Find the cheapest flight to Frankfurt
Frankfurt might not be on many “must-see” lists, but its airport sees a gigantic number of international flights and passengers. Frankfurt Airport (airport code FRA) is not only Germany’s largest airport, it is the third largest in Europe and holds an important place in the world as a popular hub. Frankfurt is a hub for Lufthansa, Germany’s national carrier, and serves more destinations than London’s Heathrow Airport. Strictly in terms of passenger traffic, however, Frankfurt is third behind Heathrow and Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport.
You’ll find a drop-down menu with all the airlines serving Frankfurt here. Current information on flight arrivals is listed here, and departures here. Terminal maps are here. Your dining options are listed here, and your shopping options here, including Duty Free. In addition to the typical passenger services in an airport, Frankfurt also offers dry cleaning and clothing alteration services, an airport casino and a hairdresser. Ground transportation options are to be found here (menu on the left), along with directions to and from the airport. Car rental agencies operating at the airport are listed here.
More Information on Frankfurt
Frankfurt, known as Frankfurt am Main in German, is an important city in the financial world if not the tourist one. It is possibly most famous for its airport, and also for being the headquarters of the European Central Bank. There is plenty to do and see in Frankfurt, however, even if you’re not a banker. Architecture enthusiasts flock to the city for its avant-garde skyscrapers. There are also charming neighborhoods in the downtown area and elsewhere with lovely older buildings – it is these areas which tourists often visit. Because of the city’s importance in the business world, you will find it easier and less expensive to visit when there isn’t a trade show or business fair going on.