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Frankfurt International Airport

Frankfurt International Airport is the largest airport in Germany and the second-largest in Europe. The IATA code is FRA

Frankfurt International is a hub of Lufthansa, the German flag carrier.

Frankfurt International is an oversaturated airport, so Lufthansa tends to divide the traffic between Frankfurt and Munich's Franz Josef Strauss International Airport when possible.

The location of the Check-in of many airlines is determined by what number the airline has. Some airlines don't have numbers.

Known Check-in Locations:

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  • Air Dolomiti
  • Air One
  • Austrian Airlines
  • British Midland
  • Lufthansa
  • Luxair
  • Maersk Air
  • SAS Scandinavian
  • Spanair
  • Tyrolean
315 - 318
  • Varig
319
  • Thai Airways International
320 - 323
  • South African Airways
  • Thai Airways International
324
  • Air Canada
  • South African Airways
325
  • Air Canada
326 - 331
  • All Nippon Airways
  • Air Canada
446 - 447
  • CSA Czech Airlines
  • Kuwait Airways
448 - 449
  • Kuwait Airways
450 - 452
  • Air Mauritius
  • Middle East Airlines Liban (MEA)
453
  • Middle East Airlines Liban (MEA)
454-461
  • Singapore Airlines
474-491
  • Condor
  • Thomas Cook Airlines
492
  • Air Algerie
  • Condor
  • Thomas Cook Airlines
493 - 494
  • Air Algerie
  • Khalifa Airways
  • SunExpress
495 - 496
  • SunExpress
  • United Airlines
497 - 500
  • United Airlines
501 - 507
  • Thai Airways International
  • United Airlines
508 - 509
  • United Airlines
510 - 512
  • Corsair
513 - 525
  • Corsair
  • Hapag-Lloyd Flug
537 - 540
  • Royal Air Maroc
541
  • Air China
  • Estonian Air
  • Libyan Arab Airlines
  • Royal Air Maroc
542 - 545
  • Air China
  • Croatia Airlines
  • Cyprus Airways
  • Estonian Air
  • Libyan Arab Airlines
  • TAROM
546 - 547
  • Balkan Air Tours
  • Croatia Airlines
  • Estonian Air
  • TAROM
548 - 550
  • Tunisair
553 - 554
  • Eurowings
  • Syrian Arab Airlines
555
  • Syrian Arab Airlines
658 - 660
  • Alitalia
  • Meridiana
661
  • Alitalia
  • LOT Polish
  • Meridiana
662-664
  • LOT Polish
665 - 669
  • Asiana
670 - 672
  • Egyptair
673
  • Air Namibia
  • Egyptair
674 - 676
  • Air Namibia
678 - 682
  • Turkish Airlines
683 - 685
  • Olympic Airways
726 - 730
  • Emirates
734 - 739
  • American Airlines
759
  • El Al
801 - 806
  • Air France
807
  • Air France
  • Germania
808
  • Germania
809 - 810
  • Malev Hungarian
815 - 820
  • China Airlines
  • Japan Airlines
841 - 846
  • Air Adriatic
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Deutsche BA
847 - 852
  • Air Adriatic
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Deutsche BA
  • Korean Air
852
  • Air Malta
  • Air Adriatic
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Deutsche BA
  • Korean Air
853 - 860
  • Air Malta
  • Air Adriatic
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Deutsche BA
861 - 862
  • Air Adriatic
  • Deutsche BA
863 - 864
  • Air Adriatic
  • Deutsche BA
  • Swiss International Airlines
865
  • Air Adriatic
  • Deutsche BA
866 - 868
  • Air Adriatic
  • Deutsche BA
  • TAP Air Portugal
880 - 885
  • Aero Lloyd
897 - 899
  • Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise
901 - 914
  • British Airways
  • Iberia
915 - 920
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Iberia
  • Lan Chile
  • Qantas
941 - 946
  • Northwest Airlines
947 - 949
  • KLM
950
  • Finnair
951 - 953
  • Finnair
  • Qatar Airways
954 - 956
  • Qatar Airways
963 - 968
  • Continental Airlines
980 - 985
  • LTU International Airways
986 - 999
  • US Airways

Frankfurt International has 5 Terminals or Halls.

Hall 1A

Hall 1B

Hall 1C

Hall 2D

Hall 2E

Frankfurt International currently serves more destinations than London's Heathrow International Airport, but Frankfurt International is still in second place compared to Heathrow International in terms of traffic and arrivals and departures.

Paris' Charles De Gaulle Airport may take Frankfurt International's 2nd Place spot, since that airport is rapidly growing.

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