Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport is a unique architectural work of art. Originally planned to accommodate the Flying Bull's steadily growing collection of historic aircraft, Hangar-7 has become synonymous with avant-garde architecture, modern art and exquisite dining. There is also a restaurant, two bars, an outdoor lounge and a cafe. 7 The Hangar-7 was opened in of 2003. Hangar-8, which is directly opposite Hangar-7, ensures that all the winged aircraft and helicopters are one-hundred-percent airworthy.

In Museum Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport there is a free entrance. Here are exhibited a number of historic aircraft, helicopters and Formula 1 racing cars. There is also to see the aircraft productions Boeing, Eurocopter and Sukhoi. A complete list of "fleet" can be found here: http://www.hangar-7.com/en/the-flying-bulls/flugzeuge/ .

A different top chef each month. When Restaurant Ikarus opened its doors in 2003, most people couldn‘t imagine that this ambitious plan would actually work in reality. For the chefs of Restaurant Ikarus, the guest chef concept means adapting to a new menu, a new top chef and a new philosophy each and every month.

Last but not least, hangar-7 also has a work of art in something as mundane as the toilets. We don't want to reveal much here, but don't miss out on this quiet place!

Source images and additional information on german language: www.hangar-7.com, https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangar-7
Adress and further information:
Salzburg Airport
Wilhelm-Spazier-Str. 7A
5020 Salzburg, Österreich
Telefon: +43-662-2197-0