Welcome to Stuttgart Airport Busterminal


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1. Januar 2017

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🚩 7 km/h      ☔ 69 %

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Plan Expected Route Destination Organizer Platform Status
8:45 8:45
N950 Frankfurt via Pforzheim departed Flixbus DACH GmbH 15 departed
9:15 9:15
- transfer departed Binder Reisen GmbH 5 departed
9:15 9:15
- transfer arrived Binder Reisen GmbH 5 arrived
9:45 9:45
027 Oldenburg via Karlsruhe, Vechta departed Flixbus DACH GmbH 14 departed
9:45 9:45
1307 Opole via Prag, Breslau departed Flixbus DACH GmbH 16 departed
9:55 9:55
091 Paris (Bercy Seine) via Kehl, Straßburg departed Flixbus DACH GmbH 12 departed
10:00 10:00
30487 Paris Bercy via Karlsruhe, Straßburg departed BlaBlaBus 7 departed
10:05 10:05
N77 Frankfurt departed Flixbus DACH GmbH 14 departed
10:10 10:10
027 Zürich departed Flixbus DACH GmbH 14 departed
10:15 10:15
1 Hamm departed Autoprevoz - Bus d.o.o. Mostar 17 departed

STUTTGART AIRPORT BUSTERMINAL - your hub for best transport connections

Current Information

FlixBus will resume operations throughout Germany on March 25, 2021. Initially, however, not all previous destinations will be served. According to demand, further routes will be resumed in the offer.

For further questions, please contact your travel provider or our local travel agencies at the SAB.


Attention: On the entire airport premises and SAB there is an obligation to wear medical mouth-nose protection. This includes surgical or FFP2 protective masks.

From Monday, January 11, 2021, the new Corona regulation entry quarantine and testing will apply in Baden-Württemberg. When entering from a risk area, there is still a ten-day quarantine obligation in principle, which can be terminated at the earliest with a negative test result collected from the fifth day of quarantine. In the future, there will be an additional testing obligation upon entry. The testing obligation can be fulfilled by testing within 48 hours before arrival or by testing immediately after entry.

The complete regulation can be found here.

Since November 8, you have to register via a digital entry registration if you have been in a risk area up to 10 days before. Go to www.einreiseanmeldung.de and provide information about your stays in the last 10 days. Inbound or self-pay travelers can be tested at the airport Terminal 1/West by appointment.

Please inform yourself about the current entry regulations of the state of Baden-Württemberg on the homepage of the state capital Stuttgart or the Federal Ministry of Health.

Corona effects for the SAB operation:

  • Local and regional transport continues to run according to plan.
  • National & international long-distance bus services are operating on a restricted basis. Due to the current travel restrictions, journeys are only taking place sporadically. The operation of FlixBus & BlaBlaBus etc. has been suspended until further notice due to the hard lockdown. Currently, there are still isolated lines from the SAB. If you have any further questions, please contact your travel provider or contact our local travel agency Gotowala at 0711 / 2269091.
  • The usual services at the bus terminal and Stuttgart Airport will remain limited for the time being. Due to current regulations the waiting room is currently closed.
  • The Deutsche Touring GmbH operations centre on site is currently unmanned. From 9 am - 6 pm we are available for you by phone under 0711 / 948 - 5223.

Please protect yourself and others
Please comply with the applicable infection control regulations, especially:

  • Mouth-nose protection in the form of a medical OP or FF2 mask at the bus terminal and on the buses
  • 1,5m Minimum distance to other persons
  • Hygiene rules



The Stuttgart Airport Bus Terminal - SAB - is a modern travel hub with excellent connections to all transport networks. The comfortable equipment, comprehensive services and the highest level of security make your stay as a passenger an all-round pleasant experience.

Future-oriented mobility concept
With its infrastructure and location directly on the motorway and at Stuttgart Airport, the SAB is unique. It connects the international and national long-distance bus network with air traffic, regional traffic in the metropolitan region as well as local and long-distance public transport. The inner city connection via the airport is currently being further expanded, and an ICE long-distance train station is being built at the same time.

Arrive, depart, change trains
The SAB is designed to help you as a passenger to find your way around quickly. This begins with the current information on this homepage. At the terminal itself, electronic displays, multilingual announcements and a barrier-free tactile guidance system ensure easy orientation. Parking and Kiss+Ride spaces are available within walking distance.

Feel good and relaxed
The terminal is completely covered, the waiting room is heated. There is W-LAN and a central information and ticket counter of the long-distance bus providers. Use the snack and shopping facilities for travel needs on site or the shops and restaurants in the airport building directly opposite. There are also showers and nappy-changing rooms in the free sanitary facilities.

Sustainable choice of location
In long-distance and regional bus transport, up to 400 arrivals and departures take place at the SAB on peak days, and the trend is rising. The location on the Filder level directly at the airport offers sufficient space and capacity reserves for this. Road traffic in the city centre is relieved, which benefits the air quality in Stuttgart's boiler area in particular.



The Stuttgart Airport Bus Terminal (SAB) was the only German long-distance bus station to be rated "very good" and was the test winner against ten other long-distance bus stations in a nationwide comparison. A total of 11 bus stations throughout Germany were tested according to various criteria and evaluated with regard to quality, infrastructure and service for passengers. The SAB was the only long-distance bus station to improve its rating. Since its launch in 2016, the long-distance bus station has been an important element of the transport hub at Stuttgart Airport and is very well accepted by passengers.

According to the ADAC test, the advantages of the SAB include the complete roofing, the multilingual electronic scoreboards and monitors, and its own website. In addition, there is a central ticket and information desk for several suppliers as well as shopping facilities, a continuous guidance system for the visually impaired and sufficient parking space for passengers and those collecting them. The terminals and the S-Bahn station are only a few steps away. The SAB has a total of 18 bus platforms, 14 of which are for long-distance bus services and 4 for local transport.

Source: ADAC Test: Longdistance Busterminals 2020


From 1 July 2020, Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH (FSG) will charge a tariff for green electricity at the seven fast-charging points, including the fast-charging stations at the SAB. Until now, the State Airport has provided all public charging facilities free of charge to users of electric and hybrid vehicles. At the 28 normal charging stations, the offer will remain free of charge for the time being.

The quick charge tariff is 55 cents per kilowatt hour. Even during a short stop, electric vehicles can be recharged at the stations on the P5 and Kiss & Ride parking lots at the SAB bus terminal with an output of up to 150 kilowatts. Payment can be made directly at the e-gas station, either ad hoc and without registration by smartphone and credit card or by a charging card from a partner of the Hubject platform.