Fast, easy and stress-free to AIRPOWER24

Convenient, environmentally friendly and just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the event site: Travelling to AIRPOWER24 by public transport has never been easier or quicker. AIRPOWER24 sets new standards in terms of transport!

Special trains

ÖBB’s special trains are a particularly sustainable, congestion-free and stress-free way of travelling from

  • LINZ and

to the terminal stations and can be directly at the AIRPOWER24 event site in just a few minutes with one of the free AIRPOWER shuttles. The departure times are in the morning hours so that you can get to AIRPOWER24 in time for the start of the event. The return times are shortly after the end of the event. The respective timetable will be announced in detail.

You can find the discounted special train tickets here.

ÖBB has also ensured a significant increase in the frequency of regional services and thus more local trains at the applicable fares on both days of the event. Information on the timetable and ticket bookings can be conveniently obtained via ÖBB Ticket Shop.

By bus from all over Austria to AIRPOWER24

With its own bus routes with hundreds of possible pick-up points throughout Austria, you can get directly to the event site.

The first 1,000 bus tickets cost just 24 euros at a special preferential price,
regardless of which corner of Austria you are travelling from.

You can find the bus tickets here.

Secure your parking tickets today!

If you still want to arrive by car or motorcycle, you will need a parking ticket, which can already be purchased conveniently via Ö-Ticket ( in advance. Large-capacity buses can also book their parking ticket today.

From all parking areas, you can either walk or take one of the free AIRPOWER shuttles directly to the event site. There is also a dedicated motorbike car park in the vicinity of the site, which can also be booked in advance via Ö-Ticket.

From the KRAUBATH parking lot, you can get to the event site free of charge on our own shuttle trains – the parking ticket previously booked via Ö-Ticket is then also valid as a train ticket.

Physically disabled persons have their own disabled parking spaces, which can be used free of charge on presentation of a disabled pass.

You can find the parking tickets here.

Environmentally friendly arrival from the region by bike

You have the greatest flexibility when traveling from the region by bike. It is possible to travel directly to the event site. Due to the enforced safety regulations, bringing your bike onto the site is unfortunately not allowed. However, you can park your bike at the Zeltweg Sports Centre in a separate and secured parking area.

Which routes do I take by car/motorcycle?

From Linz:First take the A7 towards the Linz junction (Knoten Linz), then continue on the A1 towards Salzburg to the Voralpenkreuz junction (Knoten Voralpenkreuz). Continue south on the A9 to the St Michael junction (Knoten St. Michael), before taking the S36 towards Judenburg. This will take you to Zeltweg.

From Salzburg: In Salzburg take the A10 in the direction of Klagenfurt, then leave the A10 at exit 104 at St. Michael in the direction of Tamsweg and continue via Murau in the direction of Scheifling. In Scheifling, turn left onto the S36. From here it goes directly to Zeltweg.

From Graz: Take the A9 to the St. Michael junction, where you take the S36 towards Judenburg, which will take you to Zeltweg.

From Vienna: Take the A2 south to Seebenstein junction, where you join the S6. Follow this until the St. Michael junction, where you take the S36 towards Judenburg, which will take you to Zeltweg.

From Klagenfurt: Take the A2 northbound to exit 241 Bad St. Leonhardt, where you leave the highway and take the B78, which will take you directly to Zeltweg.