Frankfurt Airport (ICAO: EDDF, IATA: FRA) is a major international airport located in Frankfurt. This airport is used for both private and commercial aviation, with a separate terminal for private jet clients. The airport covers an area of 5683 acres of land, with two passenger terminals, four runways and extensive maintenance and logistics facilities. Frankfurt Airports busiest day of 2018 was the 12th June with 47 movements.
Frankfurt Am Main International Airport is located 13 km southwest of the city centre of Frankfurt, around a 15 minute drive.
Frankfurt Main Airport has 600 airport connections worldwide - 70 across Germany, 375 in Europe and 155 outside Europe. Top destinations for movements include France, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and Austria. It's top airport pairings include Paris Le Bourget, Zurich, Munich, Nice Cote d'Azur, Geneva, Stuttgart, Vienna International and Berlin Schönefeld. Each year there are around 8162 movements, with around 4000 departures and arrivals each year. The most active private aircraft to utilise Frankfurt Main Airport include the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS, Embraer Phenom 300, Dassault-Falcon 2000 and the Challenger 300 series.