Hotel Concorde

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from airport to hotel in just 15 minutes

The Concorde Hotel is approx. 15 min from Frankfurt Airport by either taxi or S-Bahn train.

Fraport AG is among the leading groups of companies in the international airport business. With Frankfurt Airport, the company operates one of the world’s most important air transportation hubs. An experienced airport manager, Fraport is expanding Frankfurt Airport together with partners into Frankfurt Airport City – an outstanding real-estate location and gateway of mobility and excitement. In addition to covering the full range of airport services, Fraport AG is a competent partner in airport retailing and real-estate development.

As a full-service provider in the airport management field, Fraport AG is active on four continents through investments and subsidiaries.

In regard to the passenger count in 2010, Frankfurt Airport was ranked third in Europe behind London-Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle. In the freight sector Frankfurt Airport was ranked second in Europe. Frankfurt Airport serviced about 53 million passengers in 2010.

Directions from the airport to the hotel

A taxi from the airport to the hotel costs approximately 30.00 euro, the trip takes approx. 15 minutes. By S-Bahn electric train (4.35 euro per person), lines S8 and S9 provide a direct connection to the main railway station.The trip takes 11 minutes. The hotel is approx. 200 metres from the main railway station: Opposite platform 12 to the left of the DB-Servicecenter (German Railways Service Center), go down one flight of stairs to the shopping arcade, turn to the left and take the second way up on the right-hand side (Karlstraße/Düsseldorfer Straße). On street level continue to the right into Karlstraße. The hotel is located at number 9 Karlstraße, opposite the supermarket “REWE”.

In the coming years Fraport will modernize and expand the infrastructure in the north area of the airport. The extensive capacity expansion program includes building a fourth runway for aircraft landings only and an additional Terminal 3 at the Frankfurt location. Furthermore, Fraport will implement continuous measures to generate further retail space and increase real estate business at the airport. Consequently, Frankfurt Airport is not only a central traffic junction for aircraft, cars and trains but also an “Airport City” – a first class address for mobility, shopping, events and real estate.

Fraport’s portfolio of services includes more than all services connected to airport operations. Fraport is also a competent partner for airport retailing and real estate development.

In 2010, the Fraport Group generated € 2,19 billion revenue and Group profits of € 271,5 million.

Frankfurt Airport has become Germany’s largest employment complex at a single location, with more than 500 companies and organizations providing jobs for 70,000 people. Fraport AG and its subsidiaries and affiliated companies alone employed nearly 18,900 people at FRA as of the end of 2010 (including apprentices and staff on leave).

On average 1,356 aircraft take off and land at Frankfurt every day.

  • Passengers: 52.2 million
  • Flights: 490,100
  • Destinations: 304
  • Countries: 104
  • Airlines: 108

Home airport: Lufthansa, Thomas Cook Airlines (formerly Condor) Air freight: largest volume in Europe with over 1.5 million tonnes