Nurnberg Airport Reviews 2017
Nurnberg Airport or “Albrecht Dürer Flughafen Nürnberg” offers flights within Germany and to a number of European metropolitan and leisure destinations. NUE is the international airport of the Franconian metropolitan area of Nuremberg, is the second-busiest airport in Bavaria, and among the country’s biggest. Inaugurated on April 6, 1955, it was the first airport constructed in post-war Germany. In 1968, to accommodate their growing passenger count and jumbo jet usage, Nurnberg Airport extended their runway to its present length of 2,700 meters and in December 2014, named the airport after Nuremberg-born painter and printmaker Albrecht Dürer.
Our Nurnberg Airport reviews take a closer look at the airport, its location, its main services, amenities, and establishments, and what people are saying.
Reviews – What People Are Saying
Based on 15 Nurnberg Airport reviews, NUE was rated with 7/10 stars. About its “convenient” location, one of the Nurnberg Airport reviews wrote, “The airport is not too big so that there are no long walks to the exit and it is connected with the public transport network of Nuremburg so that it is cheap and fast to get to the city center and most of the hotels in town” while another says “Passport and security checks as well as baggage handling are a breeze. Staff is very friendly and helpful.” People say it’s a great place to relax, “clean,” and efficient.
Airport lounges are found at NUE. In Terminal 1 is Dürer Lounge while Lufthansa Business Lounge is in Terminal 2. Nurnberg Airport’s main information desk is open from 6 am – 11pm, and also manages items lost and found inside the terminal.
Aside from ATMs and cash machines, there is a beauty salon, two children’s play areas, and an open-air observation deck with views of the runway. An Airport Shop sells gifts, cigarettes, tobacco, and souvenirs; a Duty Free offers items tax-free. There is a wide range of dining options ranging from bars, bakeries, fast food, restaurants, bistros offering different culinary highlights and drinks.
Free 24-hour or unlimited Wifi is available at the airport by connecting to the Telekom network.
Nurnberg Airport is located approximately 5 km north of the city center of Nuremberg in the State of Bavaria, Germany, serving Nuremberg. It is accessible via motorway A3 (Frankfurt-Nurnberg) and can be accessed via walking or a bicycle due to its proximity to the city center and to local streets.
If sleeping at the airport does not appeal to you, you can spend the night at Movenpick Hotel (tel: +49 911 35010) across the passenger terminal whose rooms are based on availability. However, Nurnberg Airport reviews share that passengers had a safe and quiet time when spending nights at the airport, with several armrest-free seating.
Location – Traffic – Service
In 2016, Nurnberg Airport had handled 3.5 million passengers, 67,720 aircraft movements, and 115,000 tonnes of cargo on its single long runway. NUE serves as a hub for Air Berlin, and is served by domestic, international, regular, and low-cost airlines offering direct and connecting flights to cities around the world.
For a comprehensive list of the destinations of Nurnberg Airport, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link. Meanwhile, in July 2016, Nurnberg Airport received its ninth successive “Business Traveller” award.
- Airport Code: NUE
- Phone number: +49 911 9 3700
- Website URL: http://www.airport-nuernberg.de/english/
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Flughafenstr. 100, Nurnberg, Bavaria, D-90411, Germany
I recommend you fly with Nurnberg Airport based on their apparent convenience and practicality, customer service, and excellent efficiency.
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