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Frankfurt Hahn Airport
Frankfurt Hahn Airport, previously an American military airport, receives approximately four million passengers annually, flying to destinations in more than 12 countries. The largest scheduled airline is the budget Irish airline, Ryanair, which has 19 destinations. There is one main terminal building with numerous facilities to cater for its high passenger numbers. Car rentals are a popular choice of transport for most arriving passengers. Book cheap car hire at Frankfurt Hahn Airport with us for the cheapest deals across the market.
From the end of 2004, there will be just one main terminal at the airport, with more space for shops and food.
Volksbank is currently located in Terminal 1 and has an ATM and currency exchange facility.
The Airport offers its passengers many shops and restaurants which are located in Terminal 1, including; Sunflight Optics, a hair salon, Gusto Wine and Delicacies, souvenir shops and a duty-free shop.
A business conference centre is located 1,500m from the terminals and has ample parking. There are eight seminar rooms with standard equipment, four seminar rooms with IT equipment, a cafeteria, and an assembly hall for larger events.
Facilities at the airport cater for the disabled; additionally, passengers with restricted mobility can park free of charge at car park P1 on presentation of an authorized aG, H or BL certificate.
The short term parking area is in front of the Departures terminal and the long term parking, P2 - P8, is next to the terminal. There is a free shuttle bus to all parking areas from 05:00 to 01:00 every day. Spaces cannot be booked in advance.
Frankfurt Hahn Airport is quite a long way out of Frankfurt itself, but it is central to Frankfurt, Ludwigshafen, Cologne and Luxembourg and is fairly easy to reach. Car rental suppliers operating from desks in the arrivals hall of the main terminal building are National Alamo, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Sixt and Hertz. Book through our comparison website and we'll provide you with an even bigger selection of cars for you to choose from, as well as some fantastic added extras to help improve your car rental experience.
There is a bus station at the Arrivals area in front of Hall B in Terminal 1; buses take 1 hour, 45 minutes to reach Frankfurt.
By car to Frankfurt, head east on the B50, turning right on to the A61, A60 and A66 autobahns. Journey time is approximately 1 hour, 30 minutes.
Taxis are available, but are very expensive and best shared; the cost is typically around €180 to Frankfurt.