Narita to Frankfurt
A JAL flight to Frankfurt is leaving at Narita International Airport.
Kumamon lunch box is served during over 12-hour flight from Tokyo to Frankfurt.
(L)) Frankfurt-Flughafen is surrounded by the Frankfurt City Forest.
(R) Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the terminals except in the
enclosed smoking booths,
which are located in the transit areas of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
Terminal buildings in the Frankfurt International Airport
The Frankfurut airport provides an easy access to railway station of Deutch
Frankfurt Airport lies 12 km southwest of central Frankfurt, near the Autobahn
intersection Frankfurter Kreuz,
where two of the most heavily used motorways in Europe (A3 and A5) meet.
The airport ground, which forms
a city district of Frankfurt named Frankfurt-Flughafen, is surrounded by
the Frankfurt City Forest. The airport is
centrally located in the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main region, Germany's second-largest
metropolitan region, which itself
has a central location in the densely populated region of the west-central
European megalopolis. Thereby,
along with a strong rail and motorway connection, the airport serves as
a major transportation hub to the
greater region of Germany.
Smoking restriction of the world airports
Rail & Fly Einfache Fahrt: It is valid to all DB trains throughout
Germany for one day after arriving the airport in Germany.
Germany. Austria and Switzerland 2013
Narita to Frankfurt EU trains 2013 Heidelberg Heidelberg University Munchen
Salzburg Hellbrunn Hallstatt Wien Bern Ovronnaz Geneva
Smoking status in Germany 2013 Smoking-room rate in hotels in Germany
Smoking status in Austria 2013 Smoking-room rate in hotels in Austria
Smoking status in Switzerland 2013 Smoking-room rate in hotels in Switzerland
Zurich Station/Airport London Heathrow Airport 2013
The photographs were taken in June 2013, the article was written in July
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.
Railway Travel in Germany