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Get to know Frankfurt International Airport (FRA)
Frankfurt Airport is the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany, the fourth-busiest in Europe, and the thirteenth-busiest worldwide. The airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is older and larger and is primarily used by Lufthansa and its associated companies for both international and domestic flights. Terminal 2 hosts both international and domestic flights. Terminal 3 is under construction and should be fully operational by 2023. You can transfer between terminals via the Skyline monorail, which departs every 2 - 3 minutes. Or you can use a shuttle bus which departs every 10 minutes. If you need to park your car, you can choose from 15,000 spots. If you need to relax between flights, you can use the yoga room. The airport has two yoga rooms, gaming worlds, leisure zones, movie worlds, and entertainment gates. All of these can help you re-energize. And if you like aircraft, there's a Visitor's Terrace in Terminal 2 where you can watch planes landing and taking off on the runway.
|Airport location||Frankfurt International Airport is located in Frankfurt, Germany.|
|Latitude & longitude||50.0330556, 8.57055556|
|Telephone||+4918063724636 - General Information|
|Airport owner||Fraport AG|
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Terminals at Frankfurt Airport
Franfkurt Airport has 2 main terminals and one terminal for first class passengers.
Terminal 1 is mainly for Lufhtansa passengers and it operates both international and domestic flights.
Terminal 2 is for all the other airlines and operates international and domestic flights as well.
Terminal 3 (called Lufthansa First Class Terminal) is just for first class Lufthansa passengers.
Getting from Frankfurt Airport to the city center
The are several transport options for getting from Frankfurt Airport to the city center. If you don't have your own car in their large parking lot, you can hire a car, or take a taxi, bus, or train.
|Option||Price||Avg. journey time||Availability|
Rental cars start at £61 for 24 hours with an online booking.
02:15 – 00:30
From 5:30am to midnight
How to get from Frankfurt Airport to the city center by car
The fastest route to the city center by car is via the B43 motorway.
How to get from Frankfurt Airport to the city center by train
From the airport train station, you can go to the city center or to the hauptbahnhof central station to continue your trip.
How to get from Frankfurt Airport to the city center by bus
It depends on which station you need. But a very popular station in the city center is Konstablerwache which you can reach via bus n81 at bus stop number 21 at Terminal 1.
How to get from Frankfurt Airport to the city center by taxi
There are many taxi ranks at Frankfurt Airport, so you won't have a problem finding one. There are also taxis for up to seven people.
Frequently asked questions
Find out a little bit more about Frankfurt Airport before your travels. Read the most commonly asked questions below.
Frankfurt Airport is in Frankfurt, Germany, approximately 12 km southwest of the city centre.
Frankfurt Airport is the fourth-busiest airport in Europe and covers an area of 2,300 hectares.
Yes it is. At Terminal 1 parking row 126 and Terminal 2 parking row U423. When you make your online booking, which we recommend for this special parking, you will find it as eParking.
Frankfurt Airport has two main terminals and one smaller terminal just for Lufthansa's first-class passengers.
Lufthansa uses Terminal 1 for both domestic and international flights, and Terminal 3 for their first class passengers.