Salzburg, Austria Airports & Charter Routes

Salzburg’s rich history can be seen throughout its classical architecture and breathtaking landmarks. Celebrated fortresses and captivating houses of worship grow from the very grounds that famed musicians and artists once called home. Salzburg is home to enchanting, baroque castles and palaces overlooking modern, yet rustic towns. With a panoramic blanket formed by the Eastern Alps, this city is alive and well, with countless sights and activities for any jetsetter’s agenda. Charter a private jet to Salzburg and experience a grand Austrian adventure.

Starting from the top, Fortress Hohensalzburg looks over all of Salzburg, while simultaneously offering views of the white-capped alps and its surrounding landscape. In the early morning, visitors of the fortress can catch the sunrise as it casts its rays on the mountainside, from a 360-degree vantage point. This consequential piece of Austrian history provides its guests with tours of its ornately decorated interior. Following your tour, guests can conclude their visit with a mid-afternoon meal at the Burgschenke Tavern for an authentic Austrian lunch with a view.

Of the many highlights of Salzburg are its high rising cathedrals and palaces, including Salzburg Alstadt, or Old Town. Nestled on the banks of the Salzach River, this embellished town offers endless activities despite its small size. Many narrow roads and walkways lead to large town squares in the center, where jetsetters can shop the diverse selection of artisan shops and high-end boutiques. Buildings range from middle-aged construction to more modern architectural designs.

Within the assemblage of rococo structures in Alstadt, travelers can stop by some of the city’s most beloved museums. Of these galleries is the Mozarts Geburtshaus, or the birthplace of Mozart, where artifacts and exhibits of Mozart’s early childhood are on display. With a private jet to Salzburg, you can experience the renowned composer’s beginnings, assembled in the same home in which he was raised, replicating the environment that shaped who he would come to be.

Strolling through the Alstadt, visitors can spend a portion of their stay at the Salzburg Museum. Here, artifacts and paintings dating back to the Renaissance period present themselves under a ceiling as beautiful as the art on display. Travelers of Salzburg can also admire panoramic paintings that will leave them spinning.

Whether you’re a lover of art or architecture, a private jet charter to Salzburg will delight you.

Salzburg, Austria Private Jet Airports

  • Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart (SZG / LOWS) — This is Austria’s second-largest airport and serves as a gateway to Austria’s many ski resorts. It is located two miles from Salzburg’s city center and two miles from the Austria-German border.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Salzburg, Austria

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Salzburg, Austria

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from London to Salzburg, Austria will cost $10,500 or more in a Light Jet, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Salzburg, Austria that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
London$10,500Light Jet6-8
Paris$9,000Light Jet6-8
Milan$5,500Very Light Jet3-5
Athens$12,500Light Jet6-8

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Salzburg, Austria

  • Sheraton Grand Salzburg
  • Hotel Gardner Hirsch, Salzburg
  • Hotel Sacher Salzburg
  • Radisson Blu Hotel Altstadt
  • Bristol Hotel Salzburg

Restaurants in Salzburg, Austria

  • Cuisino-Casino Restaurant Salzburg
  • The Glass Garden
  • Restaurant Ikarus
  • Restaurant Esszimmer
  • IMLAUER Sky Bar & Restaurant

Arts, Culture, and Sights of Salzburg, Austria

  • Fortress Hohensalzburg
  • Salzburg Alstadt
  • Mozarts Geburtshaus
  • Salzburg Museum
  • Salzburg Slate Alps