Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is the busiest airport in Germany, and a major international hub for incoming and outgoing flights from Europe. Having serviced the city of Frankfurt am Main with regular flights since the 1930s, this important airport now sees approximately 65 million people travel through its gates each year, and has worked to stay on the cutting edge of offered airport amenities.
Connect to friends and family easily and quickly with free WiFi access throughout the terminals, or hop onto a public telephone. There are lots of banks, and ATMs to see to any last minute financial business you have, and you can change your money over at the foreign exchange counters available within the airport. There are porters, a casino, a medical clinic, a dog hotel, a nail studio, and travel agencies all operating within the airport.
Shopaholics will think they’ve gone and died to heaven, as this airport has well over 100 stores, including duty-free retailers that they can shop in. Meanwhile foodies will be pleased with the sit-down dining options, the bars, the cafes, fast food outlets and small snack kiosks you can access in the terminals.
Airlines you can rely on to fly routes from Australia to Frankfurt are generally Qantas, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, American Airlines, Korean Air, Singapore Airlines, United, Air India, Lufthansa, Air Canada, LATAM, Thai Airways, China Eastern, China Southern, Etihad Airways, British Airways, Vietnam Airlines, Cathay Pacific, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Japan Airlines, Delta, South African Airways, Air China, Qatar Airlines, China Airlines and Virgin Australia.
· Hop on the B43 from the airport, and follow this to Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße, then head into the Theatertunnel, and take Berliner Str. to Braubachstraße and you’ll find yourself in central Frankfurt. If you’re planning on hiring a car, you can arrange all the details online with our search tool so that your car is already reserved when you arrive, or you can book a vehicle with the rental agencies within Frankfurt Airport.
· The public transport is excellent in Germany, and Frankfurt is no different. You can hop on the S-Bahn from the Regional Train Station underneath Terminal 1. The journey should take only 15 minutes and come to about 5EUR ($7.20).
· You can find buses that leave for the city too. The journey time is longer, at about 25 minutes, but is set at the same cost as the rail service.
· Taxis are the most pricey way into town, with a typical fare of 30EUR ($43), and travel time of 20-30 minutes depending on traffic. Of course, your other options are to take a shuttle, or an airport transfer that you can book through Skyscanner, if you’d like the convenience of a taxi without the cost of one.
Please note that information is correct as of October 2016
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