Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS) is Germany’s third largest airport (after Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport). There are three terminals with two runways.
9 km (5.6 mi) from the city center of Düsseldorf.
Hours Of Operation
Düsseldorf Airport operates from 5:00 a.m. through 11:00 p.m.
Düsseldorf Airport Airlines
Lufthansa and the Star Alliance are the most frequent fliers here.
At least sixty other airlines make stops at this major hub as well. Düsseldorf’s official airport site has a full list availble at…
Düsseldorf Airport Time Tables
Here are the links to the current time tables for both arrivals and departures…
Getting To And From Düsseldorf International Airport
Düsseldorf airport is well-served and easily accessed by public transportation. The intra-airport Sky Train will whisk you from one terminal to another in just minutes and also stops at the airport’s train station.
Düsseldorf is quite proud of its new train terminal with a direct connection to airport terminals. More than three hundred trains pass through here every day, including the new super-fast ICE trains, conveniently connecting you with major German and selected European destinations. If arriving by train, it’s easy to access the main terminal via the Sky Train.
Train tickets can be purchased on board. Forms of payment: credit cards, EC debit cards, cash.
The S-Bahn train is a great and fast way to get to and from the airport. The S7 train will get you from the main train station (in central Düsseldorf) to the airport in about fifteen minutes. However, the S-bahn does not stop at the airport’s train station, just at the underground stop of the same name, Düsseldorf Flughafen Terminal.
Remember to buy and validate your ticket BEFORE you get on board.
The Düsseldorf Airport is a well-integrated airport indeed. Many of the local buses will bring you to their fancy new train station, which links up to the main terminals via the Sky Train.
Other local buses make a stop in front of the arrivals hall.
It doesn’t matter what day you arrive at Düsseldorf International Airport, there’s always shopping available. Its shops are open 365 days a year, from 7:30 a.m. until at least 9:00 p.m.. The wide range of stores includes beauty care, fashion, accessories, electronics and books.
Food & Drink
Fruit bars, chocolatiers, Tuscan and Turkish restaurants, and German bistros are just a few of the eateries you’ll find at Düsseldorf Airport.
Are you afraid of flying? Then you’ve (surprisingly!) come to the right place. The service desk at Düsseldorf International Airport offers tips and counseling for aviatophobiacs.