Frankfurt International Airport is one of the biggest Airports in Europe and provides easy and fast transportation.

It is one of the world's most important airports, Frankfurt is the home base of the Star Alliance and also served by a long roster of other airlines from all over the globe. No other European airport offers as many nonstop flights to Seoul or Shanghai, for example.
Frankfurt is also intermodally linked, making it one of Europe's most important transportation hubs. Over 120 airlines have around 4,650 direct flights a week to 307 destinations in 109 countries and it takes only three hours to fly to Madrid, London, Moscow or Athens, nine to Chicago and 11 to Mumbai or Guangzhou.
Nearly 30% of the passengers arrive by train, and many leave via the airport train stations: in one of the 390 trains that take them fast to destinations in the region and the rest of Europe. Over 160 trains a day ensure immediate connections.

Frankfurt Airport