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Flights to Dusseldorf

Visiting the tech hubs, museums, and luxury shopping malls of Dusseldorf is simple, with plenty of flights from major airports around the world. Travelers from the US can take direct flights from Atlanta or connect to Dusseldorf with ease via London or Paris. When they do, they will arrive within a short distance of one of Germany's most dynamic cities.

Which is the main airport in Dusseldorf?

The main arrival point for passengers flying to Dusseldorf is Dusseldorf International Airport (generally referred to as Flughafen Düsseldorf). The airport is around 10 miles north of the city itself and has excellent ground transportation connections. Thanks to S-Bahn services, arrivals can transition from the airport to the city in 15-20 minutes.

Which airlines offer flights to Dusseldorf?

Plenty of major airlines offer flights to Dusseldorf. This includes Delta Airways, which runs a regular connection from Atlanta, and Eurowings, which flies from New York JFK, Newark, Miami, and Fort Myers. Travelers can also take flights with Lufthansa, British Airways, easyJet, Aer Lingus, or Lauda, so there are plenty of ways to get to Dusseldorf.

Why travel by plane to Dusseldorf?

Flying is usually the most convenient way to reach Dusseldorf for those coming directly from North America. That's because regular direct flights are available from major airports like Atlanta, New York JFK, and Miami. With flight times of seven to eight hours, it's not a particularly long journey, and flights will land right at the heart of the Rhineland. Flying also offers endless options for stopovers. For instance, travelers can choose to spend a night or two in Madrid, London, Amsterdam, or Paris before flying to Dusseldorf. That kind of flexibility can turn European vacations into even more memorable experiences.

Before you travel to Dusseldorf by plane - good to know!

If travelers want to see everything in town, it makes sense to get hold of a DusseldorfCard. These cards can be purchased for 24-96 hour periods, and provide huge discounts for public transport and major attractions. Attractions are all over the place in Dusseldorf, from the spectacular modern art collection of the Kunstsammlung to the beer gardens and cafes of the Rhine Embankment. Shoppers will want to spend an afternoon perusing Konigsallee - one of the most exclusive collections of boutiques in Europe. Ascending the Rheinturm is a must, even if only to take the perfect social media snaps across the city.


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