Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport is Germany's busiest international airport. Find parking in Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport with OnePark.
Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport spans an area of 2,300 hectares just 13 km south-west of Frankfurt city centre. It is the 4th busiest airport in Europe and the airport and serves the most direct routes in the world.
A brief history of Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport
Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport was first opened in 1946 as a commercial airport that served both fixed-wing aircrafts and zeppelins. During World War II, the airport was converted for military use, though also experienced damage from bombings. After the war, *Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport became a civil airport with several improvements made for jet carriers. By 1958, it became an international airline hub with an additional terminal and runways added through the decades. Today it serves over 64 million passengers.
Frankfurt airport terminals
Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport is a two-terminal airport with an additional First-Class Terminal operated by Lufthansa. Terminal 1 is the oldest terminal and divided into three levels: departures on the first floor, arrivals on the ground floor, and underground are the regional station and parking for Frankfurt-Rhein/Main Airport. Terminal 1 also includes a bus station and is the hub for Lufthansa. Terminal 2 was opened in 1994 and divided into concourses D and E. Both terminals are connected by the Sky Train monorail and shuttle buses.
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