List of Airports By ICAO Code: L - LO – Austria

LO – Austria

Also see airport category and list.

  • LOAG - Krems-Gneixendorf Airfield - Gneixendorf, Lower Austria
  • LOAN – Wiener Neustadt East AirportWiener Neustadt, Lower Austria
  • LOAV - Vöslau-Kottingbrunn Airfield - Bad Vöslau, Lower Austria
  • LOGG - Punitz Airfield - Güssing, Burgenland
  • LOKF – Feldkirchen Airfield – Ossiacher See, Carinthia
  • LOLG – St. Georgen Airfield – Leutzmannsdorf, Lower Austria
  • LOLO – Linz Ost Airfield (Linz East Airfield) – Linz, Upper Austria
  • LOLW – Wels Airport – Wels, Upper Austria
  • LOWG (GRZ) – Graz Airport (Thalerhof Airport) – Graz, Styria
  • LOWI (INN) – Innsbruck Airport (Kranebitten Airport) – Innsbruck, Tyrol
  • LOWK (KLU) – Klagenfurt Airport (Woerthersee Airport) – Klagenfurt, Carinthia
  • LOWL (LNZ) – Linz Airport (Blue Danube Airport) – Linz, Upper Austria
  • LOWS (SZG) – Salzburg Airport (W. A. Mozart Airport) – Salzburg, Salzburg
  • LOWW (VIE) – Vienna International Airport (Schwechat Airport) – Schwechat, Lower Austria
  • LOXA - Aigen-Fiala Fernbrugg Air Base - Aigen im Ennstal, Styria
  • LOXE - Austrian Air Force-internal designation of Allentsteig-Military Airfield (not officially listed by ICAO)
  • LOXG - Austrian Air Force-designation of Graz-Nittner Air Base at Graz Airport (LOWG)
  • LOXL - Austrian Air Force-designation of Linz-Vogler Air Base at Linz Airport (LOWL)
  • LOXN - Wiener Neustadt West Airport - Wiener Neustadt, Lower Austria
  • LOXT - Langenlebarn Air Base also known as Fliegerhorst Brumowski - Tulln, Lower Austria
  • LOXW - Austrian Air Force-designation of Vienna International Airport (LOWW)
  • LOXZ – Zeltweg Air Base – Zeltweg, Styria

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