Airport Railways of the World
This map shows each country which has actual or planned airport rail connections. Information about the passenger links in operation today is available to everyone. IARO members can also see basic information about cargo links and passenger links which are planned, being built or under study.
If you click on a country, you will see how many airport rail connections (actual and planned) there are and a clickable link to ‘View more information on this country’s links’. Non-members will only be able to see information about passenger links in operation.
The listing is by type by airport (where types are high speed dedicated, regional, suburban/metro, light rail or LRT and high speed national). All of these types can be supplemented by ‘+ bus’ or ‘+ APM’ where the final connection between train and terminal is by bus or automated people mover. The 3-letter IATA code of the airport is also given.
Selecting the type takes you to a page with the airport name, the train operator, the link type and a usually practical information about what is available – frequencies, journey times, fares and a link for more information.
Where there is more than one link at an airport, you may need to look at all of them to select which is best for you.
A rail link to an airport exists where there is a station in easy reach of an airport terminal, or there is a reasonably dedicated bus or people-mover connection between station and terminal.
The listing IARO members will see includes actual and planned passenger links and cargo links. Selecting a planned link or a cargo link will give a short summary of the information currently available. Selecting an operational link will give first the information available to the public, then that only available to members.
More information is available on request to IARO.