Take the following steps to connect your Raiffeisenbank (Germany) account to the Airbank App.

First, please go to the "Connect new bank" button in the lower left-hand corner of the dashboard & click on it.

Now, type in "Raiffeisenbank" + the name of your particular branch (in the search field - see screenshot below).

Due to the high number of different regional "Raiffeisenbank" branches, it is recommended to type in the exact name. Alternatively, you can also scroll down & pick out the right branch manually.

Now, please provide your identification number (also referred to as "VR-NetKey" or "Alias") and your password and click on "Next".

The following loading message will appear.

After a few seconds, you should be redirected to the log-in page of the bank.

Please follow the instructions appearing on the log-in page and enter your email address, as well as your password and click on "Login".

Now, click into the field showing the PSD2 open banking connection option and confirm your choice.

Follow this with the final steps to complete the authorization:

  1. Please enter your IBAN and the phone number connected to your "Raiffeisenbank" online banking account & then click on "Continue".

  2. You will receive a text message with your TAN code & will be prompted to enter the TAN, as well as your password.

  3. Confirm the entry

Congratulations! Your Raiffeisenbank (Germany) account is now connected!

You should now be redirected to the Airbank App and see the "Raiffeisenbank" icon in the upper left-hand corner of the your banking dashboard.


Important: Please do not hesitate to get in touch with Airbank' s support team should you experience any issues or require additional support.

Just use the chat function on the Airbank homepage or in Airbank App (the speech bubble symbol in the lower right-hand corner) or send an email to: help@joinairbank.com.

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