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Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is your gateway to Germany's breathtaking Rhineland-Palatinate regions. It links 52 destinations in Europe with Germany. Thanks to its central location and excellent road connections, the airport is ideally situated for travel to a number of holiday regions and cities with travel times less than one hour. This airport guide will answer your general questions as an incoming passenger.

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1. Location of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport in Germany

Google Maps: Location of (A) Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is about
120 kilometres to the west of (B) Frankfurt am Main » get directions

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is located between the small towns of Hahn (Hunsrück) and Lautzenhausen in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Despite its name, the airport is located 120 km to the west of the city Frankfurt am Main.

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2. How to Get to & from Frankfurt-Hahn Airport

2.1 Flights to Germany

You can get to Germany by air from almost any destination in Europe. To check the destinations, please take a look of the timetable of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport.

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2.2 Bus Connections

Buses connect Frankfurt-Hahn Airport with major cities. You will find the bus stops in two locations at the airport:

  1. in front of Terminal 1 (arrival area)
  2. at the bus-terminal located further away of the terminal (a shuttle bus is provided that transports passengers between the bus-terminal and passenger terminal free of charge; to account for this, please add approximately 30 minutes to your travelling time.)

Bus routes and timetables:

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2.3 Railway Information

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport has no direct railway connection. However, the buses from the airport will take you to the railway stations in Koblenz, Trier, Mainz, Frankfurt Main Airport, Frankfurt Main City, Kirn, Idar-Oberstein and Saarbrücken where you can connect with Deutsche Bahn trains or local transport links.

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2.4 Taxi and Bus-Charter

There are several companies operating Taxis and Bus-Charter, offering direct transfer. Taxis you will find just outside the terminal.

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2.5 Rental Cars

All major car rental companies are present at the airport. You will find the desks of car rental services between the Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. The car rental facilities for pick-up and return are in the proximity of the terminal.  Click on a rental car company to view rates and make online reservations.

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3. Hotel & Holiday Flat Finder

There are several airport hotels and hotels in the surrounding towns. Here we have compiled for you a list that gives you an overview about hotels — sorted by distance from Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. You can list hotels, search hotels, contact hotels, get directions and make online reservations here.

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4. Travel Guides Germany

Did you know that on your arrival at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, you have arrived in the heart of Germany's breathtaking Rhineland-Palatinate regions? A region full of surprises, with a real treasure trove of sights waiting to be explored!

Rhineland-Palatinate and its 9 Holiday Regions

Five good reasons to explore Germany's Rhineland-Palatinate:

  1. It is home to no fewer than six famous wine-growing regions: the Middle Rhine Valley, Rheinhessen, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Nahe, Ahr and Pfalz,
  2. You will find more than 500 castles, castle ruins, fortresses and palaces in some of the region's most charming spots,
  3. Germany's most beautiful river valleys (Rhine, Moselle, Nahe, Ahr and Lahn) twist and turn their way through the region,
  4. Bicyclists love Rhineland-Palatinate because it is everything a cyclist could hope for, and
  5. If you are in need of a wellness break for body and soul, it is all here in 20 spa and health resort towns!

We invite you to be our guest and discover on this website the unusually rich variety of tourist and cultural attractions you haven't heard of yet, but that are among the insider tips of travellers from around the world visiting Germany. There is so much, so close — within easy reach of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport!

Travel Guides to:

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5. Important Phone Numbers

Below we have listed important phone numbers you should know. Here you can obtain further information about Frankfurt-Hahn Airport and the airlines.

5.1 Frankfurt-Hahn Airport (Terminal)

Flightinformation (Switchboard):
Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 50 92 00

Terminal Information Desk:
Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 50 91 13

Lost Property:
Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 50 91 11

Videotext (German TV):
SWR from page 530

5.2 Ryanair (Call-Centre in Germany)

Tel.: +49 (0) 900 - 116 0500
(call subject to charges)

5.3 WizzAir (Call-Centre in Germany)

Tel.: +49 (0) 900 - 120 4021
(call subject to charges)

5.4 Iceland Express (Call-Centre in Germany)

Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 507 600

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Hotels at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport
    ... or any other destination

Location of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport (Hahn) in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany:

Map of Germany with location of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport

Airport Address

Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn GmbH
55483 Lautzenhausen

Flightinformation (Switchboard):
Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 50 92 00

Terminal Information Desk:
Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 50 91 13

Lost Property:
Tel.: +49 (0) 65 43 - 50 91 11

Videotext (German TV):
SWR from page 530