Arrival By Plane
73 international airlines offer scheduled services to Vienna. There are several daily flights to the main European capitals and business centres. Austrian airlines, the country flag carrier and official carrier of the 9th International Conference on Cochlear Implants, connect 116 cities worldwide with Vienna. This airline offers modern aircrafts and award-winning in-flight service. The Vienna International Airport is located in the south east of Vienna, 19 km and about 20 minutes away from the city centre.
You can go to the city by:
Outside the arrival hall there are taxis available (sign "Taxi" on the roof of the car). Driving time is about 25 - 40 minutes. Average fares to the centre of Vienna € 35 to € 40
Suburban Railway System
("S-Bahn" Lines S2, RSB 2, S1, RSB 1, RSB 3):
These trains travel from the airport to the city centre railway station "Wien Mitte". They leave at 10-30 minute-intervals between 4:54 and 22:39 daily and need 24 minutes to the city centre (€ 3 per person).
City Airport Train (CAT):
With a journey time of only 16 minutes non-stop, the City Airport Train is the fastest form of transport between the city centre and Vienna Airport. The CAT runs every day at 30-minute intervals - from 5.38 to 23.35. Thanks to the airliner atmosphere with air conditioned double-decker carriages and first class seating, your trip on the CAT is relaxing and stress-free.
As a participant of the 9th Conference on Cochlear Implants, you can obtain discounted tickets for the journey Airport - Vienna with the City Airport Train (CAT) in the period of 13 - 18 June 2006. For a single ticket you now only need to pay € 7,50 (normally € 9). The discounted tickets for the Vienna Airport Express can be bought directly from the train attendants upon presentation of your registration confirmation.
Several busses connect the airport with the city centre. At 20-minutes intervals, the Vienna Airport Lines depart to the city centre between 5:30 and 24:00 daily. The travel takes around 20 minutes