FRA

Frankfurt Main

About The Airport

This huge 2-terminal airport is the busiest in Germany and one of the busiest in Europe - it's a major hub that serves almost 300 destinations around the world. Its extensive facilities earned it a respectable 8th place in Condé Nast Traveler's 2017 Best Airport in the World awards. Skytrax also placed Frankfurt Airport 10th in its list of the world's top airports 2018. It's extremely well connected by public transport, with frequent trains from all over Germany stopping at Frankfurt Airport station. Terminal 1 is split in to 4 separate concourses - A-C and Z - while Terminal 2 consists of Concourses D and E.

TERMINAL INFORMATION

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Free unlimited Wi-Fi is available at the airport.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

The airport is 12km from downtown Frankfurt.

Taxi - both terminals have taxis available for hire around the clock.

Bus - bus services connect the airport with Frankfurt city and the surrounding region. You'll find the widest choice of destinations outside Terminal 1 Arrivals.

Train  - Frankfurt Airport railway station is served by suburban S-Bahn trains, which take travelers to downtown Frankfurt in less than 15 minutes, as well as long-distance and international train services.

Hotel shuttle - courtesy shuttles take guests to and from several nearby hotels including the Park Inn by Radisson and the Steigenberger Airport Hotel.

Car rental - you'll find the desks of 10 or so car rental agencies in the Airport City Mall and in both Terminal 1 and 2 Arrivals.

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Parking

Thousands of parking spaces are available at the airport, including reserved spaces for women and extra-wide business spaces. The Early Bird online rate is particularly good value.

Also, in the P2 parking zone of Terminal 1, there are charging ports for electric vehicles which are free to use.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

Terminals 1 and 2 are linked by very frequent SkyLine trains - the trip takes just 2 minutes. There's also a shuttle bus available for transfers between terminals. It leaves every 10 minutes from 5:30 until 23:45 and also makes stops in front of the P36 (long-distance coach) parking lot.

If you need a day or overnight room, the MyCloud Transit Hotel is in the transit area of Terminal 1. The Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel is accessible by covered overhead walkway from Terminal 1.

Healthy Travel Tip

Into yoga?

Then check out the well-equipped yoga rooms after Security in both terminals - they're open 24/7. It's a great way to recharge your batteries ahead of a long flight.

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