Flights from Stansted to Frankfurt are over in a flash, with a duration of less than an hour and a half. There are plenty of direct services throughout the day, but should you need to take a connecting flight then you will be likely to stopover in Gothenburg or Stockholm. Morning flights are usually more prevalent, but flights can be found in the evening or even later at night.
Frankfurt Airport is the third busiest in Europe thanks to the city’s status as one of the world’s major financial hubs. As such the city centre is well-served by ground transportation links, which lies just under eight miles northeast of the airport.
There are two train stations at Frankfurt Airport, one of which caters for passengers travelling to areas in the local vicinity, while the other puts on services to destinations further afield, including to international cities. Information and tickets for local services can be obtained from the RMV Mobility Centre or DB Travel Centre in Terminal 1, B Concourse, Level 0.
There are a number of bus services that run to a variety of locations around Frankfurt from Terminal 1. The number 61 to the Frankfurt South train station, 62 to Schwanheim and AIRliner to Darmstadt also depart from the bus stop at hall E, exit 8 of Terminal 2.
A number of Frankfurt hotels run shuttle services to the airport, stopping in front of both terminals, while there is also a taxi rank. Journeys to the city centre ought to take 20-30 minutes. Car hire firms such as Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt are located in the arrivals area of Terminals 1 and 2.