Central European transport hub

The outstanding transport infrastructure is very important for establishing international business contacts and developing new markets abroad but also allowing foreign companies to enter the domestic market.
Frankfurt Airport is one of the largest airport hubs in the world and offers optimum connections to all important destinations all over the world. Virtually every European capital can be reached in less than 2 hours. Every week, 4,758 flights link Frankfurt to 304 destinations in 108 countries. Frankfurt operates 351 flights per week to North America. And with some 619 flight connections per week, Frankfurt Airport is the gateway to Eastern Europe.

The overland transport network also allows maximum mobility. Frankfurt’s main railway station is one of the largest in Europe and is integrated into the European high-speed train network, which means it can provide fast connections to major German and European cities. Frankfurt Airport has its own railway station, which is also integrated into the European high-speed network.

The Rhine-Main-Transport Authority (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV)) provides fast connections within the region. Germany’s second largest regional transport authority is particularly valued by commuters.

Of course, Frankfurt also offers excellent connections to the European motorway network: the FrankfurtRhineMain region is situated near the motorway intersections for north-south and east-west connections and has an extensive road network.