Rail & Fly
A joint travel programme by Aeroflot and German railway company Deutsche Bahn
If you can't find a direct flight to your desired destination in Germany, there's no need to search for separate train and plane tickets. You can book both plane and train tickets at affordable prices by taking advantage of the Rail & Fly joint travel programme by Aeroflot and German railway company Deutsche Bahn.
The cost of your train ticket won't depend on distance or destination. The price is fixed at EUR 15 for first class, and EUR 10 for second class. You can travel first class with Deutsche Bahn if you fly in business, and second class if you fly in economy.
Single booking for plane and train
In addition to your plane ticket, you will get a train ticket valid from the airport to any one of more than 5,600 Deutsche Bahn destinations.
Not limited to a specific train
The biggest advantage of this ticket is that it is valid for any departure time and any Deutsche Bahn train, except night and special trains (Autozug, ThalysDB) .
More than 5,600 destinations, routes starting from 10 airports
You can take advantage of this programme if your flight arrives into Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Dresden, Amsterdam, or Zurich..
Buy a Rail & Fly package ticket
How can I book?
1. Open the ticket search form
Go to the route selection on the booking page or use the form on this page.
2. Enter QYG* in the Destination field
The search results will show the arrival airports where you can catch a train to that destination.
* QYG is the IATA code for German railways
3. Select flight
Pick a convenient flight route. You can use your train ticket for 24 hours after the flight.
How do I use it?
Keep your Pick-up number
Your Pick-up number (confirmation number) is stated on the itinerary receipt. You need this to print out your Rail Fly train ticket at a ticket machine. Keep in mind that you will need to obtain a new Pick-up number if you edit your booking, i.e. change your flight.
Print out your train ticket
The train ticket that you will need to show the train inspector is printed out separately from your plane ticket (itinerary receipt).
On the Deutsche Bahn website, you will need to provide your last name, booking reference (PNR), or plane ticket number.
- At the Deutsche Bahn ticket machines:
At any of the 7,000 Deutsche Bahn ticket machines in Germany, Amsterdam, or Zurich, within 72 hours before the train's scheduled departure.
Present your ticket
Hand your printed Rail Fly train ticket to the inspector at their request.