 22233
    • Website URL: www.viennaairport.com
    • Address: P.O. Box 1, A-1300 Vienna Airport, Austria

To sum it up…

The airport receives a number of positive feedback for previous visitors who have used their facilities and services. In some Vienna International Airport reviews submitted by visitors. Some of them complement the airport, saying that it has good signage, helpful ground staff and clean facilities; while some dissatisfied customers complain about not having enough shopping and dining establishments, slow internet access and not having enough facilities.

 

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