The facility is located directly at the Wr. Neustadt – Ost LOAN airport. Please follow exactly the latest version of the Jeppesen approach charts
From Vienna’s Schwechat Airport there is a shuttle bus to Wien-Südbahnhof train station every 30 minutes. This trip takes about 30 minutes. From the station a train leaves for Wiener Neustadt every 30 minutes. Please see also “Arrival by Train.
OEBB interurban sleeper trains provide a very good connection to the west. You will arrive at the Wien Westbahnhof. After arrival take the No. 6 underground line in the direction of Siebenhirten to the Meidling station. There take the train going toward Bruck an der Mur. Trains leave every 30 minutes. The time required to get to the Wiener Neustadt Hauptbahnhof will take from 30 minutes to an hour. After arrival take a taxi to Diamond Aircraft Industries.
From the A2 highway, known as the Südautobahn, take Exit 38 (Wöllersdorf). There is a roundabout right at the exit; leave it heading east (under the highway). You are now on Bundesstrasse 21. After approx. 200 meters you will pass the next roundabout; continue straight ahead in an easterly direction. About 700 meters later there is another roundabout; keep going straight ahead (in an easterly direction). Now the street runs below the surface for approx. 4 km, heading east; go under the railway until you come to the next roundabout. Leaving Bundesstrasse 21, turn right heading south and you will be on Bundestrasse 17. After approx. 100 m you will come to the next roundabout. Now turn left, heading east (between McDonalds and OMV gas station). 100 meters further on your right you will see the Steinfeld B&B. After 100 m make a 90° turn to the right onto Werner Heisenberg Strasse.
To reach Diamond Airborne Sensing's hangar continue down Werner Heisenberg Strasse. Turn left onto Rudolf Diesel Strasse, heading north, follow the street, that turns into Ferdinand Grav von Zeppeling Strasse after a tight right hand turn. The Diamond Airborne Sensing hangar is the first one on the left after AVIATCUM museum.
Please, use the GoogleMaps extract below: