Wien Schwechat Airport or Vienna International Airport (ICAO: LOWW, IATA: VIE) is the international airport of Austria's capital city Vienna. Vienna Airport boasts two runways, with plans in motion to add a third, alongside four passenger terminals. It is the country's largest airport and serves as a hub for Austrian Airlines. Wien Schwechat Airport is the busiest and biggest airport in Austria.
Wien Schwechat Airport is located in Schwechat, 18 km southeast of central Vienna and 56 km west of Bratislava.
Wien Schwechat Airport or Vienna International Airport has around 607 connections airports worldwide - 13 across Austria, 487 in Europe and 197 outside Europe. It's top country connections include Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Russia and the United Kingdom. Paris-Le Bourget, Zürich, Innsbruck, Nice-Côte d'Azur, Salzburg, Klagenfurt, Moscow Vnukovo are amongst some of its top airport pairings. Every year it hosts just under 15000 movements, around 7500 departures and arrivals. Vienna International Airport's most active private aircraft are the Cessna Citation CJ1, Global Express, Challenger 300 series, Cessna Citation CJ2 and the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS.