Lufthansa Airport Buses
You will benefit from a bus service that is timed precisely to the flights at our Frankfurt and Munich hubs. For no matter which airline you are flying with, you can travel comfortably to and from the airport with the Lufthansa Airport Bus or the shuttle services operated by our cooperation partners.
Thanks to appropriate frequencies and minimal transfer times, the airport bus is a convenient way to catch your flight. Please note that for the airport bus route Bahrain – Dammam there are different rules relating to booking, check-in and baggage as well as different facilities on the bus. You will find detailed information about this on the route information page.
Lufthansa Airport Bus routes at a glance
Arrival and departure times
Please see the Lufthansa timetable for information on the arrival and departure times of the Lufthansa airport buses.
Postbus is now on the road in the Lufthansa route network
You can now enjoy new connections to Frankfurt and Munich airports. As part of a cooperation agreement with Postbus, the following routes have been incorporated into the Lufthansa network:
Bonn – Frankfurt Airport and v.v.
Regensburg – Munich Airport and v.v.
Augsburg - Munich Airport and v.v. (from October 2015)
You can book tickets for the Lufthansa Airport Bus in exactly the same way as you would book a Lufthansa flight directly online at LH.com. To do this, simply enter Frankfurt as your departure airport and Kaiserslautern Hbf. (KLT), Saarbrucken (SDB), Strasbourg (XER), Bonn (QBB), Regensburg (ZPM) or Augsburg (AUB) as your destination airport.
Alternatively, you can also book the Lufthansa Airport Bus through a Lufthansa agency.
Please note that, as for a flight, you need a ticket in advance for the Airport Bus. Unfortunately you cannot buy a ticket from the bus driver.
For the Lufthansa Airport Bus Bahrain – Dammam route, different rules apply to booking. Please read more about these on the route information page.
Check-in and Baggage
Travelling by airport bus from Kaiserslautern, Saarbrucken, Strasbourg or Bonn to Frankfurt Airport
Lufthansa airport bus passengers arriving at Frankfurt Airport can – like all other passengers – use the baggage check-in options that are available to them in Departure Hall A. Passengers who are only travelling with carry-on baggage can proceed directly to their departure gate.
After landing in Frankfurt passengers collect their baggage and pass through Customs. Please note that because of Customs regulations it is not possible for baggage to be transported automatically to Kaiserslautern, Saarbrucken, Strasbourg or Bonn.
Travelling by airport bus from Regensburg or Augsburg (from 1 October 2015) to Munich Airport
Lufthansa Airport Bus passengers – like all other passengers – can use the baggage check-in options available to them in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport. Passengers who are only travelling with carry-on baggage can proceed directly to their departure gate.
After landing in Munich passengers collect their baggage and go through Customs. Please note that it is not possible to transport your baggage automatically to Regensburg or Augsburg because of Customs regulations.
|Means of transport||Check-in||Baggage
||Mobile check-in, online check-in||Driver helps with the loading and unloading of baggage
|Lufthansa connecting flight
||Mobile check-in, online check-in, check-in at a check-in machine||Check in baggage at Frankfurt or Munich Airport at the baggage drop-off counter|
|Means of transport||Check-in||Baggage
||Mobile check-in, online check-in, check-in at a check-in machine||Check in baggage at the baggage drop-off counter at the departure airport
||Mobile check-in, online check-in, check-in at a check-in machine||As usual collect your baggage after landing and after clearing customs take it with you to the Lufthansa Airport Bus|
Important information about the airport bus routes from Kaiserslautern, Saarbrucken, Strasbourg, Bonn, Regensburg or Augsburg (from 1 October 2015)
- Always allow at least 60 minutes between flight and bus.
- For capacity reasons baggage allowance is limited to two pieces per passenger.
- The check-in deadline for the Lufthansa Airport Bus is 15 minutes before departure. If you are not at the bus stop by this time, your seat may be given to another passenger.
- Passengers must travel as originally booked and then travel and complete their trip as per this reservation.
- For almost all routes you can print out your boarding pass for the Lufthansa airport bus and your connecting flight from as early as 23 hours before departure on your own PC or have it issued as a mobile boarding pass.
- For the journey to Kaiserslautern, Saarbrucken, Strasbourg, Bonn, Regensburg or Augsburg (from 1 October 2015) you can get your boarding pass for the Lufthansa Airport Bus from any Lufthansa check-in machine at Frankfurt or Munich Airport or directly from the bus driver. Unfortunately, no through-check-in is possible, as it would be for two consecutive flights. You can sit wherever you wish on the bus.
- To enable a smooth procedure at the bus stop, please check in for the bus immediately upon arrival at Frankfurt or Munich Airport.
Conditions of carriage
By booking the Lufthansa Airport Bus you are agreeing to its conditions of carriage. Please read these through first:
Lufthansa Airport Bus Conditions of Carriage (PDF)
Information about the buses
The Lufthansa Airport Bus fleet consists solely of four-star category, First Class coaches. Comfortable seats, air conditioning and a toilet, as well as reading lamps, anti-glare blinds and footrests are standard. Wi-Fi is also available to you.
Airport Shuttle Services
Individual and comfortable – the Lufthansa airport shuttles on the routes from Heidelberg to Frankfurt Airport and from Munich city centre to Munich Airport as well as the airport shuttle on the route from Regensburg to Munich Airport.