Are lounges open in Frankfurt Airport Covid?
As the health and safety of our guests at Frankfurt Airport is our main priority, the lounges are currently open to a limited extent. Please contact your lounge and ask for the current opening times. We thank you for your understanding during this time and apologize for any inconvenience.
Do I need a Covid test to fly to Frankfurt?
A negative Covid-19 test, which must take place before entering Germany, is required regardless of the risk classification for those entering or returning to Germany. Those who are fully vaccinated, have recovered from Covid-19 and children under twelve years of age are exempt from compulsory testing.
Can you buy lounge access Frankfurt Airport?
Vouchers for lounge access can be purchased at the Lufthansa service counters of the respective departure airport immediately prior to visiting the lounge. At Frankfurt and Munich airports, it is also possible to purchase admission directly at the lounge entrance.
Can I transit through Frankfurt Covid-19?
Frankfurt Airport (FRA) The COVID-19 test must be taken no more than 48 hours before your arrival in Germany. It will be checked by your airline prior to scheduled departure. Children 6 years older and younger are exempt from the testing requirement. Eligible tests can be PCR, LAMP, TMA or antigen tests.
Does Frankfurt Airport offer Covid test for transit passengers?
We inform you about quarantine regulations and corona testing for returning and departing passengers. Please note that the testing opportunities at Frankfurt Airport are available exclusively to arriving and departing passengers and that all tests are subject to a fee.
Can you pay to get into Lufthansa lounge?
Lounge access for Economy Class passengers Of course, you can also visit the Lufthansa lounges as an Economy Class passenger (availability limited). To do so, present your valid Lufthansa boarding pass at the lounge entrance and simply pay by credit card or book lounge access online before your trip.
Does Frankfurt Airport have sleeping pods?
Looking for a little shut-eye before your flight? Passengers at Frankfurt Airport now have the opportunity to take time out in specially designed NapCabs. Three of these snooze pods are now available in transit area B of Terminal 1. They can be found on Level 3, next to the roof terrace.
Can you pay to get into Lufthansa Lounge?
Can I transit at Frankfurt Airport?
Passengers can board and alight from the public area as well as from the transit area. The stops are located in: Terminal 1, A/Z (transit area) Terminal 1, B/C (access via departure hall B on level 2)