Главная » World airports » Airports of Germany on the map, list of airports of Germany

Airports of Germany on the map, list of airports of Germany

Germany, as one of the largest and most powerful countries in Europe, has about 60 international airports. Since it would be an exaggeration to list and describe them all, we will provide you with a list of the most downloaded ones. Keep in mind that not always larger airports are also the most convenient, so check them regularly before you travel.

    Frankfurt Airport — code IATA FRA — (

61 million passengers)

Frankfurt Airport is a major international airport located in Germany’s fifth largest city. It is operated by Fraport and serves as the main hub of Lufthansa, Condor and AeroLogic. It is by far the busiest German airport, and also the fourth in Europe, after London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Istanbul Atatürk airports. It serves nearly 300 destinations worldwide, making it an airport with the most international destinations around the world.

    Munich Airport — code IATA MUC — (

41 million passengers)

The airport in Munich is located near the capital of Bavaria. It is the country’s second largest airport in passenger traffic (after FRA) and the 7th in Europe. It has over 200 destinations in more than 60 countries around the world. It serves as a secondary center for Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partners. The airport has a good connection to the city center.

    Düsseldorf Airport — IATA DUS code — (

22.4 million passengers)

Airport Düsseldorf is the international airport of the capital of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located in the largest capital of Germany. The third busiest airport in the country serves as the hub of Air-Berlin and Eurovision.

    Berlin Airport Tegel — code IATA TXL — (

21 million passengers)

Berlin Tegel Airport is the main international airport in Berlin, the capital of Germany. It serves as the center of Berlin’s air and is the base for the German troops. The airport offers flights to many capital and resort destinations in Europe, as well as some international lines. It is located in Tegel, northwest of Berlin. The airport should close when the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport opens, which is scheduled for the period from the end of 2017 to the end of 2018.

    Hamburg Airport — code IATA HAM — (

15.6 million passengers)

Hamburg Airport is the airport serving the second largest city in Germany, located just 8.5 km from the city center. It serves as a base for Germanwings, Condor and easyJet. It offers flights to 120 destinations including Dubai, Newark and Tehran. The airport should not be mistaken at the nearby Hamburg Finkenwerder private airport.

    Stuttgart Airport — Code IATA STR — (

10.5 million passengers)

With more than 10 million passengers, Stuttgart’s airport is the sixth busiest airport in the country and serves as an important center for German aircraft, offering flights to many European destinations, as well as long-haul flights to Atlanta. The airport is located 13 km south of the city center.

    Airport Cologne / Bonn — IATA CGN code — (

10.3 million passengers)

This large international airport serves both Cologne and Bonn, major German cities. His units of movement combine cargo and passengers, the number of which gave him the title of the fifth German airport (although the seventh in passenger traffic). The airport is located 15 km south-east of Cologne and 16 km from Bonn. It serves as the hub of Eurowings, Germanwings, FedEx Express and UPS Airlines. It is also a multitude of space agencies that train astronauts there for space expeditions.

    Berlin Airport Schönefeld — IATA code SXF — (

8.5 million passengers)

Berlin Schönefeld Airport is a secondary international airport of the German capital. It is located 18 km south-east of Berlin. It is the smallest of the city’s two airports and the base for Condor, easyJet and Ryanair. It is planned to include one part of the existing airport infrastructure at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, which is scheduled to open in a year (or perhaps two or three years). According to the plan, its terminals should be used until 2023 for low-cost airlines as part of the new airport.

    Airport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg — code IATA BSL — (

7 million passengers)

EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg is an international airport located 3.5 km north-west of Basel, Switzerland, 20 km south-east of Mulhouse in France and 46 km south of Freiburg in Germany. Officially, it is located in France near the Swiss and German borders. The airport serves as a base for easyJet Switzerland and Belair and includes mainly flights to European destinations. Check out how to get to the center of Freiburg from the airport.

    Hannover Airport — code IATA HAJ — (

5.4 million passengers)

Hanover Airport is the international airport in Hamburg, the capital of the state of Lower Saxony in Germany. It is located in Langenhagen, 11 km north of the city center of Hannover. The airport provides communication with European metropolitan and vacation spots and serves as the center of German languages, Condor, SunExpress Deutschland and TUIfly.

Nuremberg Airport — IATA NUE code — (

3.3 million passengers)

  • Also called: Albrecht Dürer Airport
  • Nearby cities: Erlangen, Schwabach, Lauf an der Pegnitz, Furth
  • To the city of Nuremberg from the airport: metro — 12 min.

