Frankfurt, Germany

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Frankfurt (FRA)

Transferring within and between terminals

Terminal 2 (international to international)

If you have a boarding pass for your connection, proceed directly to the departure gate.

If you require a boarding pass:

From an international E.U. Schengen flight to a E.U. Schengen flight – You are not required to pass through passport control.

From E.U. Schengen flight to non-Schengen flight – Proceed through passport control, then directly to the check-in counter to obtain a boarding pass.

From a non-Schengen flight to E.U. Schengen flight – Proceed through passport control, then directly to the check-in counter to obtain a boarding pass.

From Non-Schengen flight to non-Schengen flight – Proceed through passport control, obtain boarding pass from the departure gate and proceed through passport control again.

Terminal 1 to Terminal 2

If you have a boarding pass and your luggage has been checked through, follow the signs to the Sky Line train, which will take you to Terminal 2.

If you require a boarding pass:

Arrival from an E.U. Schengen country – Take the Sky Line train to either Terminal 1 or 2 and proceed to the check-in counters to obtain a boarding pass.

Arrival from a non-Schengen country – Proceed through passport control first, then take the Sky Line train to either Terminal 1 or 2. Proceed to the check-in counters for transfer to an E.U. Schengen country or directly to the departure gate for transfer to a non-Schengen country.

The Sky Line train has a separate transit area for non-Schengen to non-Schengen connections.

How long does it take to transfer between terminals?

The Sky Line train operates every two to three minutes. Transfers between terminals for international connections take 15-30 minutes and up to 40 minutes for domestic connections.