Flughafen Linz Ges. mbH

Flughafenstraße 1
A-4063 Hörsching
Telefon +43 (7221) 600-0
Telefax +43 (7221) 600-100
E-Mail info@flughafen-linz.at
Internet www.flughafen-linz.at

Flughafen Linz-Blue Danube Airport as an important Economic Factor

As a central element of the Upper Austrian transportation infrastructure, Linz Airport ensures mobility and rapid access and is thus growing in significance as European integration progresses and the business world becomes increasingly interconnected.

Increasing national and international business interconnections in economic life are some of the factors which explain the growing demand for air transport services.

 


As interfaces of the different carriers, in future airports in general will increasingly become places where means of transport and transport carriers are linkedinto multi-modal transportation chains.

The Blue Danube Airport in Linz has already become a junction between air, rail and road.

 


Flughafen Linz-Blue Danube Airport is not only responsible as a turntable for 750,000 passengers and more than 27,000 tonnes of freight (last year), but at the same time it is also an important employer in the region.

Flughafen Linz GesmbH employs over 150 people and together with all the companies located at the airport provides around 650 people with a secure and future-oriented job.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flughafen Linz GesmbH



Supervisory Board:
Hofrat Dr. Franz Schneebauer (Vors.)

Manager:
Dipl. -Ing. Gerhard Kunesch

Shareholders:
City of Linz
State of Upper Austria
Republic of Austria

Year of Foundation:
1955

Employees:
151

Turnover:
295 Mio. ATS

Business Activity:
The main field of operation is the construction and operation of the Linz Horsching Airport, which has the legal status of a military airport with joint civilian use

Address:
Flughafenstraße 1
A-4063 Hörsching
Phone +43 (7221) 600-0
Fax +43 (7221) 600-100
E-Mail info@flughafen-linz.at
Internet www.flughafen-linz.at

 

 

 

 


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