Fly direct from the UK to Frankfurt and discover a forward-looking city in the heart of modern Europe. Frequent, regular flights to Frankfurt make it easy to find the travel times that suit you best.
Frankfurt’s mix of modernity and long history has produced a city where you can climb some of Europe’s tallest modern towers and then visit great museums filled with old master paintings straight afterwards. Nearby, you’ll find ancient castles, fairytale villages and the steep Rhine Valley, making Frankfurt an unusual but rewarding choice for a city break.
Flights between London Heathrow and Frankfurt Airport take 1 hour 40 minutes. Flights between London City and Frankfurt airport take 1 hour 30 minutes. With plenty of flights to choose from, planning a city break in Frankfurt has never been simpler.
Flying from London to Frankfurt with British Airways
When you fly with British Airways, you can choose a departure date that suits you and you’ll enjoy a safe and comfortable journey. Our cabin crew will be happy to help you with anything you need, so you can simply relax. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 48 hours before you fly. You can also buy delicious food from British food favourite M&S, on board all flights from/to London Heathrow and London Gatwick. For your convenience we will only accept payment by credit/debit cards on board, and Executive Club Members can pay with Avios via the British Airways app.
Frankfurt Airport’s two terminals are located 7.5 miles (12 Kilometres) from central Frankfurt. Trains depart for Frankfurt’s Central Station from Terminal 1 every 15 minutes, arriving 11 minutes later. Buses from Terminal 1 also run, arriving at Frankfurt’s southern Station in 20-30 minutes. Tickets are bought from machines before boarding and are valid across Frankfurt’s public excellent transport system, which includes underground trains and trams.
Germany’s busiest airport has plenty of places to shop, eat and drink. In the Terminal 1 departure lounge, try Haussman’s restaurant for new cooking from Tim Mälzer, Germany’s answer to Jamie Oliver. Alternatively, dine with runway views at Kafer’s, a French-style bistro in the terminal’s public area. There is also a wide range of duty free shopping available in the airport’s departure lounges.
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