How can I make sure I will arrive at Frankfurt am Main airport with the train?
and not the Frankfurt-Hahn airport? I was already in Germany before with a train but I want to be sure this time cause I'm flying. what is the german word for airport?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Frankfurt Hahn airport which is not to be confused with Frankfurt airport has NO TRAIN CONNECTION
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Frankfurt hahn airport there is NO train only a bus shuttle service.
The German word is for Airport Flughafen
- 1 decade ago
don't worry, there's no way of confusing between them coz hahn doesnt have a train station and airport is called flughafen. but make sure u take a train that is scheduled to arrive to the airport long time before ur actual departure because the railway station does have some delays in winter
- Lucius T FowlerLv 71 decade ago
The German word for "airport" is "Flughafen" (say: 'flook-'huff-ayn), which is just almost a literal translation of "airport": "Flug" means "to fly", like: in the air, and "Hafen" means port. So if you ask for the "Flughafen", I'm sure you'll get there safely. (And up in the air and back again.)
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- 1 decade ago
Frankfurt Airport DOES have a train from the airport to the Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. Just look at any map at the Hauptbahnhof. You basically take one train and its about 6-8 stops I believe from the Train station to the airport.
Airport = Flueghafen
Train = Bahn
Train Station = Hauptbahnhof
help me = hilfe mich, bitte!!!!!!!
good luck! Remember to look at the train map!Source(s): Been there, done that last summer.
- catLv 61 decade ago
airport = Flughafen
check the web for the train connections: www.bahn.de