Frankfurt Airport is located 12km (8 miles) southwest of Frankfurt city center.
60547 Frankfurt am Main,
Dialling Code: +49
Tel. +49-180/53 72 46 36
Lufthansa at the airport
How to get there
Frankfurt Airport is easily accessible from the A3, A 67 and A5 interstate highways.
The regional train station (platforms 1-3) is located beneath Terminal 1. From here, S-Bahn (rmv.de) commuter trains (lines S8 and S9) depart for Frankfurt’s central station (Hauptbahnhof). Trains also run to Offenbach, Hanau, Rüsselsheim, Mainz and Wiesbaden. RegionalExpress (RE) and StadtExpress (SE) trains serve many other destinations.
The long-distance train station (platforms 4-7) is linked via a connector building to Terminal 1. From here, a number of high-speed ICE trains depart to the central stations of Cologne and Stuttgart with connections further afield in Germany and across Europe. These services are operated by Deutsche Bahn (bahn.de).
Several bus connections are available for getting to and from the airport. Bus stops are located in front of Terminal 1 (Arrivals level) and Terminal 2 (Level 2).
There are Lufthansa shuttles (www.transcontinental-group.com) to Hahn Airport, Heidelberg, Mannheim and Strasbourg, stopping in front of Arrivals Hall B, Terminal 1.
Taxis are readily available outside both terminals (journey time to the city center: 20-30 minutes).
There are a total of 14,000 parking spaces at Frankfurt Airport – substantial discounts apply for parking booked in advance on the airport’s website. Each of the terminals has a multistory parking garage and/or an underground parking garage providing direct 24-hour access to the terminal: parking garages P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5 serve Terminal 1, while P8 and P9 are close to Terminal 2.
Parking spaces for passengers with impaired mobilty
Parking spaces for guests with impaired mobility can be found in the underground parking garages of Terminal 1 (entrance P4) and Terminal 2 (entrance P8).