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Transfer in Frankfurt

Old Feb 23, 11, 9:40 am
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Transfer in Frankfurt

Any hints, advice, tips for a transfer in Frankfurt? I am arriving on US Airways transfering to Lufthansa. I have 2 hours, thanks....
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Old Feb 23, 11, 9:43 am
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Everything you want to know about connecting in FRA is here:
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/miles...on-thread.html
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Old Feb 23, 11, 10:18 am
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Everything you want to know about connecting in FRA is here:
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/miles...on-thread.html
Thanks...talk about information "overload"! FRA seems like a nightmare from the posts in that thread! I think I'll just look for signs and a bar!
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Old Feb 23, 11, 10:26 am
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Originally Posted by cdepks View Post
Thanks...talk about information "overload"! FRA seems like a nightmare from the posts in that thread! I think I'll just look for signs and a bar!
Good idea! That thread is very extensive and detailed.
I did read it once. But, then decided I should be able to follow signs and figure out where to go.
Though, I am glad that some FT-ers decided to give the FRA connecting story in such detail.

FRA is indeed really complex for connecting.
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Old Feb 23, 11, 3:16 pm
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Originally Posted by cdepks View Post
Any hints, advice, tips for a transfer in Frankfurt? I am arriving on US Airways transfering to Lufthansa. I have 2 hours, thanks....
For most passengers there, it should be considered a rather boring airport in most regards -- that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Just be thankful you only have 2 hours scheduled there, which is usually sufficient for even the worst possible distances at the airport. Despite how the airport is laid out, signage at the airport is quite good about how to get around FRA and what is accessible at the airport.
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