There are currently no direct flights from Stansted to Innsbruck, meaning you’ll need to take a connecting service when travelling on this route. Vienna is the most likely destination for a stopover, although you should keep an eye on how long the wait will be, and whether it’s an overnight connection.
The price of Stansted to Innsbruck flights remains fairly consistent throughout the year, although departure times do vary. During the winter outbound services tend to depart in the evening, which will likely mean travelling overnight and arriving in Innsbruck early the next morning. During this period, connection times in Vienna are usually 7 – 10 hours.
Flights during the summer months usually entail a shorter wait of around two and a half hours in Vienna. They are more likely to depart in the morning, which will see you land in the Alpine town late in the evening. Return services set off in the afternoon during this period.
Innsbruck Airport is found just a couple of miles to the west of the town centre, which can be easily reached by public transport. There’s a bus stop outside the main airport building, from which bus route F heads into town, and terminates at Innsbruck’s central railway station. There are departures up to every 15 minutes and the journey takes approximately 20 minutes.
Taxis into town are inexpensive due to the distance, although they’ll become pricey if used to reach other destinations, or resorts, in the region. To this end there’s a wide range of local companies that provide transfers, such as Ötztal Shuttle and Airport Alpina Taxi Innsbruck.
The airport also offers a range of car hire firms to select from, including Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt.