Germany is a large country in Central Europe, composed of a federation of 16 states, each with their own fascinating history and distinct cultures. Germany has a large geographical and climate diversity, making it a popular year-round destination for tourists flying to Europe. Most flights from North America land in Frankfurt; however, New York's John F. Kennedy airport offers direct flights to Munich, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and Berlin Tegel airports as well. Flights from North America are typically conducted overnight, departing in the evening to facilitate a morning arrival in Germany. Journey times to Germany from the East coast are approximately 8 hours. Germany's currency is the Euro, with a conversion rate of approximately 0.88 Euros per U.S. dollar.
Multiple cheap airlines provide flights to Germany; however, some flights may require a transfer depending upon your final destination. Lufthansa, Germany's flag-carrying airline, offers direct flights to Frankfurt, the German hub from numerous cities in North America. Other major airlines that offer cheap flights to Germany include US Airways, United, Delta, and KLM.
|Lufthansa: Germany's flag-carrying airline offers intercontinental flights from 19 American cities. Most flights from North America land at Lufthansa's flight hub in Frankfurt. Lufthansa offers flights to Germany from Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington D.C. Lufthansa also offers flights to Frankfurt from Canadian cities including Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.|
|Air Canada: Air Canada flies from multiple Canadian cities to both Frankfurt and Munich airports in Germany.|
|American Airlines: American Airlines operates flights from numerous American cities to Frankfurt and Munich in Germany.|
|Delta: Delta airlines operates intercontinental flights from a number of Amerian cities to Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, and Stuttgart in Germany.|
|United Airlines: United Airlines operates flights to 108 destinations around the world including 4 cities in Germany. United Airlines flies to both Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich from a number of cities in the United States.|
|US Airways: US Airways offers flights to 193 cities around the globe. US Airways flies to Frankfurt and Munich from cities in the United States.|
|Air Berlin: Air Berlin, Germany's second largest airline, flies to 114 cities in Europe and around the world. Air Berlin has flight hubs at both Berlin Tegel airport and Düsseldorf airport.|
|EasyJet: EasyJet, a low-cost British airline, offers flights to over 130 cities in Europe including 7 cities in Germany. EasyJet currently offers flights to Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, and Stuttgart.|
|Eurowings: Operating out of Düsseldorf airport, Eurowings is a budget airline subsidiary of Lufthansa. Eurowings currently offers flights to 17 countries in Europe.|
|Flybe: Flybe is a budget airline that operates flights to 9 countries including 5 cities in Germany: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hannover, Munich, and Stuttgart.|
|Ryanair: The budget airline Ryanair offers flights to 32 countries in Europe and around the world. Ryanair is the busiest airline in Europe and offers flights to 12 cities in Germany including Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Baden-Baden, Leipzig, Nuremberg, and Stuttgart.|
|Vueling: Vueling is a Spanish airline that offers budget flights to 145 cities around the world including 11 in Germany. Vueling airlines currently offers flights to Berlin, Dortmund, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig, Munich, Nuremberg, and Stuttgart.|
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Cheap flights to Germany from America land at Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin Tegel and Hamburg Airports. All of these airports are a short distance from their city centers and linked by efficient and economical train and bus services, as well as having taxi ranks and car rental desks in their terminals.