Frankfurt Hahn Airport — Code IATA HHN — (

2.7 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Offenbach am Main, Eschborn, Hofheim am Taunus, Bad Vilbel
  • To the center of Frankfurt from the airport: bus — 1 hour 45 minutes

Bremen Airport — code IATA BRE — (

2.6 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Delmenhorst, Achim, Lilienthal, Elsflet
  • To Bremen from the airport: tram — 15 min, bus — 20 min.

Leipzig / Halle Airport — IATA LEJ code — (

2.3 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Taucha, Schkeuditz, Markkleeberg
  • In Leipzig from the airport: bus — 20 min.
  • To the city of Galle from the airport: bus — 12 min.

Dortmund Airport — IATA DTM code — (

2 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Witten, Schwerte, Kamen, Bochum
  • To the city of Dortmund from the airport: public bus — 30 minutes, bus — 25 minutes.

Wese Airport — IATA Code NRN — (

1.9 million passengers)

  • Also called: Niederrhein Airport
  • Nearby cities: Kevelaer, Goh, Wedern
  • To the city of Veze from the airport: public bus — 15 min.

Dresden Airport — IATA DRS Code — (

1.7 million passengers)

  • Also called: Dresden-Klotzsche Airport
  • Nearby cities: Freital, Radebeul, Radeberg
  • To the city of Dresden from the airport: tram — 10 min, bus — 10 min.

Airport Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden — code IATA FKB — (

1 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Ettlingen, Bruchsal, Pforzheim
  • To the city of Karlsruhe from the airport: public bus — 60 min.
  • To the city of Baden-Baden from the airport: public bus — 15 min.

Memmingen Airport — IATA FMM Code — (

0.9 million passengers)

  • Also called: Allgäu-Airport Memmingen
  • Nearby cities: Buckheim, Tannheim, Benningen
  • To the city of Memmingen from the airport: public bus — 10 min.

Münster Airport Osnabruck — IATA code FMO — (

0.8 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Senden, Telgte, Greven
  • To the city of Münster from the airport: bus — 20 min.
  • To the city of Osnabruck from the airport: bus — 20 min.

Paderborn Airport — IATA PAD code — (

0.8 million passengers)

  • Also called: Paderborn Lippstadt Airport
  • Nearby cities: Bad Lippspringe, Borchen, Salzkotten
  • In Paderborn from the airport: bus — 20 min.
  • To the city of Lippstadt from the airport: shuttle bus — 20 min, train — 25 min (transfer is required)

Airport Friedrichshafen — code IATA FDH — (

0.6 million passengers)

  • Also called: Airport Bodensee Friedrichshafen
  • Nearby cities: Markdorf, Ravensburg, Tettnang
  • To the city of Friedrichshafen from the airport: train — 5 min.

Saarbrucken Airport — IATA SCN code — (

0.5 million passengers)

  • Also called: Enscheim Airport
  • Nearby cities: St. Ingbert, Riegelsberg, Forbach
  • To the city of Saarbrucken from the airport: public bus — 15 min.

Erfurt / Weimar Airport — IATA code ERF — (

0.2 million passengers)

  • Also called: Erfurt Airport
  • Nearby cities: Elxleben, Gotha, Weimar, Bad Langensalza
  • To the city of Erfurt from the airport: tram — 25 minutes, bus — 30 minutes.
  • Weimar from the airport: public bus — 30 min.

Airport Rostock-Laage — code IATA RLG — (

0.2 million passengers)

  • Also called: Rostock Airport
  • Nearby cities: Bad Doberan, Bentwisch, Brederstorf, Nienhagen
  • To the city of Rostock from the airport: public bus — 20 min.

О admin

x

Check Also

Airport La Paz: how to get there, Tourist Information

In this section, you will find a La Pass airport guide with information on Wi-Fi, recreation areas, facilities and services, ...

Airport Maturin: how to get there, Tourist Information

In this section you will find the Mathurins Airport Guide with information on Wi-Fi, recreation areas, facilities and services, traveler ...

Ushuaia Airport: how to get there, Tourist Information

In this section, you will find Ushuajas Airport Guide with information on Wi-Fi, recreation areas, facilities and services, traveler reviews ...

Belen Airport: how to get there, Tourist Information

In this section, you will find the Belens Airport Guide with information on Wi-Fi, recreation areas, facilities and services, traveler ...