Airports in Germany

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Fly easily and comfortably with SWISS from eleven German airports to more than 100 destinations in the world (summer schedule 2015) - thanks to short distances and fast connection times at our hub Zurich.

  • Berlin Tegel Airport

    Berlin Tegel Airport

    Tegel 'Otto Lilienthal' Airport is situated to the north of Berlin, approx. eight kilometres from the city centre and unmistakable due to its notable hexagonal departure ring. More than 19,5 million passengers used the five terminals in 2013.


Various bus connections (128, 109, X9, TXL) are available from Berlin Tegel Airport to Berlin city centre, making the airport very well integrated in Berlin's public transport network.The airport can be reached by car directly via the A111 autobahn.

  • Hamburg Airport

    Hamburg Airport

    The international Airport Hamburg is located in the area Fuhlsbüttel. More than 15 million passengers per year make use of the two modern terminals with spacious infrastructure.


Hamburg Airport provides around 12,000 parking spaces to passengers at the airport. The S-Bahn (metro rail network) connects the airport to the city centre, with trains operating every 10 minutes.

  • Hanover Airport

    Hanover Airport

    Providing a wide range of services, short distances on site, top access to the German rail network and its own highway junction, Hannover Airport is the ideal starting point for your journey to Northern Germany.


The airport is located in the intersection of the A7 and A2. The S5 takes you from Terminal C directly to Hannover main station in 18 minutes. By taxi the journey to the city center takes around 20 min.

  • Cologne Bonn Airport

    Cologne Bonn Airport

    Cologne Bonn Airport is one of the largest commercial airports in Germany with about 9.3 million passengers per year. 2 terminals, 3 parking garages and the airport's railway station offer short distances for all passengers.


The airport is easily accessible by car and right next to the motorway A59. Three car parks offer 12.500 parking lots. The underground airport railway station is centrally located between terminal 1 and 2.

  • Dresden Airport

    Dresden Airport

    The airport that serves Saxony’s capital city is just 9 km away from the city centre. The terminal, a former aviation industry hangar, is one of the most attractive passenger terminals in Germany.


There is a dedicated exit for Dresden Airport on the A4 motorway. S-Bahn line S2 runs between the city centre and the airport every 30 minutes. Bus routes 77 and 80 also stop at the airport.

  • Dusseldorf Airport

    Dusseldorf Airport

    The international airport Dusseldorf is located only 10 km from the city center. Three modern terminals with more than 60 shops and plenty of restaurants serve more than 22 million passengers per year.


Dusseldorf Airport has its own junction providing a direct connection to the A44 motorway. With its two railway stations and over 350 train stops per day, Düsseldorf Airport offers you also a comfortable alternative to arriving by car.

  • Frankfurt Airport

    Frankfurt Airport

    Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is located 12 km south west from Frankfurt City Centre. With its 58 Million passengers in 2013, it is Europe’s third biggest airport and an international hub.


Thanks to its prime location and superb accessibility, Frankfurt Airport is your gateway to Germany and the rest of Europe. It can be reached by car, long-distance train and public transport.

  • Leipzig / Halle Airport

    Leipzig / Halle Airport

    Leipzig/Halle Airport, located between the cities of Leipzig and Halle, acts as the modern and efficient gateway for the central German region to economies and tourism markets around the world.


The airport is linked to the motorways 9 and 14 and the main road 6. The German railway is serving the airport for short distance transport. Long-distance coaches complete the journey options.

  • Munich Airport

    Munich Airport

    Munich Airport is with 229 destinations around the world, more than 200 shops and restaurants as well as the short connecting time of 30 minutes, according to Skytrax in 2013, the best airport in Europe.


Driving to Munich Airport via the A 92 Munich-Deggendorf Autobahn is easy taking the Flughafen München exit. By public transport: two train lines depart from the airport to the city every 10 minutes. Besides numerous bus routes connect the airport with the surrounding cities.

  • Nuremberg Airport

    Nuremberg Airport

    Handling around 3.4 million passengers a year, the Albrecht Dürer Airport has been the gateway to the world for the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg for more than sixty years. Nuremberg Airport is amongst the top ten international airports in Germany.


Direct underground connection (13 minutes to the city centre), short distances and good access by car as well as 8,000 parking spaces awarded Nuremberg airport the Business Traveller Award 2015 as “Best German Airport”.

  • Stuttgart Airport

    Stuttgart Airport

    Stuttgart Airport is located in the heart of SouthWest Germany and offers passengers 4 clearly structured terminals and a great variety of shops and restaurants all on very short distances.


Right off the Motorway A8 (Karlsruhe – Munich) and less than 30 minutes away from the city centre, both by car and train (S2,S3).Car rental companies are located in Terminal 1, Level 2 and taxis are right in front of the terminals.