This site helps you to find which airports have rail connections - and what sort of connections they are. It tells you the name, web-site, e-mail address and help-line number of the airport operator and the railway operator - or operators - where this is available.
You can search by city (for example, Atlanta), airport name (for example, Gatwick), airport three-letter IATA code (for example, LHR), country (for example, Switzerland) or type of rail connection (types are high speed dedicated, high speed network, regional, suburban, metro, light rail, or bus link to nearby station). Or you can search other fields - enter Flytog, for example, and you'll find the link to Oslo Airport (because this is its brand name).
The site is also available in French, German, Italian and Spanish - but search results are only available in English. To search in another language, click on one of the flags on the left of the page or one of the links at the bottom of the page.
In some cases the e-mail address is not given and you need to contact the operator through their web-site - usually the "contact us" area of their website. Do this when you see the words "on-line form" in the e-mail address box.
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While every effort is made to ensure that the information contained in this website is up to date and accurate, the IARO and Netpark Ltd can accept no responsibility for informational inaccuracies which may occur on occasion. Please report any incorrect links and/or information encountered and we will endeavour to amend our records at the earliest possible opportunity.