Known to many as Nuremburg Airport, Nürnberg Airport is a hub for Air Berlin and processes millions of passengers each year, despite being small by German standards.
The airport is small and efficient, with a good-quality selection of shops and restaurants and convenient public transport links into Nuremburg. Processing times are generally quick, but long queues can appear at peak holiday traffic times.
Nuremberg Airport is located about three miles (5km) from central Nuremberg.
Getting to the city
The U2 subway line runs to central Nuremburg in about 12 minutes. A bus stop is located in front of the Departures Terminal, and one-way tickets cost about €3, although short bus rides are cheaper. Intercity buses run to Munich, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, and Dortmund three to six times per day.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October).
Cars can be hired from the Rental Car Centre in the airport.
Taxis are available at the airport. A fare to central Nuremburg is around €20 and the drive takes about 20 minutes.
The airport offers souvenir and duty-free shopping, several restaurants and bars, ATMs and currency exchange services, executive lounges, and a tax refund desk.
Parking at Nuremburg Airport costs €2 for the first 30 minutes, €4 for an hour, and about €2 for each additional hour up to €24 for one day and €44 for two days.
Free wifi is available in the airport.
Several lounges, including the Noris Scky Lounge, provide basic business facilities for a €15 entry fee. The airport also has eight conference rooms for up to 200 people.
Nuremberg Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.