Passengers can easily reach Terminal 3 by car, bus or taxi via the extended Zeppelinheim interchange from the A5 motorway and conveniently stop to unload right in front of the check in hall or park directly across from it. They can also easily get there via a new Sky Line train that carries them to and from the regional and long-distance train stations at Terminal 1 with a brief stop at Terminal 2.
Frankfurt Airport’s new terminal is optimally linked to the existing motorway network. Drivers enjoy direct access from the A5 motorway via the extended Zeppelinheim junction. New service roads also connect the terminal to the airport’s existing facilities.
A next-generation parking guidance and information system reliably guides passengers arriving in their own cars to one of many parking spaces. A parking structure with 8,500 spaces is just a short walk from the terminal building, so passengers can quickly begin their journeys.
Passengers can also very quickly reach Terminal 3 usingpublic transportation. To enable this, the existing Sky Line train is being supplemented by a new system that lets passengers arriving or leaving via the regional or long-distance train station speedily get between Terminals 1 and 3 via Terminal 2.
The trip between Terminals 1 and 3 on the Sky Line train takes only eight minutes. This new system is important for ensuring that transferring passengers can reach their connecting flights within 45 minutes, which is essential when flights are scheduled closely together.
At Frankfurt Airport, travelers can always get where they need to go quickly and without stress, whether they come by car or use public transportation. This includes rapid transfers between terminals. The new Terminal 3 really has been designed to live up to Fraport’s slogan, “Gute Reise! We make it happen.”