Frankfurt Airport (ICAO code: EDDF, IATA code: FRA; approved as Frankfurt/Main; Frankfurt Airport is Germany’s largest commercial airport.
It is also known as the Rhein-Main-Airport . In 2017, it was the fourth largest European airport after London Heathrow, Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol, and is at the 14th world-wide level. In 1996, he was awarded the rank of the world’s most important aeronautical hub.
A total of 70.5 million passengers were counted in Frankfurt in 2019. With more than 2.0 million tons, Frankfurt Airport is the largest freight carrier of all European airports and the eighth largest in the world.
Frankfurt airport is the home base of the airlines Lufthansa, Condor Flugdienst, Sunexpress Germany and Lufthansa Cargo. The operating company is Fraport AG, listed in the MDAX, which is majority owned by the Land of Hessen and the City of Frankfurt am Main.