Friedrichschafen Airport (FDH) is located 6 km fromFriedrichschafen city centre, in the Baden-Wrttemberg region. It is a small regional airport near Lake Constance (Bodensee) where three countries share borders: Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Some of the airlines that serve the airport are Condor, Hahn Airlines, Hapag-Lloyd, Intersky, Lufthansa, Sun Express, and Ryan Air, which has 2 daily flights from Stansted. Airport transfers from Friedrichshafen can get you to classic ski slopes in five different countries.
Friedrichshafen is the southernmost airport in Germany. The airport is very near to the northern Alps (you can see some peaks from the airport). Austria can be reached by road in about half an hour, Switzerland and Principality of Liechtenstein within one hour. Friedrichshafen Airport is a gateway to 50 internationally known ski resorts. Friedrichshafen and Lake Constance are just minutes away from the airport and both offer convenient and low cost overnight accommodation for late arrivals or early departures. Friedrichshafen offers very fast access to skiing. The closest ski resorts reachable via airport transfer are less than one hour transfer time, ideal for weekend skiing of a short ski break. On the down side, the airport is small and is serviced by a limited number of flights. The best way to get to your resort from the airport is by airport transfer; this is the most direct and cost-effective form of travel. You might also consider car hire, with facilities available within the airport.
Airport transfers from Friedrichshafen can get you to slopes in five different countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Lichtenstein and Tirol (Italy).
Friedrichshafen airport transfer times to Swiss ski resorts includinf Arosa, Bivio, Braunwald, Brigels, Waltensberg, Davos, Disentis/Sedrun, Flumserberg, Klosters, Val Lumnezia, Minschuns, Obersaxen, San Bernardino, Sivaplana, Toggenburg, Vals, St. Moritz are between one and two hours maximum.
Airport transfer times to most Austrian ski resorts are less than two hours. You can easily reach Brand, Ischgl, Kappl/Tirol, Kleinwalsertal, Riezlern, Latans, Lech, Montafon, Pitztal/Tirol, and St Anton am Arlberg.
A number of ski resorts in Germany and Lichtenstein are located less than 90 minutes away from the airport. Ski transfer from Friedrichshafen Airport to Malbun in Lichtenstein is possible. German ski resorts include Bad Hindeland, Balderschwang, Oberstanfen and Oberstdorf. You can also reach Livignio and other ski resorts in Italy. Check our airport transfer time calculator to get an estimate on all transfer times from Friedrichshafen to all ski resorts nearby. Friedrichshafen public transport links
It is possible to get to most ski resorts by bus, public transport or taxi instead of a private Friedrichshafen airport transfer. Friedrichshafen train station is only minutes from the airport and can get you to St Anton and other Austrian ski resorts by train within an hour or two. You might have to stay a night in Friedrichshafen depending on train and bus times.
For groups of 3 or more it is often best to arrange an airport transfer in advance with one of the Friedrichshafen airport transfer operators. Booking a shared or private transfer will allow you to start your holiday without the stress of getting to the bus stations and paying expensive last minute taxi fares. When booking an airport transfer, especially from Friedrichshafen airport, make sure to get more quotes. The wide range of ski transfer providers based at Friedrichshafen airport could mean you get a better deal.