Cheap flights London-Frankfurt 5-8 May (bank holiday May 7) @ Ryan Air
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Cheap flights London-Frankfurt 5-8 May (bank holiday May 7) @ Ryan Air

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Found 22nd Feb
Cheap flight from London to Frankfurt during bank holiday from May for just £29.36
Dep: 05/05/2017 London Stansted - Frankfurt Hahn 7:30-9:55
Return: 08/05/2017 Frankfurt Hahn London Stansted 6:30-6:50

3 nights accomodation at 4* hotel Mercure Hotel Kaiserhof Frankfurt City Center for £22.16/ppn before TCB 10%
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Frankfurt Hahn ...................

Think London 'Southampton'

75 miles
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Frankfurt Hahn ...................

Think London 'Southampton'

75 miles
Well said ccnp,By car from airport 1 Hr 30 mins or at least 2 Hr 45 mins by public transport ( bus,train,) and walking,via Mannheim. I will always try and avoid Ryan air unless it was for evacuation purposes.
Frankfurt Main Airport is 15 minutes from the city by cab, this Hahn airport is miles away...avoid unless you know what you’re in for!
My map shows its closer to luxembourg and france than to Frankfurt :] hmmm
Yeah i saw that too, pretty much the same travel time by car to Luxenbourg city.
I lived in Germany for a year and this was the closest airport. When I say closest I mean it was 3 hours on the local airport shuttle bus. It is the tiniest airport imaginable and very efficient but it is far away from anywhere. Oh and nowhere near Frankfurt. Like someone else has said it is close to Luxembourg. The area of Germany is very beautiful though.

Also, flying from Stansted is a nightmare generally if you don't live close by.

I live in Wales and at the time my commute back and forth consisted of a mega bus for 3 to 4 hours. 2 hour wait at Stansted, 2 hour flight to Hahn, wait 2 hours for the shuttle bus and then a 2 hour journey to Trier and then a 15 min bus drive to my halls of residence.
Edited by: "wundress" 24th Feb
Good price but as usually its always best to flight to and from an international airport. So you dont have to travel so far out in the middle of no where. So adding the cost of transport plus the flights could work out more compared to flying to an airport closer to the city.

Also London Stansted is a pain in the bum to get to if you dont live close by.
wundress33 m ago

I lived in Germany for a year and this was the closest airport. When I say …I lived in Germany for a year and this was the closest airport. When I say closest I mean it was 3 hours on the local airport shuttle bus. It is the tiniest airport imaginable and very efficient but it is far away from anywhere. Oh and nowhere near Frankfurt. Like someone else has said it is close to Luxembourg. The area of Germany is very beautiful though.Also, flying from Stansted is a nightmare generally if you don't live close by. I live in Wales and at the time my commute back and forth consisted of a mega bus for 3 to 4 hours. 2 hour wait at Stansted, 2 hour flight to Hahn, wait 2 hours for the shuttle bus and then a 2 hour journey to Trier and then a 15 min bus drive to my halls of residence.



Slightly off topic, what was it like living in Germany? I am hoping to move there or Switzerland later this year once I pass my German language course and Microsoft exams.
I went to Frankfurt years ago, for a similar price, from Manchester. (£20!)

Yes it's far away from Frankfurt. But we booked a coach between the airport and Frankfurt which was only about £10 return.

Making this deal an extra £10 to get to Frankfurt. Still a bargain!
I loved it. Very efficient. Food was more expensive. The people are generally very nice and helpful. Which part of Germany are you thinking of? Each area of Germany is very different. When I visited the Black Forest the people there were very different to where I lived. They spoke less English generally but the area was stunning.
wundress55 m ago

I loved it. Very efficient. Food was more expensive. The people are …I loved it. Very efficient. Food was more expensive. The people are generally very nice and helpful. Which part of Germany are you thinking of? Each area of Germany is very different. When I visited the Black Forest the people there were very different to where I lived. They spoke less English generally but the area was stunning.



Not sure yet I am still looking but where ever there is demand for my skill set in IT for a decent wage. Better pay where I am currently working in Birmingham
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