Innsbruck Airport

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Innsbruck Airport
Innsbruck Airport img1.jpg
Owner Tiroler
City Innsbruck, Austria
[Innsbtruck Airport website]
Runway Length Material
08/26 2000m Asphalt

Nestled high in the Austrian stretch of the Alps is Innsbruck Airport. Innsbruck is a seasonally busy airport that serves the ski/alpine industry. It takes local, national and international aviation traffic.

Use of the Innsbruck Airport is restricted to "High Performance" aircraft by Austrian authorities (see the Austro Control link below). The airport lies within a steep East-West valley, requiring non-ICAO standard procedures to approach and depart.



Approach maps have been provided in the links below. These are sourced from Austro Control - but may not necessarily be current.

Chart: Approach From East
Chart: Approach From West
Chart: Depart East or West

Approach From The East: ILS Approach RWY 26. Navigate to the Rattenberg NDB (RTT 303) at FL100. Salzburg Maxglan (LOWS) provides a close and suitable departure runway. From overhead RTT, turn to heading 211°, descend to 9600ft and intercept the ILS (111.1). Dial in Absam NDB 313. At Minimum Descent Altitude (overhead the Absam NDB), pilot must be visual or perform the prescribed missed approach. Turn to runway heading when required and land.

Approach from the West: LLZ/DME Approach into the circuit for a RWY 26 landing. Depart airport Memmingen Allgau (EDJA), navigate to Kempten VOR (KPT 109.6). Overhead KPT, join the 138 radial and navigate to the Kuhtai NDB (KTI 413), at FL130. When LLZ (111.10) is identified (not established), depart the NDB heading 104° not below FL115. At DME 20.4 miles, commence descent, and join the LLZ. Do not proceed below FL105 if not established on LLZ. Observe minimum altitudes on descent, stop descent at 3700ft. If visual, turn final and land, otherwise follow prescribed missed approach.


Departure maps have been provided in the links below. These are sourced from Austro Control - but may not necessarily be current.

Departure to the East: Using Absam NDB (AB 313) and LLZ (OEJ 109.7), depart RWY 08 at max climb. Fly overhead the NDB, establish on the LLZ, to 9500ft.

Departure to the West: Starting on Absam NDB (AB 313) and Kempten VOR (KPT 109.6), depart RWY 08 at max climb. Cross the AB NDB not below 5600ft and make right turn to 245, for Innsbruck NDB (INN 420). Cross INN not below 9400ft, turn to KPT. Altitude must be 11500 by 39 miles out of KPT.


Steep non-standard climb and descent angles, LLZ offset to runway heading. Try throwing some weather in for good measure.

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