Fly to Innsbruck or Zurich and then a transfer to Lech.
Transfer companies: gettransfer.com, skilifts.com, alpinbus.com, The Arlberg Express bus company
You can also rent a car at the airport and then drive to resort yourself if you’d like. From Innsbruck it’s a 90min drive, and from Zurich is just over 2hrs. Coming from Innsbruck drivers should follow the main Inn Valley motorway up to where the road splits for Ischgl or St Anton.
Innsbruck. The easiest rail route from Innsbruck to Lech am Arlberg is to take the frequent service to St Anton am Arlberg and then use the public bus or a taxi onwards to Lech.
Langen railway station is the closest train station to Lech and is the most convenient for the airports of Zurich or Friedrichshafen. The train journey from Zurich takes around 2 hours and 20 minutes and the ride from Friedrichshafen around 20 minutes longer – however the trip from Zurich is direct and that from Friedrichshafen involves a number of changes.
At Langen, a taxi can be hired or the local bus (which runs every 1 or 2 hours until around 22.00).
Driving from the UK is quite the trek – it’s over 16hrs from London! So unless you’re staying for longer than a week, it probably isn’t your best option.
Regular buses from Innsbruck. The Arlberg Express bus company runs an airport transfer bus service to Lech or Zürs. The service is more frequent at weekends, but there is also a single daily bus from the Zurich airport.