Nuremberg airport

Nuremberg International Airport was opened between the fields of the “Knoblauchsland” market gardening area in Nuremberg in April 1955 and has become one of the most important infrastructure providers in North Bavaria and a major aviation hub at the heart of a growing Europe. Nuremberg airport is with more than 3 300 000 passengers the second busiest airport in Bavaria.

Today’s Nuremberg airport offers following services:

free Wi-Fi, Airport Maps, ATM & Currency Exchange, Tax Refund, Lounges, Scenic Flights, Observation Deck, Shopping, Special Offers, Airport Shop, Duty Free & Travel Value Shop, Book Store, Travel Shop, Thomas Sabo Shop, Food & Beverages, Aero Club, Bratwursthaus (sausages), Bars, Der Kalchreuther Bäcker (Bakery), Marché Bistro, McDonald's, Mövenpick Restaurant, Terminal90,

Operating airlines:

Air Berlin, Air Croatia, Air France, Air VIA, Bulgarian Air Charter, Eurowings, Germanwings, KLM, Lufthansa, Lufthansa Regional, Pegasus Airlines, Ryanair, SunExpress, SunExpress Deutschland, Swiss International Air Lines, TUIfly, Turkish Airlines, Vueling, Wizz Air,


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How to reach the Nuremberg airport:


Flughafenstraße 100, 90411 Nürnberg

The underground line U2 directly connects the Airport with the main railway station (Central Station) and the city centre. Alternatively you can take the bus line 32 to Nürnberg Thon or 33 to Nürnberg Buch. The night bus N12 ensures a connection on Friday nights, Saturday nights and the nights before public holidays. Get a map of the surrounding area and find all stops/stations.


There are about 8,000 car parking spaces available at Nuremberg Airport. Apart from three parking garages, there are various parking lots in close vicinity to the terminals.