City Airport Train
|City Airport Train|
|Owner||City Air Terminal Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H|
|Line length||19 kilometers (12 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
Trains run between the airport and Wien Mitte train station daily every half hour from 05:36 am to 23:39 pm. For the approximately 20 kilometer route the CAT requires 16 minutes without intermediate stops. In the fiscal year 2015, 1.4 million passengers were transported, representing an increase of 6%, compared to 2014.
At the airport as well as at Wien Mitte, the CAT departs from specially designated platforms. In Vienna the departure point, called City Air Terminal, is located on the ground floor of the shopping center Wien Mitte The Mall.
Passengers can check in their baggage at the City Air Terminal at the railway station Wien-Mitte and get their boarding passes. The City Air Terminal offers all the services of an international airport terminal with both manned check-in desks and self-service check-in kiosks. This service is available from 24 hours until 75 minutes before departure. Airlines that offer check in include Austrian, Air Berlin, Fly Niki, Lufthansa and Swiss.
The CAT offers particularly wide aisles, ample luggage space, free Wi-Fi, power outlets and TV screens on the train providing visitors with information about Vienna. A variety of German and English newspapers and magazines are available free of charge on the train and in the stations.
Tickets may already be booked on the Internet at www.cityairporttrain.com or at the CAT ticket machines at the City Air Terminal at Wien Mitte and the Vienna Airport.
The C-Club is the customer club of the City Airport Train. C-Club members earn C-Points that can be redeemed for rewards. Membership is free.
Tickets can be bought at both destinations at the CAT counters and the ticket vending machines, on the train (with additional charges) or online in advance. A combined ticket can be purchased for onward travel in Vienna.
Ticket prices are €12 (single) and €19 (return) - online prices are €11 and €17. Children under the age of 15 travel for free.
The CAT is powered by zero-emission traction current from 100% renewable energy (92% hydro, 8% wind power).
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