Stuttgart Airport (STR) is an international airport located at 13 km south of Stuttgart city centre in Germany. This airport is situated in the limits among three cities: Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Stuttgart, and Fielderstadt, and it is the main airport in Baden-Wrttemberg, a region in the south-western corner of Germany whose capital is Stuttgart. This location makes Stuttgart Airport a good place for arranging airport transfer to ski resorts, especially because it is situated near the French and Swiss borders. The airport is served by many of the world’s most prolific airlines and the choice of destinations is comprehensive. It is one of the most used airports in Europe.
Stuttgart Airport is one of the most important airports in Germany, making possible ski transfers to Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Another characteristic that makes access to Stuttgart Airport easy is that it is just off A8 (Karlsruhe-Munich motorway). Also, it has four terminals in walking distance from one another. The airport was built in 1939 and its flight numbers are around 400 take-offs and landings per day, and 37 airlines serve it. Public transport options are available, but for most travellers the choice of an airport transfer to the resort is the easiest method of travel. There are also car hire facilities at the airport.
Airport transfer from Stuttgart Airport gives easy access to Baiersbronn, a German ski resort only 1 hour away. Ski transfers to other German ski resorts are also possible: Sasbachwalden is 1,5 hours away, and Fssen, Mggenbrnn, Mnstertal, Oberstanfen, Pforsten, Schwangner/Tegelberg, Gmund, Schluchsee, Feldberg, and Southofen are all at 2 hours distance. From Stuttgart Airport, it is also possible to arrange ski transfer to resorts in Austria which are 2,5 hours to 3 hours of distance, such as Bizau, Schruns, Schwarzenberg, Fontanella/Faschina, etc. Other ski resorts within the same distances include: Alberschwende, Daalas/Wald, Reutte, Andelsbuch, Laterns, Schruns, Bad Kohlgrub - Hrnle, Lermoos, Bad Ragaz, Tchagguns, Bischofsheim an der Rhn, Obermaiselstein-Grasgehren, Mellau, Vandans, Oberstdorf, Bolsterlang-Hrnerbahn, Raggal Marul, Einsiedeln, Kssen, Silbertal, Ellmau, Lech, St. Christoph am Arlberg, Eschenlohe, and many more across the region.
It is possible to get to most ski resorts by bus or taxi instead of a private Stuttgart airport transfer. For groups of three or more it is often best to arrange a ski transfer Stuttgart in advance with one of the Stuttgart airport transfer operators. Booking a private Stuttgart airport transfer will allow you to start you holiday without the stress of getting to the bus stations and paying expensive taxi fares. It is also the quickest method of getting to and from your chosen resort. However, it is worth knowing that the station is accessible by rail from Stuttgart city centre using the Suburban Railway service S2 or S3. This journey will take around 30 minutes. From Stuttgart railway station there are connections to many regional stations, with changes needed to get to and from the specific resorts. The close proximity of the A8 Motorway makes road travel a preferred option.