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I have found a flight from Frankfurt International airport (FRA), but from my city only Ryanair flies to Frankfurt-Hahn (HHN). The problem is that one airport is 114 km from the other. What's the cheapest way to go from one to the other? (I have time)

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Personally I would suggest looking for a different routing - as you've discovered Frankfurt-Hahn airport is a very long distance away from both Frankfurt itself, as well as from Frankfurt am Main airport.

If you do decide to go ahead with this connection, there is a bus service that runs between the two airports, run by BOHR. Travel time is 90 minutes, and cost is currently 14 Euro per person each way.

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The fact is that Ryanair fly directly to Hahn for 35 € and any other company takes a connection and is about 230 €. The difference is to high. Anyway, this shuttle is perfect for me. Do you know if I can buy the return ticket if the return is one month later? It says "24 houres" and I don't know what does it means... only return tickets for the same day? –  Ivan Jun 17 '12 at 8:04
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Return appears to be for return tickets within 24 hours, so I'm guessing you'll need to pay for 2x one-way tickets. Worth asking when you buy your ticket to confirm though. –  Doc Jun 17 '12 at 8:13
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The 20 EUR return ticket is only valid for 24 hours. There is no need to buy tickets in advance. Just buy them on the bus. –  PERSONA NON GRATA Nov 4 '12 at 20:23
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