Rail&Fly - the flexible way to get to your Lufthansa flight at a favourable price
As a passenger with Rail&Fly, Lufthansa and Deutsche Bahn (German Railways) offer you a great-value opportunity to travel by train from anywhere in Germany to your international Lufthansa flight. In cooperation with Deutsche Bahn (German railways) you can go by train to any airport in Germany, serviced by Lufthansa.
Rail&Fly – travel by train throughout Germany to your Lufthansa flight from €29
|Class||One Way Tariff||Return Tariff
|2nd Class||29 €||58 €
|1st Class||55 €||110 €|
Rail&Fly - is offering you advantages:
- Convenient travel from one of more than 5,600 DB stations to your Lufthansa flight
- The Rail&Fly ticket is valid on the date of your flight as well as one day before departure and one day after your return to Germany
- You have free choice of trains - the Rail&Fly Ticket is not limited to specific trains
- You may also use IC/EC (InterCity, EuroCity) and ICE (Intercity Express) trains at no extra charge
Rail&Fly - important conditions at a glance
- The Rail&Fly ticket is only valid in combination with an international flight operated by Lufthansa
- Rail&Fly tickets cannot be purchased in connection with flights to/from Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Salzburg, Vienna and Zürich.
- Rail&Fly is available on all trains of Deutsche Bahn. For City Night Line night trains and ICE Sprinter a dutiable advance reservation has to be done.
- Rail&Fly tickets are not valid for the Thalys, the high speed train on the route Paris-Brussels-Cologne-Amsterdam, in the DB-Autozug (Motorail), chartered trains and within the networks of transport associations.
- In case an airport cannot be reached by a service of Deutsche Bahn, Rail&Fly is offering the use of regional public transport services.
- Children under the age of 2 years travel for free, children under the age of 12 years receive a 25% discount. Children may not be travelling alone on Rail&Fly services.
- Rail&Fly tickets cannot be refunded.
* It is not possible to combine Lufthansa Rail&Fly with Germanwings flights.
Overview of free of charge Rail&Fly airport connections
From Cologne Central Station direct Intercity-Express/InterCity rail connection, S-Bahn line 13, Regional-Express and bus route SB 60 from Bonn Central Station:
|Airport||Nearest station||Connection to your flight
|Berlin-Tegel||Berlin Hbf||TXL Express Bus to Berlin-Tegel Airport
|Berlin-Schönefeld||Berlin-Schönefeld Airport station||Regional-Express, S-Bahn from Berlin Central Station to Berlin-Schönefeld Airport
|Bremen||Bremen Hbf||Tramline 6 direct to Bremen Airport
|Dortmund||Holzwickede||Airport shuttle to Dortmund Airport
|Dresden||Dresden Airport station||S-Bahn line S2 direct to Dresden Airport
|Dusseldorf||Dusseldorf Airport station|
Includes ‘Sky Train’ direct to terminal
|Direct Intercity-Express/Intercity rail connection, Regional-Express, S-Bahn line S11 to Dusseldorf Airport
|Frankfurt/M.||Frankfurt/M. Airport station||Direct Intercity-Express/Intercity rail connection
S-Bahn lines S8 and S9 via Frankfurt Central Station to Frankfurt/M Airport
|Hamburg||Hamburg Airport station||S-Bahn line S1 from Hamburg Central Station to Hamburg Airport
|Hanover||Hanover Airport station||From Hanover Central Station on S-Bahn line 5 to Hanover Airport
|Cologne/Bonn||Cologne/Bonn Airport station||From Cologne Central Station direct Intercity-Express/Intercity rail connection, S-Bahn line 13 and bus route from Bonn Central Station
|Leipzig/Halle||Leipzig/Halle Airport station||From Leipzig and Halle central stations direct Intercity connection and Regional-Express to Leipzig/Halle Airport
|Munich||Munich Airport station||Via the Central Station or Ostbahnhof Station on S-Bahn lines S1 and S8 to Munich Airport
|Münster/ Osnabrück||Münster (Westf) Hbf|
|Bus routes S 50, RT 51, D 50
X 150 ‘FMO-Express’ bus
|Nuremberg||Nuremberg Hbf||From Nuremberg Central Station on the Underground line 2 to Nuremberg Airport
|Stuttgart||Stuttgart Airport station||From Stuttgart Central Station on S-Bahn lines 2 and 3 to Stuttgart Airport|
Further information on bahn.de/railandfly
General information regarding Rail&Fly
You can now book your Rail&Fly ticket even more conveniently at the same time as you book your flight on LH.com.After you have chosen your flights, in the next step you can add the Rail&Fly ticket to your shopping basket. You will find the Rail&Fly option on the right beneath the flight prices.
Of course you can also book Rail&Fly tickets by calling the Lufthansa Service Centre under +49 (0)69 - 86 799 799.
The travel times for your train journey shown on your itinerary do not represent valid connections. To find the best train connection for your journey, go to www.bahn.de.
When choosing your train connection, please consider the check-in deadlines for your flight, so you arrive at the airport in time.
Collecting your ticket when booking via LH.com
Following your online booking on LH.com, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a link which takes you to your train ticket.
Please print out this ticket and remember to take it with you on the train, along with the means of identification you entered during the booking.
Please note that for joint bookings for several passengers only one Rail&Fly online ticket is generated. In this case all passengers must travel on the same train.
Collecting your ticket when booking through a travel agency or Lufthansa Service Centre
When you book at a travel agency or via the Lufthansa Service Centre, you have a choice of two ticket versions available to you from 72 hours before you start your journey. Please note that a Rail&Fly ticket for your return trip will also be available at the earliest 72 hours before departure: to do this call up the website www.accesrail.com/checkin and enter your name and either your ticket number or your booking code.
Collecting your ticket at the station
You can print out your Rail&Fly tickets at a DB-Fernverkehr machine. For this you will receive separate DB pick-up numbers from your travel agency or the Lufthansa Service Centre for your outbound and your return journeys.
If you are travelling with several people, each passenger receives two pickup numbers, one for their trip to the airport and one for the return trip.
Remember to take with you on the train:
- Your printed-out Rail&Fly ticket (must definitely be printed out before you start your journey).
- Your personal itinerary for your international Lufthansa flight received from your travel agent or from Lufthansa.
- Your valid passport or ID-card
- The means of identification you used when booking
Check-in and Baggage
For your train journey it is not necessary to check-in your baggage at the train station. Just take the baggage onto the train yourself.
You may check-in for your Lufthansa flight as early as 23 hours before departure. This can be done online via your PC or smartphone. Alternatively there you may use the Lufthansa Check-in Machines at the airport. Your baggage can be dropped off at the Lufthansa Baggage Drop-off counter.
Just in case – Rebooking and Refund
- If you rebook your flight ticket booked via a call center, the Rail&Fly Pickup Number (DB-Auftragsnummer) will still be valid, as long as the ticket has not yet been issued. The ticket will be printed with the updated date.
- For an online booking of a flight ticket including a Rail&Fly ticket, the confirmation mail and Pickup Number will be sent to you immediately. In case of an online rebooking of the flight ticket, the Rail&Fly ticket will loose its validity. A new Rail&Fly ticket has to be purchased. After purchase, a confirmation mail and a new Pickup Number will be sent to you.
- In case of loss a refund of a Rail&Fly ticket cannot be done.