Stuttgart Airport (ICAO: EDDS, IATA: STR) is the sixth busiest airport in Germany. A large number of FBO's are stationed at the airport to provide services for the many private jet customers who take interest in the German car industry. It holds a place as the sixth busiest airport in Germany, boasting four passenger terminals and one runway. Stuttgart Airport's busiest day in 2018 was the 14th June with 82 movements.
Stuttgart Airport is located around 13 km south of Stuttgart city centre, around a 20 minute drive away.
Top destinations Stuttgart Airport is connected to include Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Spain. These are just a few of the 653 airport connections - 100 in Germany, 418 in Europe and 135 outside of Europe. It's most popular airport pairings include Braunschweig Wolfsburg, Berlin-Schönefeld, Salzburg, Munich, Zurich and Paris Le Bourget. Yearly it completes around 11000 movements, 5500 departures and arrivals. Its most active private aircraft includes the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS, Cessna Citation CJ3 and the Challenger 600 series, as well as the Cessna-M2 and the King Air 90.