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City Airport Train (CAT), Vienna

With a journey time of only 16 minutes from Vienna Airport to the city center, the City Airport Train is the fastest way to travel – without stress and traffic jams and in an environmentally friendly way. The CAT travels between Vienna International Airport and Wien-Mitte station every thirty minutes from early morning to late at night, 365 days a year.

Passengers can already 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.

The CAT offers particularly wide aisles, ample luggage space and TV screens on the train providing visitors with information about Vienna. The City Air Terminal Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H. (CAT) was founded at the end of February 2002. It is a joint subsidiary of Vienna Airport and the Austrian national rail company with an ownership ratio of 50.1% (V.A.) and 49.9% (A.N.R.C).

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ÖBB – Austria's largest mobility services provider

The ÖBB group is one of Austrias leading eco-friendly companies and transports 459 million passengers and 115 million tons of goods operating on 100% traction power from renewable sources. In 2016, ÖBB was among the most punctual railway operators in Europe with a punctuality rate of about 96%. 41,107 employees in railways and bus services (plus about 1,900 apprentices and trainees) across the group ensure that around 1.3 million passengers reach their destination safely every day.



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Vienna International Airport



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Railway Industry Association

RIA is the trade association for the UK-based suppliers to the railway industry.

We have been established for over 140 years, with over 280 member companies representing a large proportion of the supply chain. Our network of rail contacts extends to thousands; many within our member companies, but also within government/industry bodies, as well as academia and adjacent/emerging sectors.