Europe’s airports cater to millions of tourist and business travelers from all over the globe every year. People traveling to and from the continent, and to major cities across each country continue to multiply every year.One of the busiest airports is undoubtedly London Heathrow Airport that caters to over 69 million passengers every year. The airport handles the most number of international passengers and offers a host of facilities for the convenience of passengers.
From state of the art terminals to cafes, bars, restaurants, business lounges and transportation, you will find them all at Heathrow. Over 90 domestic and international fly in and out of Heathrow while the airport is the primary hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Next in the list of busiest airports is Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport that services over 60 million passengers every year. Also known as Roissy Airport, it is the principal hub for Air France and is also the largest airport in the country. The airport is well serviced by buses, taxis, a shuttle service, and also has a TGV train station on the LGV Interconnexion Est high-speed line that connects to Paris, Lille, Strasbourg, Dijon, Lyon, and beyond. The three main terminals are well connected by the CDGVAL, a free automatic shuttle rail service from where you can reach the main TGV stations and car parks within minutes.
Frankfurt Airport is not far behind with over 57 million passengers passing through its gates every year. The airport is the main hub for Germany’s national carrier, Lufthansa that operates domestic and international routes to major destinations around the globe. To cater to an ever-increasing number of passengers and flights the airport has undergone several expansions that include new runways and terminal sections. The area surrounding the airport is home to a large number of hotels, shopping areas, and within what is known as Airport City.