Salzburg Airport is the second largest airport in Austria. It serves Salzburg, the fourth-largest Austrian city, and is a gateway to Austria’s numerous ski areas. This airport is located 1.7 NM west-south-west of Salzburg city centre and 2 km (1.2 mi) from the Austrian-German border. This airport is jointly owned by Salzburg municipality (25%) and Salzburg state. This Salzburg Airport is named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, an Austrian composer of the Classical period. It consists of two-terminal, and one of the terminals is the main building featuring 26 check-in desks, several service counters, some shops and restaurants and a visitors terrace. And the other one is much smaller one and features nine additional check-in counters and four boarding gates as well as a designated area to check-in skiing equipment. The airside area consists of 10 boarding gates which can be used for Schengen and non-Schengen destinations. It has very limited passenger facilities due to its use for seasonal peak-time traffic. There are two terminals open during peak times, but there is just a single terminal during the rest of the year. The operating times vary throughout the year.