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Cheap, Business Class Flights to Frankfurt

How to find cheap business class flights to Frankfurt from US?

If you want to travel in the best way possible, then you should consider booking business class flights to Frankfurt. This city is Germany’s financial and business center and hosts many trade shows and events. You can explore many of the city’s attractions and get a glimpse at the futuristic architecture. You’ll have a great time flying, no matter if you’re here for business or pleasure.

Depending on your budget, you may want to consider traveling in business class. These flights are more expensive than other classes but you will have access to VIP lounges at your airport. You’ll also be treated to a superior level of comfort on board. These premium seats are a great choice for travelers who want to enjoy a high-class experience but don’t have the budget. While flying in business class, you’ll be able to enjoy the same services as those who fly in economy class.

Book your business class flight to Frankfurt in advance if you want to be treated more lavishly and have greater comfort. You can also enjoy exclusive services at the airport such as access to VIP lounges. Business class passengers also have the option to receive discounted or free tickets in business class. Click here for more information about Frankfurt business class flights.

Germany is a mesmerizing country. It is equipped with 15 incredibly architected skyscrapers, 14 of which call Frankfurt home. It is the only German city considered an alpha city and it’s the second largest metropolitan area in Germany, with half of the population being expats. Frankfurt also has the highest concentration of jobs in Germany, with 922 jobs per 1000 people. There was a bid for Frankfurt to be West Germany’s capital, but the smaller university city of Bonn was selected after officials feared a large city might weaken support for reunification. Visit this historically valuable city!

Useful Tips for Traveling to Frankfurt

Pay Attention to Bikes

Frankfurt is a bike-heavy city. Most streets will be threefold: a road for cars to drive on, a sidewalk for people to walk on, and a bike lane for cyclists. Be sure to pay attention to streetlights as you don’t want to get hit by any of these.


If biking isn’t for you, you can get someone to do it for you. There are cyclists who ride around Frankfurt with carriages on their backs, waiting to chauffer people around the city. This isn’t a particular speedy mode of transportation, but it gets the job done while giving you a great inner-city view (and it’s pretty cheap!).

Walking Tour

If you’re naturally a walker, you might enjoy making your way around the city by joining one of Frankfurt’s many walking tours. These are free to join, although they are tip-based so feel free to leave your guide a generous tip once you’re done. Tours happen every day of the week, starting at 10 am and 2 pm. Check online for details!

What To Do in Frankfurt


If museums are your thing, it’s worth it to buy a MuseumsuferTicket. This grants you entry to 38 of Frankfurt’s coolest museums for two entire days. Family package tickets are also available, making this ideal for a family date. Many of Frankfurt’s museums offer free entry to children under 18 on the last Saturday of every month. Nicknamed “SaTOURday,” there are many guided tours and fun workshops available.

Frankfurt Card

At Voyagu, we like to give you as much information as possible so you can make an informed decision. In addition to the MuseumsuferTicket, you can also purchase a Frankfurt Card. This is available for both individuals and groups, offering up to 50% off entry into museums, tours, and tourist attractions for one or two days (depending on which type of card you select). The Frankfurt Card also includes public transport, including rides to and from the airport.

Flea Markets

When tourists visit a new country, they often look for markets or stores they can find souvenirs in. In Frankfurt, your best bet is to visit one of the many flea markets. Saturday mornings, on the riverbank at Sachsenhausen between Eisernem Steg and Holbeinsteg and at the Osthafen along Lindleystraße, you can find a large flea market with vendors who sell everything from clothes to furniture to art. Come get something for your friends at home!

What NOT To Do in Frankfurt

Wait for a Table

In American restaurants, hosts seat you upon arrival. In Frankfurt, that is not the case. Instead, you are free to seat yourself. Often times, there will be a sign on select tables indicating that they are reserved for a specific party until a certain time. Just make sure to finish your meal before they arrive.

Shop on Sunday

On Sundays, most shops in Frankfurt, and in most of Germany, are closed for business. Make sure to do all your shopping during the week.

Get an Apfelwein Hangover

Apfelwein is a local cider made from apples that is famous for its sweet taste and sour hangover. To avoid both insult and injury, drink a Frankfurt classic: lemonade and soda water. This version saves you the hangover that most tourists complain about.

Main International Airports

The two airports in Frankfurt are Hesse and Rhineland Palatinate. Fun fact: the Frankfurt airport hosts blind auctions for luggage that’s been unclaimed for at least three months. Contact Voyagu if you’re interested in business class flights.

Best Time to Visit Frankfurt

Christmas markets make Frankfurt a magical place to visit during the winter holidays. They typically start the last week of November and go through the end of the year. If you can bear the cold, this is the ideal time to visit Frankfurt.

Flying Time from United States to Frankfurt

A nonstop flight from DC to Frankfurt is about 8 hours. There are always business class flights with nonstop and layover options.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Frankfurt

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Frankfurt.

Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • KLM,
  • Air France,
  • Air Canada.

Business Class Fares to Frankfurt with Voyagu

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