St Gallen-Altenrhein (ICAO: LSZR, IATA: ACH) is a small airport in Switzerland near Lake Constance. It is used for both private and commercial aviation, with a main terminal for all passengers. It also boasts 3 runways with a total length of 2100m, one of which is lighted. In 2018 it's busiest day was the 26th January with around 90 movements.
St Gallen Altenrhein Airport is located 19 km northeast of the city centre of St Gallen, around a 20 minute drive.
Altenrhein St-Gallen Airport has around 418 connections worldwide - 17 across Switzerland, 364 in Europe and 37 outside Europe. It's top country connections include Germany, Austria, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain. Top airport pairs include Schwäbisch Hall, Zurich, Salzburg, Vienna International, Amsterdam Schiphol, Nice Cote d'Azur, Farnborough and Geneva. Every year there are just under 6000 movements, with around 3000 departures and arrivals. Altenrhein St-Gallen Airport's most active private aircraft include the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS, Pilatus PC-12, Cessna Citation CJ2, Cessna Citation CJ3 and the Embraer Phenom 300.