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"thought it would be better organised"

(United Kingdom)

Linz Airport is not great. Nothing here. Officious, overzealous staff. Probably nothing else to do apart from deal with Ryanair flights. There is a little cafe near the entrance to departures. If you fancy a tea / coffee or a pretzel get one there before you pass through departure. There is a small duty free shop and a small grotty bar at the gate. Nothing else. For a small Airport you'd have thought it would be better organised.
Experience At AirportDeparture Only
Date VisitJuly 2016
Type Of TravellerCouple Leisure
Queuing Times 12345
Terminal Cleanliness 12345
Terminal Seating 12345
Terminal Signs 12345
Food Beverages 12345
Airport Shopping 12345
Wifi Connectivity 12345
Airport Staff 12345
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5/10

"nothing is really professional"

(Poland)

It was by far the smallest airport I have ever been to. Actually I wanted to go to Austria, and I found a ticket a this city so I booked and stayed there a couple of days. The airport handles only a few flights per day so nothing is really professional. We got off the plane, walked to a hall immediately, and then it was the exit and taxis were waiting, I guess all the way from the plane to the taxi was less than 100 meters. Hopefully, it was a flight in the schengen area, otherwise, as I took a glimpse, the border control would be a bit of a nightmare.
Experience At AirportArrival Only
Date VisitDecember 2015
Type Of TravellerCouple Leisure
Queuing Times 12345
Terminal Cleanliness 12345
Terminal Seating 12345
Terminal Signs 12345
Food Beverages 12345
Airport Shopping 12345
Airport Staff 12345
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Linz Airport customer review

For a small airport the organisation is almost unbelievably poor - when passing through here twice last week it took an eternity to exit passport control because of the officiousness and dead-slow working speed of Austrian immigration staff. On the way back there was chaos around the boarding gate area as two (yes two!) flights were boarding simultaneously through adjacent gates (leaving 8 others empty) and no attempt was made to direct queues or instruct passengers to wait for their number sequence for a Ryanair flight. A useful airport yes - but as poor as other contributors have said.
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Linz Airport customer review

The airport is tiny the shops are few and expensive even when compared to other small Austrian airports such as Salzburg. The opening times are poor by western standards (this is a general trend in the country). There is a departure room at Linz where once you have gone in you cannot go out . There is no prior warning of this fact there are armed police there to stop you leaving something to do with international law depends where your destination country is. It is literally one room before the runway with one drinks machine (poor) and one food machine (poor). The airport is terrible but it may still be the best option if you want a cheap flight to that area of Austria.
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Linz Airport customer review

The airport is ultra-small. I arrived some 3 hours early and found myself trapped in an airport with nothing. There's a duty-free shop a cafe and if I remember correctly nothing else. There isn't even a TV (well I don't understand German but at least a TV gives you something to watch). Those 3 hours were the worst part of my trip to Austria. While the airport itself is obviously under-used certain facilities simply have to be provided to make the life of the handful of users easier.
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Linz Airport customer review

Linz is indeed a very small airport however it serves it's purpose. Facilities are limited and flying in at 4:15pm I found the few shops were almost all shut. The hourly bus is excellent value for money at 2.20EUR (compared to the £14 I paid in London approx 18EUR) and only takes 20 minutes non stop to the city centre. Beware there is only ONE medium sized duty free shop after passport control.
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Linz Airport customer review

Linz is a really small airport! It is only a few kilometer away from the city but to go to the city is either expensive or takes a lot of time. The taxi costs EUR 2200 from the Central railway station to the airport (for this distance it is a lot!). The Bus costs around EUR 200 but there is only 1 bus an hour. I won't spend their more time than necessary because there is nothing! one or two shops and cafes but not more!! It's ideal for Ryanair but otherwise I would try to bypass this airport.
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