Frankfurt International Airport
Frankfurt International Airport is the third-busiest airport in Europe after London Heathrow Airport and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, handling passenger and cargo flights from all over the world. The size of the airport comes as no surprise considering Frankfurt is one of Germany's main industrial and financial centers.
A 15-minute drive away from Frankfurt International Airport, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt is an ideal place to stay for both tourists and business people. This hotel in Frankfurt offers a range of superb accommodation, catering to both business and leisure travelers.
About Frankfurt International Airport
A major European transport hub, Frankfurt International Airport comprises two large terminals and welcomes 58 million passengers every year. Opened in 1936, the airport has continued to grow over the decades to include four runways and offer flights to 275 locations in 11 countries.
The airport hosts two separate cargo terminals and one for the exclusive use of Lufthansa first-class travelers. In 2005, the airport took over the adjoining Rhein-Main US/NATO Air Base and now plans to build a third general-use terminal on the site.
The Frankfurt International Airport complex also features two train stations, providing both regional and long-distance train services, reinforcing the station's role as a major transport center for the region.
Staying at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt has excellent transport links, making it great for departures and arrivals from Frankfurt International. Enjoy easy motorway access and a nearby train station for exploring Frankfurt and beyond, including events such as the Frankfurt Marathon.