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Frankfurt Hahn Airport

The small town of Hahn is 75 miles away from Frankfurt. The airport there is called 'Frankurt Hahn' only by Ryanair, who use it for flights into that area of Germany. Otherwise it is known as Hahn Airport.

As a result of its location, it can take over 2 hours to get to Frankfurt city centre. However, a regular coach shuttle service runs between the airport and Frankfurt main station, operated by

If you were going straight from the airport to the Deutsche Bank Park (aka Frankfurt Arena for the Euros), the quickest you can do it in is about 2 hours 20 minutes (on a bus to Mainz and then the S8 metro train heading for Offenbach Ostbahnhof, alighting at Frankfurt am Main Stadion). These and other journeys from the airport by public transport can be planned via the VRM regional public transport website

If you're planning on picking up a hire car at the airport, the only well-known car rental company that appears to operate there is Europcar.

Hotels close to the airport

Within 5 minutes of the terminal

B&B Hotel Frankfurt Hahn Airport 
Right across the road from the terminal building. Very convenient budget hotel. Breakfast at extra charge. 

Airport Hotel Fortuna
A 5-minute walk from the terminal. Free shuttle. Restaurant, bar and free Wi-Fi.

My Place
800 metres from the airport. 2 minutes by complimentary shuttle (24 hours). Bar and terrace. Free parking.


You can see photos of the airport in this Hahn Airport gallery.

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