Check the flight status at Stuttgart Airport using our timetable. Find your arriving flight by number or time. The timetable also indicates to which terminal the flight arrive.
Stuttgart Airport has a single passenger terminal with four levels. The ground floor is for arrivals, the first floor for departures, the second floor for shopping and dining, and the third floor for office spaces. Stuttgart Airport offers a range of facilities, including shops, restaurants, currency exchange, and car rental services. There's free Wi-Fi available throughout the airport. The airport also has a variety of duty-free shops and boutiques for shopping enthusiasts. While German is the primary language, English is widely spoken in tourist areas and at the airport.Transportation to the City Center
Train: The S-Bahn (suburban train) S2 and S3 lines connect the airport to Stuttgart's main train station (Hauptbahnhof) and the city center. The journey takes approximately 27 minutes.
Bus: Several bus lines also serve the airport, providing additional transportation options to different parts of the city and the region.
Taxis and Ride-Sharing: Taxis and ride-sharing services are readily available at the airport for convenient transportation to your destination.
Car Rentals: If you plan to rent a car, several car rental companies have desks at the airport.
The city has tourist information centers where you can pick up maps, brochures, and get recommendations on things to see and do.Attractions
Stuttgart is known for its automotive heritage, and you can visit the Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche Museum to explore the history of these iconic car brands.
The Stuttgart State Gallery (Staatsgalerie Stuttgart) is a renowned art museum with a vast collection of European art.
Don't miss the beautiful Stuttgart Palace (Schlossplatz) and its surrounding gardens.
The currency used in Stuttgart and throughout Germany is the Euro (EUR).
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