Frankfurt Airport is safely ready to get busy again
Flight services at Frankfurt Airport are being stepped up significantly from the first week in June.
Amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic, Frankfurt Airport is getting ready to ramp up passenger flights again. Fraport, its owner and operator, is taking comprehensive steps to prevent contagion in the currently used areas of Terminal 1 and comply with the requirements imposed by the responsible health authorities.
Flight services at Frankfurt Airport are being stepped up significantly from the first week in June. They will focus on connections between cities in Europe, but flights to popular vacation destinations will also increase. For instance, various airlines plan to resume multiple weekly connections to Majorca (6). Further long-haul destinations are also being added to the timetables. The included table shows the flights currently scheduled at Frankfurt Airport. Daily capacity is now up to around 26,000. This is around 10 percent of the previous year's figure. The airport operator expects a gradual build-up of flight services in the weeks ahead. However, as overall volumes remain well below last year's levels due to the coronavirus pandemic, Terminal 1 will remain the focal point of all passenger handling activities for the time being.
Airlines reserve the right to change flight services at short notice. Passengers should always check the latest information from their airline before traveling. They are also advised to look up the current travel advice of the German Federal Foreign Office.
Frankfurt Airport has been ready to step up flight operations since mid-May. Airport operator Fraport has implemented extensive anti-infection measures in the areas currently in use in Terminal 1, in line with all health authority regulations.