Dortmund Airport (DTM) is a small airport that has been around since 1927, (although it relocated from an earlier location in Brackel). There are many expansion plans for DTM: a larger terminal, better transport to and from the city center, and lengthening its runway. It currently has just one terminal.
10 km (6 mi) from Dortmund.
Hours Of Operation
Dortmund Airport operates from 6 a.m. through 11:00 p.m.
Dortmund Airport Airlines
Low-cost carriers Germanwings and EasyJet have hubs here.
Dortmund is also served by Air Berlin, Atlasjet, Blue Wings, Inter Airlines, Sky Airlines, Sun Express and Wizz Air. The complete list can be found at…
Dortmund Airport — Realtime Arrivals & Departures
Here are the links to the live time tables for both arrivals and departures…
Getting To And From Dortmund International Airport
Dortmund airport has fairly good access to public transportation, although much better connections are promised for the future.
Regional and Long-Distance Trains
There is no direct connection to the airport. The closest station can be found at Holzwickede Station, which is linked to Dortmund Airport via shuttle bus.
There are several buses that connect to the airport. An airport express bus from the main train station is a thirty-minute journey. There’s also a bus from Holzwickede train station that takes five minutes and runs every fifteen to twenty minutes.
Ironically, the shopping highlight of this German airport is Leonidas Confiserie Drüke, a Belgian candy shop! It has been here for eight years and offers a large variety of chocolates, truffles, pralines and other delectable delights.
Duty-free shopping is also available, where you can pick up cosmetics, perfumes and alcohol
Food & Drink
The airport restaurant is the main feature at Dortmund. It is possible to eat here even if you don’t have a plane to catch. They provide a la carte dining and will also accept reservations.
If you’re in a bit more of a rush, there are four different bistros as well, some of which open at 4 a.m.
Dortmund is often called “Dortmund Airport 21.” This is a reference to the utility company DSW21, a major shareholder of DTM.