It’s inexpensive, convenient and available throughout Germany – enjoy stress-free travel to your departure airport by train with Condor’s Rail&Fly offer, with fares starting from just EUR 29.99 per person.
By train to the plane, at a nice price
With Condor’s Rail&Fly service, you’ll travel to your departure airport economically, comfortably and with no stress whatsoever. Please note that your rail journey must start in Germany.
EUR 59.99 per person per journey in First Class and
EUR 29.99 per person per journey in Second Class
Simply Issue Your Rail&Fly Ticket Yourself
You can easily issue your Rail&Fly ticket yourself until shortly before departure: We will send you a rail voucher code by e-mail, which you enter on the following website: https://condor.bahnanreise.de. This way you will receive your ticket within a short time.
Here you can find a Brief Guide to Redeeming Your Deutsche Bahn Voucher Code.
Rail&Fly tickets are only valid in conjunction with a Condor flight booking on all routes covered by the rail company Deutsche Bahn AG (DB) on all scheduled regular DB trains (including ICE, ICE Sprinter and IC/EC trains). The flight must have been booked as part of Condor’s “Nurflug Programme” ("Condor Individuell"). Rail&Fly cannot be combined with travel to special events.
Depending on the type of ticket (i.e. one-way or return), Rail&Fly tickets are valid on the day of the flight and also one day before departure and/or one day after arrival.
The maximum period between the outward and return legs of a Rail&Fly ticket is six months.
In the case of Condor customers travelling from German airports but arriving from abroad, the Rail&Fly ticket will only be valid from the German border.
Rail&Fly tickets are not valid
- on DB Motorail services, Thalys trains or special (non-scheduled) trains.
- within one ‘Verkehrsbund’ (public transport authority) if the departure and destination stations are both within the same Verkehrsbund.
Proof of Identity (ID)
You will need to produce evidence of identity on the train in the form of your printed Rail&Fly ticket, your flight itinerary, and your passport travel document.
In the case of reservations for more than one person, all must travel together on the same train or by the same route to and from the airport. Each person travelling must produce evidence of identity. If a person is unable to produce their ID when tickets are checked, the Rail&Fly ticket will be invalid and a new ticket must be purchased at the applicable on-board fare. Later refunds are not permitted.
Children aged 0 to 5 years travel free of charge within Germany when accompanied by an adult. Rail&Fly Tickets are not valid for unaccompanied children.
For all Rail&Fly services reserved separately as an extra either online or through our Service Center, the Rail&Fly ticket will be sent as a PDF document by e-mail immediately after the reservation is complete.
For all other Rail&Fly services e.g. Condor flight reservations with rail transfer (W2), you will receive an e-mail including a Rail&Fly ticket as a PDF document within 72 hours after making your reservation. You can print out the PDF file directly.
Changes of Reservation
If you reserved the Rail&Fly service as a separate extra (an e-mail with a PDF document) and you change your flight reservation, the Rail&Fly service must be rebooked and paid for again. The previous ticket will be refunded immediately.
Rail&Fly tickets already issued before a reservation was changed will become invalid and will not be accepted for travel.
All Deutsche Bahn AG trains operating within Germany are available to you with a Rail&Fly ticket. Since delays can never be completely ruled out when using public transport, you should arrange your connections so that you will arrive at the check-in counter at your departure airport well before the final check-in time.
Each traveller is responsible for ensuring that they arrive at the airport in good time. Condor can accept no liability for failure to reach the airport in time owing to delayed buses or trains.