How To Get to Frankfurt Airport
The long-distance railway station is at the AIRail Terminal, right next to Terminal 1. Trains arrive at and depart from platforms 4 to 7.
In addition, there is a local railway station for S-Bahn, regional and local trains at Terminal 1, Level 1. Trains arrive at and depart from platforms 1 to 3.
Both railway stations are linked to Terminal 2 via buses and the Sky Line. This is how you get there From the platform (Level 0, Area B) go one floor higher up, following signs to Terminal 2. When in Area B or C, get on a free Shuttle Bus to Terminal 2. The service runs between 05:00 and 03:00 hrs (5am to 3am). Alternatively, follow signs to the Sky Line in Hall B. This service to Terminal 2 runs at 2-minute intervals.
By Car Coming from the NORTH (e.g. Kassel, Hannover, Hamburg), on highway A5, in the direction of Frankfurt: before you get to the junction at Frankfurter Kreuz, follow signs to "Flughafen" (Airport).
Coming from the SOUTH (e.g. Basel, Karlsruhe, Darmstadt), on highway A67: join the A5 towards Frankfurt and Frankfurter Kreuz and follow signs to "Flughafen" (Airport).
Coming from the EAST (e.g. München, Würzburg), on highway A3, in the direction of Frankfurt: pass the junction at Frankfurter Kreuz and follow signs to "Flughafen" (Airport).
Coming from the WEST (e.g. Cologne (Köln) ), on highway A3, in the direction of Frankfurt: go to the junction at Wiesbadener Kreuz, change to the A66 in the direction of Frankfurt and follow signs to "Flughafen" (Airport). We bring you the best Car Hire Rates for Frankfurt Airport and all UK Airports from leading rental car companies such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz, Dollar, Sixt, Thrifty, and Europcar