Salzburg Airport (ICAO: LOWS, IATA: SZG) is Austria's second largest airport and is a gateway to it's numerous ski areas. The airport boasts two passenger terminals as well as one runway, with a length of 2750m in a north direction. There is a General Aviation Terminal for private flyers. Salzburg Airport's busiest day in 2018 was the 15th August where there was around 55 movements.
Salzburg Airport is located 3 km southwest of Salzburg, taking less that 10 minutes by car.
Salzburg Airport in Austria has around 503 airports connections worldwide - 14 across Austria, 421 in Europe and 68 outside of Europe. It's top country connections include Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, the United Kingdom and Spain. Braunschweig Wolfsburg, Berlin Schönefeld, Düsseldorf, Linz, Schwäbisch Hall, Paris Le Bourget, St Gallen Altenrhein, Stuttgart, Zürich and Vienna International are all amongst Salzburg Airport's top airport pairings. It's most active private aircrafts include the Challenger 300 series Cessna Citation CJ2, Pilatus PC-12, Cessna Citation CJ3 and the most popular Cessna Citation Excel / XLS.