Friedrichshafen Airport is the fast turnaround gateway for skiers visiting top ski resorts and hidden gems in the Vorarlberg region of Austria, Graubunden in north east Switzerland and the Allgäu.
Glittering winter landscapes, safe ski areas and alluring apres ski, it is all there for winter sports fans to experience in the Austrian, Swiss and German Alps. Whether skiing, snowboarding or cross-country skiing – the well-groomed downhill ski slopes, off-piste terrain and all manner of Alpine snow fun and action, are waiting in Vorarlberg, in Graubunden and in the Allgäu.
Fly to the ski slopes via the Bodensee Airport
Not everybody is lucky enough to live close to the Alps. Traffic congestion on the roads, black ice on the roads or snow chain requirements in higher elevations all make driving to your ski holiday by car a challenge. And the time-consuming drive is often not worth the effort. So why not travel by air to the Bodensee Airport Friedrichshafen for your next ski trip?
The Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen in south-west Germany is close to the border with Switzerland, Austria and Liechtenstein and is a gateway to more than 50 ski resorts including well-known ski resorts St Anton, Lech-Zurs, Ischgl in West Austria, Davos, Klosters, Arosa, Lenzerheide, Flims-Laax, Savognin and St. Moritz in the East Switzerland, Malbun in Liechtenstein, and Oberstdorf and Oberstaufen in the Allgau region of Germany.
London – Friedrichshafen in less than two hours
For winter season 2012/2013 there are regular scheduled direct flights from London Gatwick and Manchester to the Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen (FDH) via Monarch Airlines A320 or A321 four times per week (Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from London Gatwick (LGW) and twice a week (Thursday and Saturday) from Manchester (MAN).
Lufthansa offers up to three daily connections from London Gatwick to Friedrichshafen via the Frankfurt hub. In addition, Lufthansa also services the Edinburgh-Friedrichshafen route daily via the Frankfurt hub.
Fast transfers from Friedrichshafen airport to the snow
The easy connections to public transport systems make the Bodensee Airport Friedrichshafen very popular with flight guests in winter. The railway station directly in front of the airport ensures a quick connection to the railway network and the numerous shuttle bus services provide for an even more comfortable journey into the ski areas.
The Bregenzerwald, Brandnertal, Montafon and other Vorarlberg ski resorts can be reached by bus with MyTransfer. The Ski Express Arlberg takes you to the renowned Arlberg winter sport resorts such as St Anton and Lech-Zurs, shuttle services to ski holiday destinations in Switzerland are run by the Engadin St Moritz Express and the Graubunden Express, and the Allgau Walser Express for ski resorts in the Allgau.
Transfers should ideally be reserved at least 48 hours beforehand. More information on the Bodensee Airport Friedrichshafen and other transfer possibilities to the winter sport resorts is also available on the Friedrichshafen airport website.
For more information or to book online, please follow these links:
Flughafen Friedrichshafen GmbH
Am Flugplatz 64, 88046 Friedrichshafen
Tel: +49 (0) 7541 / 284-0
Email: [email protected]
Friedrichshafen Airport serving …
Brandnertal, Brand, Burserburg, Bregenzerwald, Au-Schoppernau, Damuls-Mellau, Warth-Schrocken, Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl, Kleinwalsertal, Riezlern, Laterns, Lech, Montafon, Nauders, Pitztal, See, Servaus, Sonnenkopf, St Anton am Arlberg, Stuben, Tannheimer Tal, Zürs
Arosa, Bergün-Filisur, Bivio, Braunwald, Brigels Waltensburg, Davos, Disentis-Sedrun, Elm, Flims-Laax-Falera, Flumserberg, Klosters, Lenzerheide-Valbella, Minschuns, Obersaxen Mundaun, Pizol- Heidiland, Pontresina, Samnaun, San Bernardino, Savognin, Scoul, Silvaplana, Splügen, St. Moritz, Toggenburg, Val Lumnezia, Vals, Zuoz
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