To the airport by train
The train is often an easy, affordable and quick way to get to the airport. You don't have to suffer from traffic jams and luggage check-ins. Traveling by train is comfortable and carefree.
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Airport Weeze, formerly known as Flughafen Niederrhein, is located near the German town of Weeze and at about 50 kilometres from Nijmegen.
Brussels Zaventem Airport
Brussels Airport – better known as Brussels Airport - Zaventem – is Belgium’s national airport and accessible by train.
Brussels South Charleroi
To get to Brussels Airport quickly and comfortably, you travel with Thalys or Intercity Berlin to Brussels South/Midi, where you change for the bus.
Frankfurt International Airport
One of the largest airports in Germany and in Europe is now easily accessible by train.
To reach Dusseldorf Airport you can travel with ICE International to Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof where you change trains.
The Cologne-Bonn Airport is located very close to the metropolis of Cologne and is one of Europe’s largest airports.
The small Münster-Osnabruck International Airport is located 30 kilometres north of Münster and is easily reached by train from Enschede.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Paris-Charles de Gaulle is one of Europe’s most important airports. It is located about 25 km northeast of Paris and easily accessible by train.
Paris Orly Airport
The Paris Orly Airport was named after the nearby suburb of Orly, 14 kilometres south of Paris. It has its own train station connected with Paris by RER lines B and C.