Exclusively for your group
For minimalists who appreciate the essentials (45 minutes)
In consideration of the current situation regarding the coronavirus, the
Visitors’ Terrace at Frankfurt Airport will be closed from March 17 until
further notice. Our airport tours will also be suspended as of March 17.
Thank you for your understanding.
Do you like it short and action-packed? If so, our Mini Tour is the right choice for your group.
The bus heads straight across the apron. You drive past the terminals and experience a wide diversity of airlines and aircraft. To one side jets are taking off and landing, to the other they are fueled and loaded while passengers board and deplane. Every so often, your bus stops between jumbos and tugs. Your experienced guide explains what’s happening and answers your questions.
- Physically challenged persons are also welcome on our tours. However, please contact our booking office beforehand on a weekday.
- This tour can be booked for groups and clubs. A reservation request is recommended.
- Please make sure you meet the visa requirements for leaving the airport’s transit zone.
- Tour departure times may be changed at any time if required by airport operations.
Did you enjoy the tour or do you have any suggestions? Please let us know!
If you have questions, feel free to contact us
Phone: +49 (0)69 690 - 70291
Fax: +49 (0)69 690 - 53341
Our recommendation: take public transportation
Frankfurt Airport tends to be very busy on weekends, holidays, and during school vacations. The availability of parking spaces can therefore be limited. We advise visitors to use public transportation for getting to and from the airport. There are excellent bus and train connections from downtown Frankfurt and the surrounding region. If you have a Frankfurt Card or RheinMainCard, you’re entitled to discounts.
Pedal Your Way
Alternatively, you can cycle and get exercise while enjoying the countryside. Frankfurt Airport is integrated in the region’s dense network of scenic bike paths. Useful information and tips for getting there by bicycle are available in the Hesse Cycling Route Planner and this map (both only available in German). Along the way, you can stop at points close to the runways for a unique view of planes taxiing, landing and taking off.