Frankfurt Airport Informational Guide to Frankfurt am Main Airport (FRA) - NON OFFICIAL

Frankfurt Airport Terminals

Frankfurt Airport is the busiest airport in Germany and the fourth busiest in Europe. 

It is composed by a couple of passenger terminals:

Terminal 1

Frankfurt Airport Terminal 1 is the oldest and largest terminal. Primarily used by Lufthansa, it hosts both international and domestic flights. 

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Terminal 2

Frankfurt Airport Terminal 2 hosts both international and domestic flights.

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Lufthansa First Class Terminal

This is an exclusive terminal for first class passengers of Lufthansa. It is located close to Terminal 1 and only first class passengers of both Lufthansa and HON Circle are allowed to access.

It is equipped with individualised security screening and other facilities such as valet parking, lounge, office, exclusive restaurant, smoking room and bubble baths.

Passengers are transferred to their flight by a luxury car.

Transfer between terminals

Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are adjacent each other and connected through a couple of means of transportation:

Skyline monorail

Skyline is free of use and departs every 2-3 minutes from both public and transit area.

Terminal 1

- A/Z (transit area)
- B/C (via departure hall B second level)
- C (transit area)

Terminal 2

- D/E (via Shopping Plaza third level)

Shuttle buses

Free shuttle buses depart every 10 minutes from 05:30 to 23:30.

- Facing both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2
- Coach parking P36 (long-distance buses)
- Long-distance Railway Station in Terminal 2

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