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|Airport of departure:
|Kuwait International Airport (KWI)
|Airport of arrival:
|Frankfurt Airport (FRA)
|Minimum layover duration:
|Average of 2 hours 30 minutes (Istanbul - SAW)
|Flight duration from Kuwait to Frankfurt:
|Average of 9 hours 35 minutes (with layover duration)
There are frequent direct flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Kuwait and International Airport offered by Pegasus Airlines.
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Kuwait International Airport is situated about 15.5 km south of the city.
Kuwait International Airport was initially established in 1927. The current airport became operational in 1979 and has been through a series of renovation works which resulted in the inclusion of additional terminals as well as the increase of its total passenger capacity up to 25 million people per year. As of May 2018, the airport consists of five terminals.
The public transport is not very well developed in Kuwait. However there are some buses providing transfer to the city center. Bus lines number 13, 99 and 501 operate from 4.30 am until 23.45 pm. There are also pre-arranged private transfers of the hostels. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or benefit from car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Public transport network lacks a railway system and buses are usually the only public means of transport. The Kuwait Public Transport Company offers bus services covering an extensive area but unfortunately the traffic get a bit hectic in the city.
Taxis are also widely utilized to move around in the city. You can negotiate on a price beforehand. The local taxi app Careem is commonly used for moving around the city.
There are direct flights to Frankfurt Airport from Ankara Esenboga Airport and Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport which connects 33 other provinces of Turkey.
The busiest airport of Germany, Frankfurt Airport has served nearly 70 million passengers in the year of 2018. The airport is also the fourth busiest airport in Europe after London Heathrow, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Airport Schipol.
Opened in 1936, Frankfurt Airport has celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2016. Located 12 kilometres southwest of the center of Frankfurt, the airport is situated in Rhine-Main region. The complex serves as the major transport for its region and offer many services including restaurants, cafes and several terminals.
There are several transportation options that you can take to get to central Frankfurt.
The train ticket costs 4.65 Euros and it will take you to the center of the city in 30 minutes. The tickets for lines S9 and S8 can be bought from blue ticket machines located in Terminal 1. You can check the train information online and obtain details about the schedule.
No 61, 72, 58, 62, 77, N81 and N7 will take you to the downtown Frankfurt for 4.35 Euros. The trip will take about 30 minutes and tickets can be bought from the drivers.
If you are looking for a faster and a more comfortable ride to the city center, you can book a taxi in advance to avoid unnecessary expenses. Getting to the city center by taxi takes about 20 minutes and costs 52 Euros.
Car Rental Services
If you would like to have a more flexible trip to the center of Frankfurt, you can rent a car through Pegasus Airlines.
Frankfurt is quite advanced in terms of transportation. The city offers several transportation options to get around.
U-Bahn, buses, Straßenbahn are the main options of transportation and are used both by locals and visitors every day. These vehicles require various types of tickets which vary according to the usage time. You can obtain a daily, weekly or a single ticket to get around in the city.
Frankfurt Karte also features discounts in transportation, tours and museums. You can get a Frankfurt Karte from certain stores and shops.
The city can be discovered by cycling as well. Many of the locals use bicycles to roam around in Frankfurt.
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