Dusseldorf (DUS) Airport
Dusseldorf DUS Airport Overview
Dusseldorf International Airport DUS is a major German Airport, serving the heavily industrialized area of the 'Ruhrgebiet' - the Ruhr area of northwest Germany. Its catchment area covering a 50-km range includes 9.2 million people, and twice as much within a 100-km range.
DUS Airport is located near the town of Ratingen, 9 km from the city center of Dusseldorf, the capital of Westfalia, and is situated directly on the A44 motorway with its own exit, also accessible by Danziger Strasse and motorway A52 which connects to A44. Alternatively, the S-Bahn (subway) line 11 stop is under the passenger terminal, and Skytrain connects the passenger terminal to the Dusseldorf Airport Railway Station (with ICCE, IC, EC & regional train connections).
Serving over 20 million passengers per year, Dusseldorf Airport is hub to Air Berlin, Eurowings & Lufthansa, and is served by numerous domestic and international airlines offering direct flights throughout Europe, the Middle East and the U.S., with connections around the world, and by seasonal charters and low-cost Airlines serving popular vacation destinations.
Air China has started a new route from Beijing to Dusseldorf, and American Alines offers flights to Chicago.
On-Airport Hotels: Both the Sheraton Dusseldorf Airport Hotel and the Maritim Hotel Dusseldorf are close to the passenger terminal.
The passenger terminal at Dusseldorf International Airport has three Concourses (piers) A, B, & C.
Dusseldorf DUS Airport Update History
- DUS Airports - Oct 28, 2013
- DUS Food & Stores - Oct 19, 2013
- DUS Airport Intro - Oct 18, 2013
- DUS Buses & Trains - Oct 18, 2013
- DUS Rental Cars - Oct 18, 2013
- DUS Parking On site - Aug 1, 2013
- DUS Main Terminals - Jul 16, 2013
- DUS Airlines Served - Jun 18, 2013