OverviewFrankfurt Airport is a train station located in Frankfurt. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
Getting thereYou can get to Frankfurt Airport from Brussels, Dusseldorf and Utrecht. Best price and travel duration below.
|From Amsterdam||04:12||€ 120|
|From Amsterdam||07:42||€ 120|
|From Munich||07:50||€ 129|
|From Brussels||03:21||€ 117|
|From Dusseldorf||08:48||€ 129|
|From Utrecht||03:44||€ 122|
|From Liege||02:32||€ 100|
|From Arnhem||03:09||€ 110|
|From Utrecht||07:14||€ 122|
|From Munich||07:13||€ 110|
|From Arnhem||06:20||€ 110|
|From Munich||06:42||€ 110|
|From Montabaur||03:28||€ 132|
Station / Airport guideThe Frankfurt Airport is the third busiest airport in Europe; it’s also the largest airport train station in Germany, ideal as a starting point for your German vacation if you travel by rail.
Transportation and connections
Frankfurt Airport Train Station offers connections to any German or European city with German Rail (Deutsche Bahn). The Train Station has two main terminals connected by corridors:
- * the Regional Train Station (next to Terminal 1), from which S-Bahn commuter trains lines (S8 and S9) depart for central Frankfurt and the central station.
- * the Square long-distance train station with several high-speed ICE trains departing to the majors cities like Cologne, Stuttgart, Hanau…
Frankfurt Airport Train Station is located next to Terminal 1. Corridors connect the Airport to the Regional Train Station (platforms 1-3) or The Square long-distance train station (platforms 4-7). The connection between terminals 1 and 2 is provided by Skyline, an automatic train.
- To/from Frankfurt Airport Train Station Terminal 1: access by walk from corridors
- To/from Frankfurt Airport Train Station Terminal 2: access by Skyline in two minutes.
Frankfurt Airport Train Station is directly connected to Central Frankfurt and the Hauptbahnhof (central station), reachable within 10 to 12 minutes by S-Bahn commuter trains (S8 and S9 lines), located platforms 1-3 beneath Terminal 1.
There are many bus lines, and the most important are bus line 61 to Südbahnhof in Frankfurt; line 900 to the station Oberhausen and bus 73 to Kelsterbach. Only bus lines 61, 68, 73 and 975 stop at Terminal 2. You can reach Terminal 1 with Skyline in two minutes.
The Taxi stands are located in front of the Arrival Hall in both terminals. To reach Frankfurt it approximately takes 20 minutes (non rush-hours).
Car rental counters are located in both terminals.
Address: Hugo-Eckener-Ring 1 60547 Frankfurt