Transfer From Munster Osnabruck Airport (FMO) To Frankfurt-Hahn Airport (HHN)

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Münster Osnabrück International Airport

Münster Osnabrück International Airport is an international commercial airport in North Rhine-Westphalia. The IATA code FMO is also the abbreviation for the official name of the airport Münster / Osnabrück. Popularly and in the press is therefore often spoken by the FMO. The FMO is located (in relation to the city center) 7 km northeast of Greven, 25 km north of Münster and 28 km southwest of Osnabrück in the city of Greven. The catchment area of Münster / Osnabrück Airport, which is home to more than six million people, includes the Münsterland, the Tecklenburg region, the northern Ruhr area, south-western Lower Saxony and central Emsland, as well as parts of the Netherlands, border region Twente, Achterhoek (EUREGIO) and some also Ostwestfalen-Lippe....

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Frankfurt–Hahn Airport 

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is a civilian airport in Rhineland-Palatinate converted from US military use since 1993. Germany's sixth-largest cargo airport is around 125 kilometers by road west of Frankfurt am Main. In passenger traffic, it is mainly served by the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair. Due to its past as a military airport, the airport has no connection to public transport, but is approached by some long-distance bus lines. 

The main route for the Frankfurt-Hahn airport to the east (Frankfurt am Main, Cologne, Mainz, and others) is the main road 50, which was expanded on a new line in the direction of A 61 at Rheinböllen four lanes. To the west (Trier, Saarland, Luxembourg, A1, A60 and others), the federal highway 327 is partially extended to three...