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Innsbruck: introduction

Innsbruck Airport, located in the heart of the Austrian Alps, is an important gateway to the Tyrol region. Offering a spectacular approach through the Alpine valleys, it is popular with international travelers and winter sports enthusiasts alike. Open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. – 7 days a week, the airport plays a crucial role in the region’s tourism and economic development. It features a 2,000-metre asphalt runway. Because of its 30% approach slope and 5-meter elevation, pilots need a special license to make landings. Find out more about Innsbruck airport with AEROAFFAIRES.

Innsbruck: a little history

The history of Innsbruck airport, also known as Kranebitten, dates back to 1925. At that time, its main purpose was to establish an air link with nearby Munich. However, the geographical limitations of this location soon became apparent. The surrounding mountains made take-offs and landings difficult, especially for wide-body aircraft.

To remedy these problems, a new airport was built to the west of the city in 1948. This new facility was designed to meet the growing needs of air traffic. Innsbruck airport underwent a period of significant development over the following decades. It became a vital hub for international and domestic travel.

In addition, by hosting the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976, the airport played a crucial role. This also contributed to the city’s reputation as a leading winter sports destination.

Over the years, Innsbruck Airport has continued to adapt to technological developments and the growing demands of aviation. In the 1990s, major investments were made to modernize the facilities.

Today, Innsbruck Airport remains a crucial part of the Tyrol region’s transport infrastructure. Its history bears witness to its importance as an aviation hub in the Austrian Alps, and its central role in the region’s economic and tourism development.

How do I get to Innsbruck by private jet?

Travelling to Innsbruck by private jet offers a fast and exclusive travel experience. Travelers can customize their itinerary according to their needs and benefit from exclusive services.

At Innsbruck airport, travelers enjoy exclusive access to FBOs (private terminals). These FBOs offer a wide range of services, including concierge, catering, VIP lounges and transfer services. AEROAFFAIRES also offers personalized ground transfer services. Enjoy a smooth and exclusive journey.

Pets are also accepted at Innsbruck airport, in accordance with current regulations.

Discover Innsbruck by private jet with AEROAFFAIRES!

Experts in private aircraft charter, AEROAFFAIRES offers VIP, personalized service at the best price. Whatever aircraft you’re looking for, your dedicated flight consultant will provide you with 24/7 assistance up to 2 hours before your flight.

Nearly 95,000 passengers have already flown with AEROAFFAIRES, on more than 20,000 different private aircraft. Traveling with AEROAFFAIRES also means supporting our Sky CO2 program, which helps finance the preservation of ecosystems in France.

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Price estimate for the rental of a private jet

The prices below are given as a guide. To estimate the price of your trip, please contact us to draw up a quote to meet your precise requirements.
From To Duration Plane Price Seats Price per passenger
🇩🇪 Munich 🇦🇹 Innsbruck 00:35 PILATUS PC-12 Turboprop Aircrafts 3 400€ 6 566€
🇫🇷 Paris 🇦🇹 Innsbruck 01:25 CESSNA CITATION MUSTANG Very Light Jets 8 800€ 4 2 200€
🇨🇭 Geneva Cointrin 🇦🇹 Innsbruck 00:55 PILATUS PC-24 Light Jets 8 800€ 8 1 100€

Useful information


Fürstenweg 180, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Airport coordinates:

  • IATA Code : INN
  • ICAO Code : LOWI
  • GPS: 47° 15′ 37″ north, 11° 20′ 38″ east
  • Latitude: 47.260N
  • Longitude: -11.343W
  • Altitude: 581 m
  • Runway length: 2000 meters

The 2000-meter asphalt runway can accommodate all types of aircraft, including turboprops, light and medium private jets, as well as regional and airliners.

Because of its 30% approach slope and 5-meter elevation, pilots need a special license to land on this runway.

Opening hours: the airport is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week.

Innsbruck airport has several FBOs, including Universal aviation, General aviation center and Magnum FBO.

These FBOs offer a wide range of services, including :

  • VIP lounge
  • Work room
  • Rest room
  • Concierge service
  • Catering
  • Wifi
  • Luggage services
  • Car rental
  • Hotel reservation
  • Pets allowed

Location & access

Innsbruck airport is about 5 kilometers from downtown Innsbruck. The drive takes around 10 minutes.

The A12 and A13 Austrian freeways offer convenient access to this Alpine region along the Austro-German border.

Innsbruck’s nearest resort, Seefeld, is a 30-minute drive from Innsbruck airport.

AEROAFFAIRES organizes your ground transfers. Benefit from an exclusive, personalized trip.


AEROAFFAIRES recommends a stay at the Jagdhof Hotel. This luxurious hotel offers SPA services and fine dining.

Local attractions include the famous Crystal Museum, the Imperial Palace, Ambras Castle and the surrounding ski resorts.

A question? Contact our team

Innsbruck : location de jet privé

Isabelle CLERC


Innsbruck : location de jet privé

François-Xavier CLERC


Our airline experts remain at your disposal to help you at every stage of your reservation.

  • How far is Innsbruck from Vienna?

    The distance between Innsbruck and Vienna is around 500 kilometers, equivalent to a 5-hour drive or a 1-hour flight.

  • What are the most famous ski resorts in Innsbruck?

    Innsbruck’s most famous ski resorts include Nordkette, Axamer Lizum, Kitzbuhel, Sölden, St Anton and Patscherkofel.

  • What are the regulations for transporting pets in Innsbruck?

    Passengers wishing to travel with their pets to Innsbruck must present the animal’s passport and health record.

  • What's the nearest ski resort to Innsbruck?

    The nearest station to Innsbruck is Seefeld, a 30-minute drive from Innsbruck airport.

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