Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN)
Airport Information

(Cologne, Germany)

Cologne Airport (CGN) Information: Photo of the River RhineNamed so because of its mid-way location between the two cities, Cologne Bonn Airport is thus a gateway to both destinations and is now one of Germany's largest by volume. Within the 40 busiest airports in Europe, Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) sees numerous daily international and domestic flights to the tune of almost 10 million-plus annual passengers and more than 40,000 a day at peaks times, with an overall capacity of 12 million.

Close to Lind, Rösrath, Scheiderhöhe, Siegburg and Troisdorf, the airport is open 24 hours day and sited approximately 15 km / 9 miles to the south-east of central Cologne and around 20 km / 12 miles to the north-east of Bonn. Cologne Bonn Airport currently employs a total of over 12,000 people and features a three-runway system, two terminals and covers around 2,470 acres / 1,000 hectares, making it Germany's number six airport in terms of size. Significant airlines include Air Berlin, Condor, Germanwings, Lufthansa and TUfly and Continental, which offers direct flights to New York.

Close to the A59 motorway, shuttle buses run from Cologne Bonn Airport to and from Cologne and Bonn bus stations (busbahnhof), as well as to Dusseldorf Central Station from Terminal 2. There is also a railway station at the airport, where trains travel to Cologne, while taxis are readily available for transport to Bonn, Cologne, Troisdorf, Bruhl and Siegburg, amongst other locations.

About Cologne Tourism

Cologne is a magnificent city of fine museums and architecture, being best known for its 13th-century Gothic cathedral, the Dom, while other highlights include the Botanical Gardens, the zoo and the Rheinpark. Located in the North Rhine-Westphalia area of western Germany, Cologne is the capital of the Rhineland and regularly hosts many enormous events at its Trade Fair complex.

To the south-west of Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN), the city of Bonn was the former capital of West Germany and much of the city was destroyed at the end of the war, although most of the old, medieval town centre (Altstadt) remains - a stark contrast to the rejuvenated riverfront. Both the Münsterplatz and the Marktplatz are great places to begin sightseeing in Bonn.

Contact Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN):
Address: Waldstrasse 247, 51147, Cologne, Germany
Airport Code: CGN
Tel: +49 220 3400
Fax: +49 220 240 2702
Email: not available
Cologne Airport CGN

Cologne Airport CGN

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