DB, point to point is now offered as both standalone and interline.
DB tickets are available on the following routes:
|Berlin Hbf (QPP)||Cologne (QKL)||Duesseldorf Flughafen (DUS)||Duesseldorf Hbf (QDU)|
|Frankfurt (main) Hbf (ZRB)||Frankfurt Airport (FRA)||Hamburg Hbf (ZMB)||Leipzig Hbf (XIT)|
|Muenchen Hbf (ZMU)||Nurnberg Hbf (ZAQ)||Stuttgart Hbf (ZWS)|
The map shows available connections from the Frankfurt airport only. Other DB Tickets routes are not displayed.
DB E-tickets are available as follows:
Standalone sales (ticketed on 9B plate) are possible in these BSP/ARC markets:
- ARC USA
- BSP Australia
- BSP Austria
- BSP Belgium/Netherlands/Luxembourg
- BSP Canada
- BSP Czech Republic
- BSP Finland
- BSP France
- BSP Hong Kong
- BSP India
- BSP Indonesia
- BSP Ireland
- BSP Italy
- BSP Japan
- BSP Macao
- BSP Malaysia
- BSP Mexico
- BSP Norway
- BSP Scandinavia – Open in Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
- BSP Singapore
- BSP South Korea
- BSP Spain
- BSP Switzerland/Liechtenstein
- BSP Taiwan
- BSP Thailand
- BSP UK
- BSP Vietnam
- Infini Sabre
- Sirena Travel
- Travel Sky
- Available worldwide, except Germany.
- 9B 2100 – 2499
|First Class||Business Class||Economy Flexible||Economy Saver|
Auto Cancellation of Booking
- 24 hrs prior to departure
- Children aged 6 years and older require a ticket to travel.
GDS Availability Display
- The image below is a typical GDS availability display demonstrating a possible itinerary between Berlin Hbf (QPP) and Hamburg Hbf (ZMB).
- PNR Booking
The image below is a PNR booked on the GDS:
F and Y class = fully refundable up to 3 days before departure. A fee of €17.50 applies if the passenger wants to change within these 3 days. It is non-refundable after departure.
C and M class = non-refundable.
For interline fares refunds will be applied according to fare rules.
No group bookings allowed. Up to 6 passengers with unique names can be issued on the same PNR.
Earliest 72 hours before train departure, the passenger will have to check-in at www.accesrail.com to print the DB ticket. At time of booking, please inform the passenger to keep the PNR locator or e-ticket number handy to facilitate check-in.
Passenger visits check-in.accesrail.com within 72 hours prior to departure.
Passenger enters his/her first and last name and one of the following: PNR Locator or; e-ticket number.
Passenger prints the travel document, which is required for boarding.
At the time of purchase the travel agent issues the e-ticket and receives the ticket pickup number via Special Service Request (SSR). To retrieve their actual travel document, passengers must check-in prior to boarding the train. View sample travel documents:
Period of Validity
- Scheduled train departure time (indicated on the boarding pass).
A specific seat is not assigned. Passengers may occupy a vacant seat in the appropriate class as indicated on their ticket.
Travelers bring their own luggage on the train and must be able to handle their own luggage without assistance, within the following:
- maximum 3 items of luggage per person
- standard luggage up to 25 kg
- maximum dimensions: 100 cm x 60 cm x 30 cm
Terms & conditions:
All tickets are only valid with proof of identity.
What if the passenger misses their train connection?
The ticket is valid for the specific service listed and in the event of disruption or delay it will be accepted on the next available service, subject to availability. Customers may not travel on an earlier service than the booked rail service.