Zell am See Airfield Alpine sightseeing flights & private landings

Located between the mountains, Lake Zell and the glacier, the airfield in Zell am See has been awarded as the most beautiful airfield several times. The "LOWZ" airfield is more than just a runway. It is a meeting point for aviation enthusiasts, the starting point for spectacular alpine sightseeing flights by motorised aircraft or helicopters, a take-off point for gliding, ballooning and skydiving, and a venue for sports and leisure events.

Alpine sightseeing flights

Experience the majestic peaks of the Hohe Tauern region from above and admire Lake Zell from a bird's eye view: Throughout the year, numerous panoramic alpine flights take off from the Zell am See-Kaprun airfield. For your flight, you have the choice between motorised aircraft or helicopters from various renowned providers. Whichever option you choose: An unforgettable flight experience is guaranteed!
The Zell am See airfield is also a hub for glider pilots: in addition to training as a (motorised) glider pilot, it is also possible to take off with your own glider here.

Helicopter flight in SalzburgLand | © Flugplatz in Zell am See
Private take-offs and landings

Flying directly to Zell am See-Kaprun and landing very close to your holiday destination? The Zell am See airfield also makes private take-offs and landings possible. Direct flights to Zell am See are provided by the local company ZellAir and others: The flights are operated with a single-engine Cessna Caravan. On board is room for nine passengers and luggage - from skis to bikes.


Airman at the airfield in Zell am See | © Flugplatz Zell am See

Are you looking for a very special adrenaline kick? Then is skydiving just the thing for you!


Fantastic view at the Alpenfreifall | © Alpenfreifall

A little less action, but all the more scenic is the ride in a balloon. Panoramic hot air balloon rides are possible all year round, but the best conditions are in cold winter air. Then you float over the high mountains and can even cross the mighty Alps towards Italy.


Balloonalps in Zell am See | © Jürgen Feichter