Zurich Airport Transportation
16 bus and Postbus routes are connecting the central municipalities in the Zurich Oerlikon, Glatt valley, and Zürcher Unterland regions to the airport. Departures range from about every 10 minutes to hourly.
The covered bus station at Zurich Airport is the most significant in the country and provides direct access to the check-in areas and the Airport Shopping.
Glattalbahn tram service
The no. 10 tram runs approximately every 7 1/2 or 15 minutes directly from the airport to Zurich’s central railway station via Oerlikon, Glattpark, and Irchel.
The no. 12 tram runs from the facility to Stettbach station by Glattbrugg and Wallisellen station. The tram runs every 15 minutes and provides commuters with many interchange options for destinations across the network. The no. 12 tram offers a comfortable, fast, and inexpensive service through the Glatt valley area. One ticket for Zone 121 is all passengers need for the whole of the no. 12 tram route.
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Check-in options Passengers are welcome to choose the check-in option, which is the most convenient for them. For avoiding long waiting times, the airport recommends using the Web check-in. Luggage can be handed in at the “Bag Drop “desk. Online Check-In The online check-in allows travelers to check-in conveniently and quickly from the comfort of their own home. To check-in online, all passengers require is Internet access and their flight details. Commuters can use registration directly by using the website for their airline. Travelers can print out their boarding cards at home. Commuters can then hand over their luggage at the “Bag Drop “counter in the respective check-in area at the airport. Desk check-in First and second check-in areas are located just before the entrance to the passenger area, while the third check-in can be reached directly above the airport train station. Check-in machines Commuters can save ti
Taxis The airport taxi ranks are conveniently located in front of Arrivals 1 and 2. A taxi trip from Zurich Airport to Zurich city center costs approximately CHF 70 (EUR 56). Passengers can reserve their taxi in advance by calling +41 43 444 11 00 The benefits of the facility taxis are listed below: Modern cars (white estate vehicles) with plenty of room for the luggage. Over 130 cars and 200 drivers are available, and waiting between 06:00 am and 11:30 pm. 24-hour Airport Taxi Hotline can be reached on the number: +41 43 444 11 00 Credit cards are accepted in all cars, VAT-compliant receipts available Taxi coordinator on hand even during peak hours The control center, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All drivers are required to pass a taxi exam in Kloten and speak several languages Official airport taxis can be recognized by the illuminated “AIRPORT TAXI” sign. If a driver approaches passengers from another taxi firm on the airpo
Zurich Airport provides commuters with various waiting and parking options for drivers picking up or dropping off travelers at the airport. Check-in 1 & 2 Travelers can be dropped off free of charge for the first 15 minutes in the Check-in 1/2 zone. After 15 minutes, CHF 1 per minute will be charged. The stopping zones for Check-in 1 and Check-in 2 are signposted. Commuters using Check-in 3 are advised to park in car park P3. Arrival 1 & 2 / Picking up The lower curbside level provides a convenient short-term parking option, Arrival 1 & 2, for picking up commuters directly in front of the arrival halls. Park & Charge The newly opened “Park & Charge” area available on level 6 of car park 6 has 38 modern charging stations and is ideally equipped for the next visit of passengers. The area is open round the clock, and commuters do not require to be a member of a charging network. Parking spaces can be reserved con