Innsbruck Airport, Austria
The Innsbruck Airport is located in Innsbruck, Austria on the northern hemisphere. Innsbruck Airport is a medium sized airport. It can handle only smaller aircraft. It has a control tower and facilities such as a filling station and runway lightings. Situated on the east of prime meridian, Innsbruck Airport is given the airport code of INN by International Air Transport Association (IATA). International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assigned Innsbruck Airport the code of LOWI. So where on earth is Innsbruck Airport located? It is located at longitude 11.34 degrees North of the Equator and latitude 47.26 degrees East of Greenwich. It is shown here in Austria on Pagenation.com.
Innsbruck Airport Runway:
- Runway 08; Heading: 81; Elevation: 1906 ft; Length: 6562 ft Asphalt.
- Runway 26; Heading: 261; Elevation: 1893 ft; Length: 6562 ft Asphalt.
IATA: INN. ICAO: LOWI.
Distance from Innsbruck Airport [INN]:
- Frankfurt am Main International Airport [INN-FRA], Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, 370km.
- Vienna International Airport [INN-VIE], Vienna, Austria, 402km.
- Duesseldorf International Airport [INN-DUS], Düsseldorf, Germany, 557km.
- Berlin-Tegel International Airport [INN-TXL], Berlin, Germany, 605km.
- Eindhoven Airport [INN-EIN], Eindhoven, Netherlands, 635km.
- Hamburg Airport [INN-HAM], Hamburg, Germany, 715km.
- Rotterdam Airport [INN-RTM], Rotterdam, Netherlands, 721km.
- Amsterdam Airport Schiphol [INN-AMS], Amsterdam, Netherlands, 733km.
- London Gatwick Airport [INN-LGW], London, United Kingdom, 941km.
- Bristol International Airport [INN-BRS], Bristol, United Kingdom, 1115km.
- Manchester Airport [INN-MAN], Manchester, United Kingdom, 1178km.
- Liverpool John Lennon Airport [INN-LPL], Liverpool, United Kingdom, 1210km.
Updated On: 12.06.05