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Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Germany is a Federal Republic consisting of sixteen states. The capital city of Germany is Berlin.
|Rank||Airport||IATA||City/metro area||State||2008 boardings|
|3||Düsseldorf International Airport||DUS||Düsseldorf/Rhine-Ruhr||North Rhine-Westphalia||18,151,252|
|4||Berlin Tegel Airport||TXL||Berlin||Berlin||14,486,610|
|6||Cologne/Bonn Airport||CGN||Cologne, Bonn||North Rhine-Westphalia||10,342,931|
|8||Berlin Schönefeld Airport||SXF||Berlin||Berlin||6,638,162|
|9||Hanover Airport||HAJ||Hanover||Lower Saxony||5,637,517|
Airport names shown in bold indicate the facility has scheduled passenger service on a commercial airline.
With its central position in Europe, Germany is an important transportation hub. This is reflected in its dense and modern transportation networks. The extensive motorway (Autobahn) network ranks worldwide third largest in its total length and features a lack of blanket speed limits on the majority of routes.
Germany has established a polycentric network of high-speed trains. The Intercity Express or ICE is the most advanced service category of the Deutsche Bahn and serves major German cities as well as destinations in neighboring countries. The train maximum speed varies between 160 km/h and 300 km/h. Connections are offered at either 30-minute, hourly, or two-hourly intervals.
The largest German airports are the Frankfurt International Airport and the Munich International Airport, both are global hubs of Lufthansa. Other major airports are Berlin Tegel, Berlin Schönefeld, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Cologne-Bonn, Leipzig/Halle and in the future Berlin Brandenburg International Airport.