Right in the centre of one of the sunniest regions of the Alps with the most stable weather conditions you can find our airport Lienz-Nikolsdorf (LOKL).
It's located in the valley of the river Drau, just about 7 miles southeast of downtown Lienz. Due to the outstanding thermic conditions starting early during the year it's long been famous among glider pilots. But also for those of you with powered aircraft there is a lot to see around Lienz - like the Lienz Dolomites, the Lakes Area of Carinthia, the Main Ridges of the Alps with majestic peaks and of course the famous 'Tre Cime Di Lavaredo' in the Sexten Dolomites. All those places of interest are just a few minutes away from Lienz - also during a sightseeing flight.
But even beyond flying, there's a lot to do in the Lienz Region: Hiking, rafting, paragliding, golfing, skiing and much more.
Approach via aircraft
Approaching from the north you have to pay attention to the limitations
of 'Hohe Tauern National Park': No powered aircraft below 16.500ft MSL.
Approaching from the south you have to avoid the 'Nockberge National Park'.
Approach on ground
Arriving from Germany by car you can reach Lienz via Kufstein, Kitzbühel, Pass Thurn, Mittersill, the Felbertauern Road (toll) and Matrei. Or take the Autobahn via Innsbruck, the 'Brenner'-Pass to Brixen, then via Pusteria to Lienz. You can also approach via Salzburg and the autobahn A10 to Spittal, then to Lienz.
Via public transport you can use train service from Innsbruck via 'Brenner' and Pusteria to Lienz, or catch the Express-Bus from Kitzbühel to Lienz.
Closest international Airport is Klagenfurt (KLU).
Lienz is a medieval city in Tyrol, Austria. It is the administrative center of the Lienz district (Bezirk) in East Tyrol. Lienz is located on the rivers Isel and Drava, and has a population of c. 12,000 (as of 2001). It received its city rights on February 25, 1242. Liebburg, the City Hall of Lienz.
Lienz is located at a road junction between the federal Felbertauern road (B108), a road to the Pustertal valley (B100) and South Tyrol, and a road to the Drautal valley and Carinthia. It is also connected by the Austrian Southern Railway. By the consistent growth of the city of Lienz, some smaller villages which were beyond Lienz formerly, are now widely known to be suburbs of Lienz. Those suburbs contain (clockwise from north): Thurn, Gaimberg, Nu?dorf, Debant, Tristach, Amlach and Leisach.
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