Düsseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany and gateway to the world for the most populous state in Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia. DUS is an international hub of convenient size in one of Europe’s most powerful economic regions, with 18 million people living within a radius of 100 kilometres. Düsseldorf Airport connects passengers to over 190 destinations worldwide with 70 airlines. With around 600 daily aircraft movements, the airport serves the arrival and departure of up to 100,000 passengers every day. In 2017, the airport celebrated its eighth consecutive record with 24.6 million passengers.
Gateway to Europe
With its central location, Düsseldorf Airport offers passengers optimal connections not only within Europe but also to nearby regions. Düsseldorf city centre is only a 10-minute taxi or train ride from the airport, and two railway stations link the airport to surrounding areas. An excellently equipped car rental centre is located directly adjacent to the terminal and can be reached in a short 5-minute walk. The Ruhr area is just around the corner, as well as vibrant German cities such as Cologne (57 km), Bonn (85 km) and Aachen (98 km), while European capitals such as Amsterdam (222 km) and Brussels (205 km) are within easy reach.
Wide range of services
At Düsseldorf Airport, passengers and visitors will find almost everything they desire in over 60 stores and 40 bars and restaurants. In addition to a diverse gastronomy and shopping offer, the airport also provides a tax refund service as well as selected lounges and, of course, a VIP service. The modern "DUSconference plus" is ideally located in the terminal and offers a host of conference and meeting rooms, boardrooms, web corner and plug-in workstations as well as three foyers and workspaces that can be rented to suit individual requirements. The Sheraton Düsseldorf Airport and Maritim are two major hotels in the immediate vicinity of the terminal.