OverviewFrankfurt Airport is a train station located in Frankfurt. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
5.5 milliontravellers in 2015
75+years of rail travel experience
Getting thereYou can get to Frankfurt Airport from Brussels, Dusseldorf and Utrecht. Best price and travel duration below.
|From Amsterdam||04:12||AU$ 120|
|From Amsterdam||07:42||AU$ 120|
|From Munich||07:50||AU$ 129|
|From Brussels||03:21||AU$ 117|
|From Dusseldorf||08:48||AU$ 129|
|From Utrecht||03:44||AU$ 122|
|From Liege||02:32||AU$ 100|
|From Arnhem||03:09||AU$ 110|
|From Utrecht||07:14||AU$ 122|
|From Munich||07:13||AU$ 110|
|From Arnhem||06:20||AU$ 110|
|From Munich||06:42||AU$ 110|
|From Montabaur||03:28||AU$ 132|
Station / Airport guideFrankfurt Airport is located about 12 km southwest of Frankfurt city. The airport is known as Flughafen Frankfurt am Main in German. It is the most important airport in Germany and the third busiest airport in Europe. Frankfurt Airport offers international flights to over 200 destinations in the world.
Transportation and connections
Frankfurt Airport is connected to the rail network of Germany.
Airport Train connection:
Frankfurt Airport regional station is the underground train station located at Frankfurt Airport. The railway station is operated by the Deutsche Bahn (DB), the national railway company of Germany.
S-Bahn and Regional Bahn are trains services which are available at Frankfurt Airport regional station. Long distance high speed trains also call at the railway station.
Frankfurt Airport regional station has a connection to Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof thanks to the S-Bahn operating on lines S8 and S9.
Address: Hugo-Eckener-Ring 1 60547 Frankfurt