As a Eurowings customer, the Rail&Fly offer allows you to travel across Germany by train in comfort and at a low cost to catch your international flight.
* Basic fare (one-way) unless indicated otherwise – there are surcharges for checking in luggage. Fare per leg and per person. Limited seat availability.
Train to plane - Rail&Fly for €29,99
Rail&Fly tickets can only be booked online at eurowings.com in conjuction with an international flight booking. Please note in addition:
Tickets are available for both outgoing and return flights as well as only outbound travel. Only return trips cannot be booked.
Rail&Fly tickets cannot be booked if the airport chosen as the destination of your return flight is different from the airport you are departing from.
The Rail&Fly offer does not apply to German domestic flights, transfer flights, or flights to or from Sylt, Rostock, Heringsdorf, Weeze, Paderborn, Saarbrücken, Karlsruhe and Friedrichshafen airports, as well as flights to or from Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Salzburg, Vienna or Zurich.
A Rail&Fly online ticket can currently be booked for up to nine people.
Rail&Fly tickets may be added to Blind Booking flights via "My flight" after you have booked your flight.
The train tickets can only be booked for routes paid for in euros.
A Rail&Fly ticket for flights with another airline cannot be booked through Eurowings’ online services. You can find more information about our partner airlines here.
Your travel documents
In order to ensure your travel documents are complete, click on the clearly marked link in your Eurowings booking confirmation, download your Rail&Fly online ticket and print it out.
Please carry print-outs of your Rail&Fly Online Ticket and your Eurowings confirmation, as well as photo identification with you on your train journey.
Please note: Rail&Fly online tickets are personal tickets and may not be transferred.
If you are missing one of the above documents, your Rail&Fly online ticket will not be valid. If your ticket is for more than one person, all passengers must travel together and carry the documents ready for inspection on the train.
Add a Rail&Fly ticket to your booking
Rail&Fly tickets can easily be added to your booking at a later date. You can add Rail&Fly tickets to your booking under "My flight" if you have already booked your flight.
If your booked international Eurowings flight has an etix® ticket number and/or you have booked your flight with one of our partner airlines or (online) from a travel agency, please contact the relevant partner airline or your travel agency to add a Rail&Fly ticket to your booking.
Validity of Rail&Fly tickets
Your Rail&Fly online ticket (depending on whether you have booked a return or one-way journey) is valid on the day of your flight or one day after your arrival in Germany and/or the day before your outbound flight. Outward and return journeys may not be more than six months apart, and passengers must travel directly to the airport and/or to the destination train station. If these conditions are not adhered to, we will issue an additional charge.
Trains you can take
The ticket can be used within Germany for second-class travel on all regular scheduled trains operated by the Deutsche Bahn Group (InterCityExpress, InterCity, EuroCity, InterRegioExpress, RegionalExpress, RegionalBahn and S-Bahn). IC, EC and ICE surcharges are included. Rail&Fly online tickets are not valid on DB car transporter trains, special trains, InterConnex, Cisalpino and non-federal trains.
Reserve a seat
Change / cancel a booking
The Rail&Fly online ticket cannot be cancelled or refunded. The ticket cannot be changed. If you have queries, please contact our call centre. The name on your flight and Rail&Fly ticket cannot be changed over the telephone.
Arrive on time
When choosing your connection, you must ensure that even in the event of a delay you will arrive at the departure airport at least two hours before departure. All passengers are responsible for ensuring that they reach the airport on time. Eurowings accepts no liability for flights missed due to delayed buses or trains.