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Frankfurt Airport is Germany’s largest airport, with over 48,9 million passengers in the year 2022. Served by 86 airlines, it links Germany and Europe to 292 destinations in 92 countries worldwide and is therefore also Europe’s number one transfer hub. The new third terminal now under construction will, when completed, provide capacity for another 19 million passengers annually
Outstanding Connectivity at a First-Rate Location
Thanks to its location at the center of Germany and Europe, Frankfurt Airport ranks among the world’s leading aviation hubs – and its international importance is continuing to grow. It’s optimally networked with roads and rail connections, making it quick and convenient to reach using all forms of transportation. It is therefore also an ideal transfer point.
Relaxed and enjoyable stay
Free services are available, such as modern leisure zones, as well as movie and gaming worlds, to ensure an optimal quality of stay. For those staying overnight at the airport, a napcab can be booked or transfer passengers can stay at the transfer hotel. The friendly and multilingual service staff can be reached via the Service Points and InfoGates.
Numerous stores and restaurants offer a unique variety of products from all over the world.
Fast accessibility thanks to intermodal transportation and Rail&Fly
Getting to and from the Airport by Train
FRA has a long-distance station and a regional station. Every day more than 200 ICE long-distance connections leave from the long-distance station for the most important German cities and many other destinations elsewhere in Europe. There are excellent long-distance links for getting to Frankfurt Airport from Cologne Central Station in less than an hour or from Stuttgart Central Station in around 70 minutes, as well as from various other cities. The regional railway station also boasts more than 220 connections serving the surrounding Rhine-Main region. Central Frankfurt is just a 15-minute ride away.
A Lufthansa Express Rail service is also available. After arriving at the airport, passengers can head for the AIRail Terminal adjacent to the long-distance station and check their luggage there. This service can be booked worldwide via GDS.
Arriving and Departing by Bus
The airport is served by several bus lines. Lines 14 to 24 depart from in front of Terminal 1 (on the arrivals level). The P36 parking lot for long-distance and chartered buses is located near Terminal 1.
Arriving and Departing by Car
The airport is located right at one of Europe's most important motorway intersections, where the A3, A67 and A5 cross. This makes it extremely easy to get to and from it by road.
Explore the region around the airport, which includes highlights such as:
- Frankfurt City
- The Rhine Valley
- Rothenburg o.d. T.
Experience Frankfurt Airport!
Frankfurt Airport is more than just an airport. It’s also a lively nexus of people, emotions and experiences. It’s a place where stories are written!
Enjoy the Action on the Airfield and Apron
Discover the airport by going on an exciting airport tour!
Our tours with live narration provide fascinating glimpses behind the scenes of a unique airport (Wide-body aircrafts at close range as well as take-off and landings, the future Terminal 3, Cargo areas etc.). Detailed information is available here: www.FRA-Tours.com/en
Welcome to the Fraport Visitor Center, the new world of experience at Frankfurt Airport! Explore this fascinating interactive multimedia exhibition on an area of 1200 m² – plunge into the world of one of the planet’s leading international aviation hubs.
Thrilling 360° experiences, impressive augmented reality applications, exciting interactive exhibits and fascinating glimpses of airport realms that are normally hidden from visitors. Experience Frankfurt Airport in an entirely new way!
Frankfurt Airport is also a great place to shop and feast in a fascinating cosmopolitan atmosphere. Shopping at the airport is something no guest will want to miss. The roughly 295 shops, bars and restaurants are as varied as they are international and open seven days a week. A Personal Shopper Service is also available in Mandarin and Vietnamese for visitors from East Asia.
Fraport is committed to the region
Fraport is also committed to a wide range of activities outside the airport site and has been involved in the Rhine-Main region in particular for many years. In particular, we support and promote projects and institutions in the fields of education and social affairs, culture, and nature and environmental protection.
Clear strategy for climate protection
Fraport AG will significantly reduce CO2 emissions at Frankfurt Airport and across the Group by 2030. The aim is to cut emissions to 95,000 metric tons of CO2 per year in the Group as a whole and to 50,000 metric tons at Frankfurt Airport.
Fraport’s targets for its Group airports are based on those set by the countries in which they are located. At Frankfurt Airport, Fraport AG has managed to lower CO2 emissions by 50 per cent since 1990, the base year under international climate agreements, despite an ever-growing need for energy. This was achieved by implementing numerous projects focused on lowering the carbon footprint.
Carbon emissions for the entire corporate group shall be reduced to zero by the year 2045. Fraport is leveraging savings in four areas in its efforts to meet its targets:
- Energy consumption in infrastructure
- Energy consumption in traffic and transport
- Energy mix
- Smart air conditioning
Passengers with reduced mobility
FraCare Services GmbH provides assistance to physically challenged and disabled passengers in compliance with EU regulations. Assistance can be requested by contacting the airline or travel agency at least 48 hours prior to departure. This leaves enough time to forward the information to the service provider. It is not possible to directly book assistance from the service provider.
Reduced Mobility Parking
For a barrier-free travel we offer extra-wide parking spaces at Terminal 1 and 2 with direct access to the check-in areas.
Support for accessible check-in on the day of your departure, go as usual to
- your airline’s check-in counter or
- one of the call points of the passenger assistance service.
If you are taking a Lufthansa flight, please go to the special assistance desk next to check-in counter 339.
Dogs are welcome in the terminals, but they must be kept on a leash at all times. If your dog accompanies you on a trip, please contact your airline ahead of time to find out which requirements must be met.
Kontakt & Ansprechpartner
60547 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 (0) 1806-3724636
(€0.20 per call within German landline network; mobile phone rates vary - maximum €0.60/call within Germany.)