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Frankfurt to Hamburg via Train

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We are starting to fine tune the details of our trip to Germany this summer. We arrive FRA at 11:15. We need to take the train to Hamburg Dammtor. Bahn.de is giving me the following choices:

Frankfurt(M) Flughafen Regionalbf – depart 13:32 Platform Regional 1 on S8
Frankfurt Hbf (tief) Frankfurt Hbf (tief) – arrive 13:43
Walk to Frankfurt(Main)Hbf – depart 13:58 on ICE 72
Hamburg Dammtor – arrive 17:41

Frankfurt(M) Flughafen Fernbf – depart 14:42 Platform Fern 5 on ICE 576
Hamburg Dammtor – arrive 18:51
Could we make this earlier route at 12:42?

What is the difference between Frankfurt Flughafen Regionalbf and Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbf? Should we elect the later route with zero stops over the earlier route with a change of trains?

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