Address: Flughafenstrasse 120, 40474 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 211 4210
Fax: +49 (0) 211 421-6666
IATA-airport code: DUS
ICAO-airport code: EDDL
Alias: Düsseldorf International Airport
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Düsseldorf International Airport Arrivals
Düsseldorf International Airport is that of the capital of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, located about 7 km north city of Düsseldorf and 20 km southwest of Essen. That city is within the Rhine-Ruhr, the largest metropolitan area in Germany. There are many Düsseldorf arrivals and the airport is Germany’s third-largest after Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport. They are handling around 7 million passengers in 2020 which is 75% less than the year before. It has two runways for Flughafen Düsseldorf arrivals, which are 3000 and 2700 meters long.
The airport has developed a health concept so that you can safely reach your destination. In addition to more safety measures and health rules, many aspects at the airport are have changed recently.
Most popular flight routes
Many of the domestic flights go the airports these airport:
Düsseldorf Airport Terminals
There are three terminals for DUS airport arrivals that are linked by a central spine, although the terminals are connected within one terminal building. The new terminal building can accommodate up to 25 million passengers each year.
- Terminal A has two Lufthansa lounges. The airline partners and Star Alliance members of All Nippon Airways, Air China, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, TAP Portugal, and Swiss International Air Lines all use Terminal A. Lufthansa and Eurowings have most Dusseldorf flight arrivals.
- Terminal B has 11 gates (B01–B11), used for domestic and EU Düsseldorf airport arrivals by Alitalia, British Airways, KLM, Finnair, Iberia, and Air France, as well as a few Star Alliance members including Aegean Airlines. Leisure carriers such as TUIfly and Condor are also located within this terminal. An observation deck and airline lounges by Air France and British Airways are located in Terminal B.
- Terminal C has 8 gates (C01-C08) that are used exclusively by non-Star Alliance airlines (excluding Turkish Airlines) for non-Schengen DUS arrivals. These are the long-haul flights of Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Mahan Air. Terminal C is part of a German hotel chain with direct access to the Airport City’s Maritime Hotel and the Airport and House Lounge operated by Emirates. The airport’s only parking spot fitted with three jet bridges to accommodate the Airbus A380 is located in Terminal C for Düsseldorf arrivals.
Ground transportation at Düsseldorf Airport
Every day, hundreds of Flughafen Düsseldorf arrivals by train, ranging from S-Bahns (urban trains) to ICEs (Intercity-Express trains), stop at the Düsseldorf Flughafen (Airport) railway station. The station is situated on the airport ground’s side. The SkyTrain, a fully automated cabin railway, can take you directly from the station building to the terminal.
The Düsseldorf Airport Terminal station, located in the basement of the terminal building, is only served by the S-Bahn S11. The S11 runs from Bergisch Gladbach to the airport via Düsseldorf Central Station. Sky train is available to take you within seven minutes from the train station to the terminal building to have DUS airport arrivals. The accessing time for the sky station is from 3:45 am to 0:45 am daily, with every 3.5 minutes to 7 minutes Düsseldorf airport arrivals. And the driving time is between 1:04 am to 3:45 and the bus is used to transfer to the train.
The airport reached via its motorway A44, which connects to A52, A57, and A3 highways. Several local bus routes connect the airport to nearby areas and the Dusseldorf city center.
You can contact the airport directly by phone for Dusseldorf flight arrivals information. And, also you can see the latest information on the website.
In the Düsseldorf arrivals hall are information counters and car rental companies like Avis, Europcar, Enterprise, Hertz, Buchbinder, Budget and Sixt.