Contact

Fraport AG

Sales & Customer Relations
D-60547 Frankfurt

www.frankfurt-airport.com

Senior Manager
Stefan Kopp

E-Mail:

Fraport Communication Center:
Phone: +49 (0) 1806-3724636
EUR 0.20 per call within German landline network; mobile phone rates vary - maximum € 0.60/call within Germany.

Frankfurt Airport - Your Gateway to Germany

One of the world's most important airports, Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is the home base of the Star Alliance and it is also served by a long roster of other airlines from all over the globe. The airport is intermodally linked which makes it one of Europe's most important transportation hubs and in 2014, Frankfurt welcomed 60 million passengers from 297 destinations and 105 countries.

General Information

Terminals

Frankfurt Airport actually uses two terminals for passenger operations

Terminal 1, concourses A, B, C and Z

Terminal 2, concourses D and E

The two terminals are linked by the “Sky Line” train and a shuttle bus.

Road Access

Frankfurt Airport is located right at Germany’s most important motorway interchange (where the A3, A67, and A5 motorways intersect). Each of both terminals is separately accessible by road.

Parking at Frankfurt Airport

There is a total of some 15,000 parking spaces right at the terminals. The offering is diverse and huge for every type of customer. Business travelers can take advantage of separate access and short walks. Vacationers can book reduced rates online.

Rental Cars All major rental car companies are represented at Frankfurt Airport: Terminal 1, Concourse A, Level 0 (Airport City Mall) Terminal 2, Concourse D, Level 2 (Arrivals)

Access by Rail

Frankfurt Airport has two train stations: The long-distance train station (platforms 4– 7) for ICE and IC trains offers 174 daily connections to all major cities in Germany. The regional train station (platforms 1– 3) connects FRA to Frankfurt suburbia. Trains for downtown Frankfurt leave every 15 minutes. Train tickets can be purchased in the DB Travel Centers in the AIRail Terminal and Terminal 1 (Concourse B, Level 0) and at numerous ticket machines.

AIRail Terminal

The AIRail Terminal is located between the long-distance train station and Terminal 1. More than 40 airlines let passengers arriving by train check their luggage and obtain their boarding passes there.

Porter and Escort Services

For a fee, porter and escort services can be booked in advance for passengers flying with any airline. The escort service also takes the luggage to where it needs to go, conveniently and by the shortest possible route.

Luggage Storage

For a stressless and untroubled shopping tour, passengers can load off their baggage, coat or important documents to the luggage service. The service is available at Terminal 1 and at Terminal 2.

Lounges

Many airlines operate exclusive lounges for their own passengers to enjoy. LUXXLounge (Terminal 1) and SkyLounge (Terminal 2) offer a comfortable atmosphere to all passenger – regardless of their booking class and airline.

Services from A - Z

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