Flights from Cork to Vienna

Flight information Cork to Vienna

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Average flight time, total distance 1830 kilometres

4h 50min

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British Airways


1 airport

Flights from Cork to Vienna

Information is correct as of June 2016

Airlines that fly from Cork to Vienna

British Airways and KLM both have connecting flights to London. KLM and British Airways have codeshares with Aer Lingus, Ireland’s national carrier. KLM stopover in Amsterdam, whereas British Airways stopover in Heathrow.

Terminal Information – Departing

Cork’s airport is deal for fast getaways. There is only one terminal, and you can easily see all check in desks from the entrance. The Jack Lynch Lounge means you can relax in style, which costs €20 Euros for 3 hours access on the day. The shops in Cork Airport also provide plenty to buy – whether you fancy popping into Tom Ford, Pandora or Crème de la Mer. You could always stock up on Tayto chips too. Of course, there’s an Information desk, WHSmith and Spar before security as well. There are places to eat in Cork Airport both before and after security. If you dine landside, you can choose between Cork Food Market or Coffee Roasters. On the airside, the Lir Café has a selection of Segafredo coffee and desserts. There are ATMs on both sides of security, however the ATM after security only dispenses Euros. Free Wifi is available throughout Cork Airport.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Vienna Airport (Flughafen Wien) is a clean and modern airport, located 20km southeast of downtown Vienna. The EU queues in passport control usually go down very fast, and you’ll be through to baggage claim in no time. The arrivals hall in Vienna Airport is also rather lush – instead of rushing to your next destination, you can browse Dolce & Gabbana, Falke, Furla, Hugo Boss, Ugg and Swarvoski on your way out. There’s a wide variety of places to eat in Vienna Airport, whether you want a Burger King, Austrian Beer from Airbrew or a healthy kale smoothie from the Juice Factory. Vienna Airport also have fast and unlimited Wifi, which is perfect for business calls or finding your next destination.

How to get to Vienna


You can jump in a cab at any time from Vienna Airport, and a trip to the city centre will cost around €40. However, if you prebook at cab from the airport, it will cost around €30. This is one of the fastest and easiest ways to get to Vienna.

City Airport Train

This is the fastest way to get to Wien Mitte, taking just 16 minutes to get to Vienna. The CAT costs €11 for a one way ticket, and €17 for a return. These trains run every 30 minutes between 6 am and 12pm. This PDF shows where you’ll be dropped by the CAT (next to Mitte Station), and where you can go from here.

S Bahn (train)

The best way to get around Vienna is via S Bahn. The Express Airport Train starts at 6.30am, and ends at 11pm, running every 30 minutes to Vienna Hauptbahnhof. This ticket costs € 4.40, and the trip takes 15 minutes to get to Vienna’s most connected station. A 24-hour city ticket in Vienna will cover all S Bahn and bus journeys beyond the CAT, and costs €7.60. The S7 runs to and from Vienna Airport to Mitte, at every 18 and 48 minutes past the hour. One ticket costs €4.40, and it takes 25 minutes to reach the centre. If you have extremely heavy luggage, you may find the bus or a taxi easier, as there are steps going up onto each S Bahn train in Vienna. You must buy and validate your S Bahn ticket before boarding at the counters in Vienna Airport. The platform is a 5-minute walk from the arrivals hall – follow the signs to get there.

Buses from Vienna Airport

Buses depart 24 hours a day to and from Vienna Airport, and each trip lasts just 20 minutes. The buses are also equipped to deal with one suitcase per person – maybe try a taxi if you’re carrying a lot.

There are 3 airport lines that run to Wien Morzinplatz, Wien Donauzentru, and Wien Westbahnhof. Wien Morzinplatz is one of the most central squares in Vienn, perfect for getting to most hotels and hostels in the city. There are plenty of other services running to Erdberg, Münchendorf and Graz, which you can find here. One bus journey costs €8 one-way. You can purchase tickets at Vienna Airport.

Car rentals are available from Vienna Airport, and this is one of the fastest ways to get to Vienna, Salzburg or the Alps. This is also perfect if you plan on skiing in Austria.

Getting to Linz and Salzburg from Vienna

The train to Linz lasts 1h 43 minutes, and the train to Salzburg lasts 2h 49 minutes from Vienna Airport. You can purchase tickets for these trains from the airport. Tickets to Linz start at€37, and tickets to Vienna start at €67. Check the timetables and frequency of trains to and from Vienna Airport here.

Practical Information

You should arrive in Cork 2 hours prior to your scheduled departure time.

Vienna is 1 hour ahead of Cork.

In Austria, they use the Euro – no need to exchange currencies.

What to expect in Vienna

Both Cork and Vienna have very high standards of living – however, Cork is actually more expensive than Vienna! The local food and restaurants in Vienna make it much more affordable to eat out than in Cork, however, the transport in Vienna will eat into your budget if you rely heavily on trains and taxis. A one-way journey in Zone 1 in Vienna costs €2.20, and €4.40 if it’s between 2 zones. A domestic beer in Vienna is usually €1.50 cheaper than an average beer in Cork, too. As Vienna is such small city, you should consider walking as much as possible – this is the best way to see the beautiful little streets of the Austrian capital.

Our top 10 things to do in Vienna will help you navigate the city – and Vienna’s famous coffee houses are definitely the place to sit and plan your trip!

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