About Graz Airport (GRZ)
Graz Airport serves Austria's second biggest city, in the south east of the country. Our Graz Airport guide provides details on how to reach the airport, a run down of services available within the terminal, and recommendations of nearby accommodation.
An information counter (tel: +43 316 290 2172) is situated in the main departures hall.
The airport is signposted from the city centre. From central Graz follow route B67C westwards, turning left on to the B67 for 5km (3 miles), before taking the L377, then the L379, which passes directly outside the terminal.
The airport is located 9km (5.5 miles) south of Graz city centre.
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Public transport road:
Bus:Regular buses also operate between central Graz (outside the main railway station) and the airport. Journey time is 30 minutes, and the fare is €2.20. Bus stops are located immediately outside the terminal.
Taxi:Cabs are readily available outside Arrivals. Journey time into the city is upwards of 15 minutes depending on the time of day, and fares start from €20.
Public transport rail:
Surburban rail route S5 (tel: +43 316 290 2172; www.oebb.at) takes about 12 minutes to the airport from the city's central station, with its numerous national and international mainline connections (fare: €2.20).
A bank is open Mon-Fri, and an ATM service is available.
There is a restaurant and two cafés in the landside area of the terminal.
Duty free is available for non-EU passengers. A convenience store is also available in the public area.
A lost and found service is operated by the information desk (tel: +43 316 290 2172). Luggage storage facilities are not currently available at the airport.
Other facilities at Graz Airport include baby changing rooms, a children's play area and a number of tour operator desks.
Conference and business:
The airport has four meeting rooms available for hire (tel: +43 316 290 2322), with a capacity of up to 100 people. Additionally, there is a meeting room available in the VIP area of the General Aviation section of the terminal, post-security.
Meeting and event facilities are also available at the nearby Ramada Graz hotel (tel: +43 316 80 770; www.ramada.com).
The airport is fully accessible, with lifts and disabled toilet facilities. Designated disabled parking is available immediately opposite the terminal entrance. Passengers are advised to contact their airline in advance should they require special assistance.
Over 2,000 long- and short-term parking spaces are available at the airport, and spaces can be reserved online (www.skyparking.com). In the short-term car park, the first 30 minutes are free.
International car hire companies Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt are represented at the airport, along with several local operators. Offices are located on the ground floor of the car park, linked to the terminal's Arrivals area.