Cologne - Bonn airport is the most important low-cost center in continental Europe, with over 130 destinations and an annual traffic of 9.9 million passengers for 2006. In terms of passengers it is on seventh place for Germany, and according to the transported cargo - on second plane. For the past five years, the number of passengers served has increased by 92%, mainly due to the advent of low-cost transporters, but the longest track (3815 meters) converted the airport into the only intercontinental base for flights in Northern Westphalia. Last but not least, the airport in Cologne - Bonn is an example of the interlacement of air, road and rail transport, with its own autobahn and railway station directly to the terminal.
Transportation to the City
Take the A59 highway from Cologne to Bonn and pull over by the exit to the airport.
By taxi to Cologne will cost you € 30 and to Bonn, 35-40 euros. The time duration to two cities takes about 20 minutes.
Rail connections (S bahn) are available from the airport to the railway station of Cologne, Aachen and Troisdorf.
Bus 161 leaves on every half hour from Porz-Markt, and bus 670 leaves every 20-30 minutes from Bonn.