Innsbruck Airport (ICAO: LOWI, IATA: INN) is known locally as Kranebitten Airport, and is the largest international airport in Tyrol, Austria. Typically activity increases during the winter due to a high number of skiers travelling to the region, with the busiest day in 2018 being the 17th February with 60 movements. It is used for both commercial and private aviation however certain aircrafts are prohibited from landing due to vicious winds.
Innsbruck Airport is located 5 km west of Innsbruck, Austria, around a 15 minute drive to top ski resorts.
Each year Innsbruck Airport completes around 6500 movements, just over 3000 departures and arrivals. These are all to its 494 airport connections - 13 across Austria, 409 in Europe and 72 outside Europe. Top country connections in 2018 include Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, the United Kingdom and Spain. It's top airport connections include Prague Ruzyně, Salzburg, Farnborough, Moscow Vnukovo, Zürich and Vienna International. The most active aircraft at Innsbruck Airport are Cessna Citation CJ1, Cessna Citation Excel / XLS, Cessna Citation II, Cessna Citation III and most often the Gulfstream G100.