Find the cheapest flight to Dusseldorf

Germany’s third largest airport is in Dusseldorf- Dusseldorf International Airport (airport code DUS) – nine kilometers from the city center. Dusseldorf is third in passenger traffic behind only Frankfurt and Munich. The airport is an important secondary hub for the German giant Lufthansa, and is a primary hub for LTU. Dusseldorf’s airport will be the diversion airport for the massive Airbus A380 if bad weather prevents Lufthansa from landing it in Frankfurt.

The airlines serving Dusseldorf can be found here, and you can track flight information for departures here and arrivals here. A map of the airport is here. Among other services on offer at the airport, you can get your laundry done and check your email while you wait for your flight. You’ll find the services here. Your shopping and dining options can be found here. Ground transportation choices include taxi, train and bus. Car rental agencies operating at the airport are listed here.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Germany, and then read about what to do and where to stay in Dusseldorf once you get there.

More Information on Dusseldorf

Located on the famous Rhine river, Dusseldorf is not the tourist draw that cities like Berlin and Munich are – and that might be just what you are looking for. Its large airport makes access to the city easy, and there aren’t as many visitors – sounds perfect. Munich isn’t the only city in Germany with a world famous beer culture – Dusseldorf’s old town center is often referred to as the “longest bar in the world” because of of all the pubs. Many traditional breweries make Dusseldorf their home as well, producing the local drink, “Altbier.” It’s a dark beer served in small glasses (rather than the pitcher-sized mugs of Oktoberfest) and it’s available all over the city.