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Dusseldorf Airport

Düsseldorf Airport serves the city of Düsseldorf which is the capital of North Rhine – Westphalia. Düsseldorf Airport is the third biggest airport in Germany and handles an inflow of 24 million passengers annually. It’s the primary hub for Eurowings and features two runways that are capable of handling wide-body aircrafts like Airbus A380.

dusseldorf Airport Information

Düsseldorf Airport Address
Flughafenstraße 120
40474 Düsseldorf
Germany

Enquiries Number: 49 211 4210

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Dusseldorf Airport, Dusseldorf

Ranked third largest amongst the airports in Germany (with Frankfurt and Munich topping the list), Dusseldorf International Airport is spread across 6.13 square kilometers. It serves as the international airport of Dusseldorf, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. Although the airport had opened in 1927, it was not until 1948 that Dusseldorf Airport was put to civil use. In 2016, it handled close to 24 million travelers. Domestic flights as well as international flights to the Middle East, Asia, North America, Africa, and Europe operate from this airport.

Terminals Trivia

Dusseldorf International Airport has three terminals. Terminal A started operations in 1977. It currently has 16 gates. Multiple airline providers originate from this terminal, including All Nippon Airways, Air China, Croatia Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Austrian Airlines. Terminal B, which was damaged during the massive fire in 1996, was rebuilt after which it became functional in 2001. This terminal has 11 gates. It has an observation deck too. Terminal C consisting of eight gates, began handling travelers since 1986. Since it experienced least loss after the 1996 fire, for quite a few years, Dusseldorf International Airport just had this one terminal operational.

Shop, Eat, and Relax

Dusseldorf International Airport takes utmost care of its travelers. To start with, Terminal A has two Lufthansa lounges and Terminal B consists of lounges provided by Air France and British Airways. To ensure mobility-impaired passengers have a convenient time at the airport, apart from wheelchair assistance, all the departure zones and the main arrival section are designed keeping in mind their limitations.

The airport boasts of amazing duty-free shopping options for travelers. Whether you are looking for international confectionary, cosmetics, beauty products, gifts, liquor, or apparels, Dusseldorf Duty-Free will pamper you well. In addition, there are over 100 shops and restaurants that welcome travelers. Grab a quick bite from one of the many cafes or enjoy a lavish meal comprising international, local, or baked goodies.

Transport Facilities

To travel to and from Dusseldorf International Airport, both roadways and railways are available. In case of rail, two railway stations cater to the travelers going or coming from the airport. Every German rail including high-speed trains and SkyTrain, an automatic suspended monorail, runs from the airport terminal. If you wish to explore the road options, you can check the network of local buses running to different destinations within the city. The other viable option is the motorway section.

Are you looking for a place to stay?

To stay in style, book a room at Sheraton Düsseldorf Airport Hotel, within half a kilometer from the airport. If you don’t mind traveling a bit, me and all hotel dusseldorf, a boutique property, will definitely impress you. There are many other awesome hotels near Dusseldorf Airport, a few of them being Hotel Villa Casa, Airport Fashion Hotel, InterContinental, and Air Hotel Wartburg. For travelers looking for a hotel accommodation at a reasonable price, Premiere Classe Düsseldorf-City, ibis Hotel, and Hotel Schumacher are prudent options.

Explore Dusseldorf!

Dusseldorf invariably excites tourists of all ages with the plethora of places it has. Just about 3 kms from the airport is Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth. Baroque houses belonging to the 17th and 18th centuries, ruins of Kaiserpfalz, and the Royal Palace of Emperor Friedrich Barbarossa are primary points of interest here. The next best thing to do would be take a pleasant boat ride on Rhine River to reach Alstadt (Old Town). Right from magnificent churches to museums to over 250 pubs, this place has it all. To witness a part of Mother Nature, a visit to the 36.6-hectare Nordpark is a must. Some of the other visit-worthy local destinations include Konigsallee, Rheinufer, and Carlsplatz Markt.

FAQs

Q. What are the most popular airlines that operate from Dusseldorf Airport?
A. Air Berlin, Eurowings, and Niki are the most popular airlines that operate from Dusseldorf International Airport.

Q. Which are the cheap flights that operate from Dusseldorf Airport?
A. Ryan Air, Sun Express, and Eurowings are the cheap flights that operate from Dusseldorf Airport.

Q. What is the airport code for Dusseldorf Airport?
A. The airport code for Dusseldorf Airport is DUS.

Q. Which is the most frequent international route from Dusseldorf Airport? 
A. Dusseldorf to Palma de Mallorca is the most frequent international route from this airport.

Q. Which is the first flight from Dusseldorf Airport?
A. One of the first flights from Dusseldorf Airport is TUI fly Deutschland X3 414, which takes off from the airport at 5:50 AM to Antalya.

Q. Which is the last flight from Dusseldorf Airport?
A. The last flights to depart from Dusseldorf Airport is Malaysia Airlines MH 4514, Qantas Airways QF 8058, and Emirates EK 058 that leave the airport at 9:30 PM to Dubai.

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