Nuremberg Airport (NUE), also called Airport Nürnberg, is Bavaria‘s second busiest airport (after Munich Airport), Germany’s tenth largest, and hub to the country’s second biggest airline, Air Berlin. It has one terminal with two departure halls and one hall for arrivals.
7 km (5 mi) north of the Nuremberg city center.
Hours Of Operation
Nuremberg operates 24 hours a day, every day.
Nuremberg Airport Airlines
Again, Air Berlin has a hub in Nuremberg, but about twenty other airlines make stops here, too. The official airport site has a full list of destinations at…
Nuremberg Airport — Realtime Arrivals & Departures
Here are the links to the live time tables for both arrivals and departures…
Getting To And From Nuremberg International Airport
Nuremberg airport is well-served and easily accessed by public transportation. Its close proximity to the city center means you could even ride a bicycle from the center to the airport. ;-)
There is no direct connection to long-distance trains. But the U-bahn (U2 line) will get you to the main station in just twelve minutes.
The U-bahn subway is a convenient way to get to and from the airport. The U2 metro will take you from central Nuremberg to the airport in about twelve minutes.
Remember to buy and validate your ticket BEFORE you get on board.
There are two city buses that run to and from Nuremberg and the airport every ten minutes. Bus number 32 and 33 stop just in from of the departures hall in Terminal 1.
Nuremberg Airport has shopping for all your immediate needs. The airport shop allows you to pick up cigarettes or souvenirs. The travel shop sells medicine, sunglasses, sweets and Hummel figurines. And of course, there is also duty-free shopping at this international airport.
Food & Drink
A snack bar and bistro will help you to fill up before getting on your flight, with their offers of sandwiches and chocolates. If you’re in the mood for a romantic dinner, be sure to head to the Mövenpick Restaurant, which provides brunch or Mediterranean buffet. :-)
If you have some time to kill and are tired of being stuck indoors, make your way to Nuremburg’s Observation Deck. Admission is free and you can watch from a close but safe distance as the planes lift off and touch down.