Cologne / Bonn International Airport CGN
is one of Germany's major airports, open 24/7, and serves both cities of Cologne and Bonn in north-west Germany's state of Rhineland-Westphalia. In 2014, 2015 & 2016 Skytrax voted it 'Best Regional Airport Europe' (in its passenger count category).
CGN Airport is ideally located between the cities of Cologne & Bonn, within the Wahner Heide nature reserve - 15 km southeast of the city center of Cologne, and 16 km northeast of the city of Bonn. It is directly linked to motorway A59, exit Kennedy Street. The railway station, accessible from both Terminals leads to trains serving area cities at different directions.
CGN just started Eurowings' first long-distance flight to Cuba - marking the first time a European Airport launches LLC (low-cost carrier) flights overseas.
With three long runways and 11.9M passengers in 2016, the Airport is hub to Lufthansa and is served by a host of domestic and international, regular and low-fare airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe, and by seasonal charters to popular vacation destinations.
The on-Airport hotel 'Holiday Inn Cologne Bonn Airport' (tel. +49(0)22 03 - 56 1236/ fax 1646 has conference facilities.
Cologne / Bonn Airport has two passenger terminals - T1 & T2.
Present and future Airport developments:
While the new long-distance bus terminal at the Airport is now open for business, a new parking garage P1 with 3,200 spaces will replace the current P1 by 2019.