Fair transfer

With the Skyline LS fair transfer we offer you the transport service to the second largest fairground of the world. In 2014 alone, a total of 36 trade fairs with over 37,000 exhibitors and well over 1.4 million visitors took place on the Frankfurt exhibition grounds. The location has long since established itself as the ideal location for every leading international trade fair for the industry and enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide for major professional events. The fair currently has ten halls, an adjoining congress centre and the "Cape Europe" congress centre. It is not easy to find your way around such a huge site. So take advantage of the local knowledge of the Skyline LS drivers: Our drivers are familiar with the grounds and infrastructure of the Frankfurt Trade Fair Centre and will get you as close as possible to your destination. This saves you unnecessary walking and you don't have to waste any time finding your way around. Our trade fair transfer is therefore the perfect solution for visitors, exhibitors, journalists and organisers.

Where is Messe Frankfurt located?

The Frankfurt Trade Fair is located in the west of the city and covers parts of the Westend-Süd and Bockenheim districts. It can be reached by car via the A 648 or by public transport such as underground (U4) and tram (16 and 17). Get off at the "Festhalle/Messe" stop. The fair can also be reached by S-Bahn (S3, S4, S5, S6). The stop is called "Frankfurt am Main Messe" and is located in the middle of the exhibition grounds. If you use the trade fair transfer from Skyline LS, you will be driven as close as possible to the trade fair area to which you would like to go.

How big is Messe Frankfurt?

Messe Frankfurt has the second-largest exhibition space in the world after Hanover: around 350,000 square metres of exhibition space are spread over ten halls. There are also around 100,000 square metres of open-air grounds. The Frankfurt Fair was designed in modern design by renowned architects such as Martin Schoenmakers, Oswald Mathias Ungers, Helmut Jahn, Nicholas Grimshaw and Friedrich von Thiersch, who designed the first exhibition hall in 1909.

With the trade fair transfer Frankfurt to the following trade fairs:

We offer a fair transfer to all fairs held in Frankfurt. The following trade fairs take place regularly:

  • Trade fairs in the "Consumer Goods & Leisure" sector: Ambiente // Christmasworld // Creativeworld // Paperworld // Tendence
  • Trade fairs in the "Consumer Goods & Entertainment" sector: Musikmesse // Prolight+Sound.
  • Trade fairs in the "Mobility & Infrastructure" sector: Automechanika
  • Messen aus der Sparte „Transport & Logistik“: Materials Handling Middle East // RailLog Korea.
  • Messen aus der Sparte „Technik & Herstellung“: IFFA // Intersec // ISH // Light+Building // Texcare // Zukunft Lebensräume
  • Messen aus der Sparte „Textilien & Textiltechnik“: Ethical Fashion Show // GREENshowroom // Heimtextil // Texworld // Techtextil // Texprocess
  • Gastveranstaltungen: Achema // Frankfurter Buchmesse // Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) // IMEX

What advantages does our trade fair transfer offer you?

With Skyline LS you determine yourself when and where you are picked up and set down. This way you are not dependent on route plans and airport bus schedules. If you use such a bus, long waiting times and a stressful atmosphere are usually on the agenda.  In addition to a comfortable transport in one of our cars, you also benefit from a quiet environment, which is often not available in public transport. This allows you to work undisturbed on your laptop, prepare for a lecture at the trade fair or put together an individual schedule. And if you just want to switch off before or after the fair, you can read a good book or use the travel time for a little nap.

How to organise your trade fair visit efficiently

At trade fairs, many impressions pelt down on a visitor and he is often overwhelmed with the task of deciding how best to make use of the limited time available. Is it more sensible to stroll through the exhibition area or perhaps to attend a workshop? It is best to think about this in advance. Get a trade fair catalogue or brochure from the organiser to inform you about your possibilities. In most cases you can have them sent to you or download them as pdf files from the homepage.

Now think about what goals you want to achieve with your visit to the trade fair. What exactly do you want to find out there and how do you best acquire this knowledge? Would I perhaps like to make certain contacts and how do I do this most skilfully? Which of the lectures, seminars, panels or workshops do I want to attend? It is never wrong to make a list of priorities here and mark on the plan where you absolutely want to go. A timetable can also be useful so that you do not lose sight of any of your goals. If you want to meet someone, you can contact them in advance by telephone and arrange a binding meeting. If you visit a trade fair together with colleagues, you should pursue the same goals, otherwise you should definitely separate. Time at a trade fair is precious and should be used as effectively as possible. If you take these tips to heart, you will be well prepared for your visit to the trade fair.