Dusseldorf Airport (DUS)

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Dusseldorf International Airport, also called Dusseldorf Airport (IATA: DUS; ICAO: EDDL), is the international airport of Dusseldorf, the capital of the German state North Rhine-Westphalia.


Located about in Dusseldorf-Lohausen, about 10 km from Dusseldorf city centre, DUS Airport is the third biggest airport in Germany and the hub of Air Berlin and Eurowings.

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Must-see Attractions:
The city of Dusseldorf (Düsseldorf) is well known for being the centre of the art and the fashion of Germany. Every July, the city hosts the Largest fair of Rhine, a funfair attracting more than 4 million people, as well as the Karneval. Each 11th of November. Kaiserswerth is a beautiful Dusseldorf’s neighbourhood and a nice place to be explored. Within Kaiserwerth, one of the oldest neighbourhoods of the city, you can visit the Church of St Suitbertus. The neighbourhood is also kind of posh.

Another nice and cultural attraction you can visit when in Dusseldorf is the Museum of Art (Museum Kunstpalast), with art works from Helmut Hentrich, Dali, Warhol or Caravaggio. Kunstpalast also offers theatre performances, concerts and tour guides. There is an artists collective of Dusseldorf called Kunsthalle Dusseldorf with the gallery Art in the Tunnel (Kunst im Tunnel).

Terminals

Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS) has 3 passenger Terminals united in the same large building: Terminal A, which operates mostly with the airlines Lufthansa and Germanwings; Terminal B, which operates with domestic and EU flights; and Terminal C, which operates with non-Schengen flights.
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History:

Dusseldorf Airport was officially opened in 1927 with flight routes t Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg and Geneva. During the World War II DUS Airport was used exclusively by the army. Luckily, Dusseldorf International Airport was reopened in 1948 to handle civil passengers with the end of the WW2.

Transport

Dusseldorf Airport (DUS) is located in Dusseldorf-Lohausen, about 10 km from Dusseldorf city centre. The transport options you can use to go from one point to the other are: Taxi, Car rental, Bus, Train and Sky Train. Chech our search engine to find your best car rental option during your Dusseldorf trip.

Connections

Dusseldorf Airport (DUS) is very well connected with the rest of Germany, the whole Europe and the globe. In 2016 DUS Airport handled 23, 521, 919 million passengers.

Contact information

Dusseldorf Airport number:
+49 (0) 2114210

Dusseldorf Airport email:
customerservice@dus.com

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