80 years of Eckart Witzigmann
All areas within Hangar-7 can be accessed via a barrier-free entrance.
Please understand that we can only admit bus and tour groups at Hangar-7 with advance notification. You can find detailed information on group queries under the FAQ section.
If you have any queries, please contact +43 662/21 97 - 0
Photography and filming at Hangar-7 are permitted for private use only. Any direct or indirect commercial use requires prior written approval by Hangar-7.
We are pleased for your dog to accompany you on visits to the exhibition area as well as to the Carpe Diem Lounge - Café and the Outdoor Lounge. However, we kindly ask you to note that dogs may not be brought into Restaurant Ikarus, the Mayday Bar, the Threesixty Bar and the Members Club.
We apologise that it is not possible to have all the exhibits on display at all times in Hangar-7, as the aircraft and Formula 1 racing cars are regularly in use at air shows and events. We are happy to provide further information by phone, if you so require.
Yes, it houses a restaurant, two bars, a lounge and, of course, the aircraft as well. They can be seen daily from 9 am to 22 pm (attention: opening hours may change at short notice due to events).
Hangar-7 is an open building and our exhibitions are free to view. We strive to make a visit to Hangar-7 a truly exceptional experience for all of our guests.
We want to offer our guests the highest possible level of service during their stay – from the welcome to the cuisine. This approach is in line with our philosophy of seeing Hangar-7 as a place for imagination and enthusiasm – a place which combines a love for flying with a love for the arts. And we want all our guests to be able to experience Hangar-7 in this way. Given our capacity, this philosophy has required us to establish a clear stance on organised group and coach trips.
Therefore we have to inform you that Hangar-7 can generally only admit bus and tour groups with advance notification.
We are always on hand to answer any queries you may have.
Hangar-7 is open daily from 9 am to 10 pm - also on Sundays and holidays. Information on altered opening hours due to events will be provided in the news section on www.hangar-7.com.
Coming from Salzburg city center / Salzburg railway station, take Neutor - Maxglaner Hauptstrasse – Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse towards the airport - just before the underpass, turn left on Wilhelm-Spazier-Strasse.
Coming from the direction of Vienna / Linz, via Westautobahn (A1) - take the airport exit, then turn left in the direction of Airportcenter - turn left at the large intersection in the direction of the Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse (not to the airport!) - drive straight, through the underpass, and turn right immediately on Wilhelm-Spazier-Strasse.
Take the airport exit - follow the directions under Vienna / Linz.
Yes, there is a parking lot directly across from the entrance to Hangar-7.
There are around 70 free parking spaces directly in front of Hangar-7.
Yes - just use bus line 2 (stop Karolingerstraße) or bus line 10 (stop Pressezentrum).
No, the entire length of Wilhelm-Spazier-Strasse is closed to bus traffic.
No, maintenance is performed across from Hangar-7 in Hangar-8.
No, Hangar-8 isn't open to the public.
The DC-6B. It has a wingspan of 36 meters, a rudder assembly more than nine meters high, and a weight of almost 50 tons.
At our website: www.flyingbulls.at.
No, that privilege is reserved for Flying Bulls pilots.
Yes. You can find information on Hangar-7's art program as well as current exhibitions in the art section.
From the outside, Hangar-7 is reminiscent of a glass aircraft wing. From inside, it stretches across the Flying Bulls fleet like the vault of heaven.
Almost 100 meters long, 67 meters wide and 14.5 meters high at the highest point.
Twelve hundred tons of steel and 380 tons of special glass, some of it curved.
The concept. Every month, a different top-flight international chef takes over the kitchen. And it's all under the auspices of the "Chef of the Century" Eckart Witzigmann and Executive Chef Martin Klein.
The official maximum capacity of the Threesixty Bar is 20 people.
The Mayday Bar at Hangar-7 will spoil you with its international cocktails and delicious bar food. The historical aircraft on show inside Hangar-7 can be admired from a bird's eye view at the Mayday Bar. And the menu is just as spectacular, offering a large choice of exquisite cocktails from all around the world and an equally international range of culinary delights. This comes as no surprise, considering that the bar food dishes are specially created for the Mayday Bar by the chefs of the Ikarus Team, who incorporate their experiences from working with more than 160 top international chefs as part of the guest chef concept over the past ten years.
Mayday is a corruption of the French expression "venez m'aider!" ("come to help me!") and is used as a distress call in aviation and shipping, replacing the old radio code signal SOS.
Hangar-7 welcomes more than 200,000 visitors every year.
Admission is free.
|Monday to Sunday:||09:00 am to 10:00 pm|
|Entrance free of charge|
We are looking forward to welcoming you in accordance with the currently valid Corona measures. For detailed information please click here.
We are available for your requests from Monday to Sunday from 08:00 am to 11:30 pm via telephone and email.
Phone: +43 662 21970
We are looking forward to welcome you again in Hangar-7.
|Monday to Sunday:||9:00 am to 5:00 pm|
|Breakfast:||9:00 am to 11:30 am|
You have the possibility to reserve daily a table for 08:45 am or 10:30 am in the Carpe Diem Lounge - Café. We thank for your understanding that we are not able to take further reservations (apart from reservations at 08:45 am & 10:30 am).
Open daily from 12 pm during the summer months (open in fine weather).
The Threesixty Bar is temporarily closed.
|Monday to Thursday:||12:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Friday and Saturday:||12:00 am - 01:00 am|
Bar Food International daily from 12:00 midday to 10:00 pm.
Open from 05:00 pm in fine weather.
|Monday to Sunday:||10:00 am - 06:00 pm|