Turkish Airlines offers one direct flight once in a week from Ankara to Vienna. These direct flights which take nearly two and a half hours take off from Ankara Esenboğa Airport (ESB) and land at Vienna Schwechat Airport (VIE). Passengers wishing to increase their flight alternatives in this route may also consider the connecting flights over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in Istanbul. Likewise, Turkish Airlines offers 20 connecting flight alternatives in average every day from Ankara to Vienna; therefore passengers have a chance to select the most convenient flight to set their plan.
Situated in the Central Anatolian Region, Ankara has an administrative duty as the country’s capital. This beautiful city with a busy air traffic all year round both for touristic or political visits hosts the first assembly of the Republic of Türkiye in the history, as well as the present parliament serving today.
Atakule, captivating by its panoramic Ankara view, the glorious Ankara Castle, and Rahmi M. Koç Museum offering joyful spots and a large collection are the top popular destinations in the capital. The crowded squares like Kızılay and Tandoğan, together with Anıtkabir, the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of the Republic of Türkiye, and Kuğulu Park (Swan Park) with its pretty cafés shine out as other noteworthy attractions.
Esenboğa Airport (ESB) in Ankara hosting busy air traffic is 28 kilometers to the city center. Passengers booking their flights from Ankara with Turkish Airlines take off from this airport.
It is possible to consider a couple of alternatives for reaching Esenboğa Airport (ESB). The municipal buses EGO numbered 442 depart from Kızılay and reach the airport over Aşti (City’s Bus Terminal).
Another alternative would be the airport shuttles setting off from 19 Mayıs Stadium. Those interested in a personal option may get on the cabs operating 7/24 all over Ankara to reach the airport in a comfortable way.
As the capital of Austria, Vienna shines out by its verdant nature and utterly glorious works of art. Being a landmark in culture and art, this historic capital is visited all year round by millions with thanks to its peerless beauties. Arousing interest by its rich cuisine as well, Vienna ranks among the top charming European destinations by its countless museums with broad collections, opera and theatre houses where brilliant performances and unforgettable plays take place, its joyful parks and glittering streets. Make sure to visit during your stay the most remarkable icons, the summer palace Schönbrunn, and Hofburg Palace enthralling by its museum complex, and enjoy your time by watching a play at State Opera House and visit the Museum of Natural History.
There is one airport serving to the air traffic in Vienna: Schewechat Airport (VIE) is located 15 kilometers to the center. Passengers with a flight ticket to Vienna with Turkish Airlines land at this airport.
It is possible to get on the S-Bahn trains to reach the center from airport. Trains set off from the terminal and head towards Wien-Mitte Station. You may also reach this station via the Floridsdorf Train serving from 05.00 to 24.00 and transfer here to other means to reach anywhere in the city. You may head toward Stephansplatz with U3 subway line and Karlsplatz with U4. Another alternative would be the CAT trains serving from airport to Wien-Mitte, operating less frequently in the same route.
Moreover, it is possible to get to the center within 20 minutes via IC / Railjet express trains operating between Vienna Schwechat Airport (VIE) and Vienna Central Railway Station in every thirty minutes.
In addition to all these, you may also get the cabs operating on the way out the airport 7/24 to reach any spot in the city in a comfortable way.