+43 6767410906 info@airtime-austria.com
On the slopes, get set, GO!


Out and about with your state-certified ski instructor/ski guide & guide Manfred Lobenwein
On the slopes, get set, GO!


Out and about with your state-certified ski instructor/ski guide & guide Manfred Lobenwein

Race Training for beginners, those racing as a hobby, or for those preparing for the Staatliche entrance exam or Eurotest

During my many years of experience in youth race coaching (6 years as youth race trainer in Tiroler Oberland, Skiclub Soelden and Skiclub Obergurgl), my assignments in preparation for Europa cup and World cup ski races in Austria, and my training at the federal sports academy in Innsbruck, I have had the fortune to have learned from many of the best international trainers around. Learning along the way many insider tips, tricks and techniques that can help any level of racer take their game to the next level, whether youth, hobbyists or people looking to pass ski instructor/coaching exams.

My aim is always to create an individual focussed, high quality training atmosphere for my athletes, a service I aim to extend to private individuals, groups, kids and fellow instructors/coaches.

Utilising the tips and tricks I have attained through years of experience, together we will build a solid foundation of technique to perfectly equip you for the challenges of training and racing, as well as shaving seconds off your race performance.


1 – 8 People


Training to improve race performance and coaching for races and exams

For children and adults

Ski Area: Zettersfeld and Hochstein

Ski equipment and lift card are not included in the price

Each additional person €45.-




  • 5 years as youth Alpine Ski trainer for Skiclub Soelden
  • 1 year Head Alpine Ski trainer for Skiclub Gurgl, Kids and trainees
  • Europa cup Slalom race preparation and 10 race support days in Solden, 16 days in total
  • GS world cup race in Soelden, complete build up and deconstruction of the race
  • Preparation and Race support for the Schladming night race
  • Training preparation and support for GS, Slalom and Super G for professional athletes of the US Ski team
  • Co-trainer and race support for several europacup races in Switzerland
  • Trained in ski service and ski preparation/tuning by the best service personnel in the Austria ski association
  • 6 years supervision and coaching for kids/trainees in the field of racing/general training
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Frequently asked questions

When and in what situations would I book a private ski course/private training and coaching/ski tour training programme/guiding session?

 “-Anytime, from young children to senior citizens;

In order to enhance your all round mountain experience,

If you want to learn skiing in a safe and professional environment whilst having fun,

If you are motivated to train and improve my own skill,

To learn or improve advanced skills such as carving technique,

To build a strong foundation, resulting in more ease and security in a variety of slopes,

As part of the preparation for a specific goal, for example; race, entrance exam, final exam.

If you want to hone your skills in ski touring or mountaineering, or to focus on improving safety and technique in descending backcountry terrain.

How and when should I book?

You can book via Whatsapp or by telephone (after 17.00) on +43 676 7410 906
It is also possible to book by email at info@airtime-austira.com. The earlier you book the better, in the case of last minute bookings I will do my best to accommodate you in my schedule.

Are there training and coaching courses available for beginners, including people with disabilities?

Absolutely, skiing is for everyone and everyone can look to improve their skills or develop themselves, there are courses available for every guest’s specific needs!

How many people can take part?

The courses are available for 1 person to 6/8 people to take part.
For example, Pirate lessons for 1 person, private lessons or training courses for small groups, race training for up to 9 people,
special training requirements or coaching for companies are available upon request.

What should I bring with me to my lesson?
  • Ski or snowboard suitably adapted to your experience level
  • Ski or snowboard boots in the correct size
  • Ski poles, ideally a little short rather than too long
  • Helmet and goggles
  • Gloves
  • Head warmer/band
  • Backprotector in some circumstances
  • Backpack, with some food or drink depending on the course
  • Motivation and a desire to have fun!
What happens if the weather is bad?

If the conditions are good enough for the lifts to be in operation, the lesson will go ahead as planned! 

In the case of the ski touring/training programme for beginners, even in changeable weather conditions the course can go ahead as planned.

In the case of off piste guiding courses or high alpine tours, the conditions must be suitable and safe in order for the course to go ahead as planned.

Can I participate in a ski tour without any previous experience?

It is highly recommended that you complete your first few Skitours or mountain expeditions with a qualified professional, in order to learn the correct safety protocols and information necessary to ensure a safe experience in the mountains.