Dusseldorf Airport

Situated in Dusseldorf, the capital of the German State: North-Rhine-Westphalia, Dusseldorf Airport is an international Airport that serves the city. Dusseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany, after Frankfurt and Munich.

It is the largest and the primary airport of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region, the largest metropolitan region in Germany and among the largest metropolitan areas of the world. The airport’s history dates back to 1909, where the first aviation event of the area was held. It was opened in 1927 and continued its operation until 1939 when it was used as an airfield of the upcoming war. It was reopened for civil use in 1948.

Dusseldorf Airport

Reviews – What People Are Saying

Passengers arriving and departing from the airport has been impressed with the airport’s outstanding facilities and services. Giving the airport a massive number of positive reviews, which gives the airport an impression of being a good airport that provides good services, here are some of the reviews.

Dusseldorf Airport

Althogh the city Düsseldorf isn’t so big, Düsseldorf Airport is actually bigger than I expected, like much bigger, in fact this is the third biggest airports in Germany. It looks pretty neat and modern, I like it. There is a sky train to get from one terminal to the other. they also have their own S-Bahn station, well, it did take us sometime to find it. there is some fast food restaurant right under the main check in hall. It is nice place to have a quick meal. The S-bahn station entrance is one more floor lower. There are 3Terminals in the airport. Terminal A are basically just for international airlines, which member of Star Alliance, Terminal B is for the the airline which from inner EU, Terminal C is fo the international airlines aren’t  member of Star Alliance.  In terminal C there is a open spot for the visitors and the fan to visit to station on the top of the airport and have themselves, the entrance charge 2 euro, too bad that my partner and I couldn’t make it this time, but we will check it out next time when we are in town.”
—Torterry C (Berlin, Germany)

Dusseldorf Airport

“Listings for flights don’t show up on the screen until about 2 hours beforehand, just fyi…. Overall, nothing to dislike about it. There are limited food options, but lots of cafe-style restaurants. One restaurant called Bistrot had a hipster feel to it, especially with the potted plants and black marbled decor and hanging lights that immediately attracted me to the place. The coffee was typical airport priced, but I had an expresso, which was good and strong. The restaurant itself is pretty big and spans 2 stories of the airport. Otherwise, the food is rather simple–sandwiches, croissants, etc. There are several designer bag and clothes stores, and kiosks with magazines, drinks, gum, etc.”

—Megan Y (Staten Island, United States)

Dusseldorf Airport

Best airport ever. On the way to my gate there was actually tasty and healthy food/drink options. Besides the good, fresh food, see through bakery and a bar there’s also signs everywhere guiding you through efficiently. Loved it!”
—Erica U (Montecito, United States)

Aesthetics

Dusseldorf Airport has three terminal connected by a central spine, Terminals A, B and C and essentially concourses, connected within a single terminal building. The terminal buildings are capable of handling for up to 22 million passengers per year.

Terminal A has 16 gates and is used by Lufthansa and Germanwings and its airline partners: All Nippon Airways, Air China, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, TAP Portugal and Swiss International Airlines.

Dusseldorf Airport

Terminal B on the other hand is used for domestic EU-Flights by a few Star Alliance members such as Aegean Airlines but mainly SkyTeam, and OneWorld members such as: Air Berlin, Alitalia, British Airways, KLM, Finnair, Iberia, and Air France. Terminal C has 8 gates and used exclusively for non-Schengen flights, by non-Star Alliance airlines except Turkish Airlines.

Terminal Map

Dusseldorf Airport

Contact info:

  • Airport Code: IATA: DUS – ICAO: EDDL
  • Phone number: +49 211 4210
  • Website URL: https://www.dus.com/en
  • Email: customerservice@dus.com
  • Fax: +49 (0) 211 421-6666
  • Address: Flughafen Düsseldorf GmbH, Flughafenstraße 105, D – 40474 Düsseldorf

Dusseldorf Airport

Conclusion

A big yet easy to navigate airport. Dusseldorf Airport provides good services that eases every traveler’s airport frustrations. With fast security and immigration lines, there won’t be any hassle in catching your connected flights. The airport also provides a wide variety of shopping stalls and restaurants and cafes. With their clean and spotless facilities, organized lines and other services, and their polite and courteous staff and crew, arriving at the Dusseldorf Airport, will always be a good experience.

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