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Frankfurt Airport - connecting to the train

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Hi everyone, a quck question on connecting at Frankfurt Airport. I am planning to take a flight from the US and then connect to the ICE train going to Stuttgart. The flight I am considering lands at 7:40 am on a Thursday. It seems like the best option is to take the ICE train that leaves at 8:54 am. Is an hour fifteen connection time ample? I ask because I heard the airport is huge and I will have to go thru passport control then head to the airport station stop. I will have only carry-on so no issues there.

Also - I can buy an ICE ticket from the DB website at a discount. I know there are restrictions on the fare (train-specific), but what happens in case my incoming flight is delayed and I end up missing my train? Would they agree to put me on a later train for a small fee or do I end up losing the whole ticket? Thanks much for any suggestions you can offer.

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