Being the third busiest airport in Germany, Düsseldorf International Airport serves as a hub for some of the best German airline companies. Offering flights to over 50 destinations, Air Berlin has the busiest schedule at Düsseldorf International Airport. The Berlin based company connects the city of Düsseldorf with large European cities such as Barcelona, Copenhagen, Istanbul, London, Milan, Rome, Venice, Vienna, and Zurich. Air Berlin links Düsseldorf with other important domestic destinations including Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Munich, and Stuttgart. With service to Los Angeles and New York City, Air Berlin is also one of the few companies to provide non-stop flights to the United States.
Tourists who’d like to enjoy some of the finest Mediterranean resorts can also count on Air Berlin. Corfu, Heraklion, Kos, Minorca, Samos, Rhodes, and Thessaloniki are popular islands that are accessible via Air Berlin on a seasonal schedule. Destinations in North Africa and Southern Europe are also offered by the Berlin based airline. The Middle East, Caribbean Sea, and Mexico are also accessible to Düsseldorf passengers using Germany’s second largest carrier. All Air Berlin flights operate at Terminal B and Terminal C at Düsseldorf International Airport.
Lufthansa operates the second busiest schedule at Düsseldorf International Airport. Passengers can count on the German flag carrier for comfortable trips to more than 40 worldwide destinations. Lufthansa offers a typical European schedule by flying to major cities in France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, and several other countries. Eastern and Central European countries such as Austria, Hungary, and Ukraine are also accessible via Lufthansa. The German flag carrier also links Düsseldorf with important North American destinations including Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, and Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Domestic destinations such as Berlin, Dresden, Munich, and Stuttgart are naturally on the list of Lufthansa operations at Germany’s third busiest airport. The Lufthansa Regional service provides a choice of more than 20 other destinations throughout Europe. Lufthansa’s fleet of Boeing jets pick up passengers from Terminal A.
Düsseldorf International Airport serves as the only hub for Germania. This small airline company mostly offers trips to Turkish destinations such as Antalya, Bursa, Izmir, and Samsun. Other destinations include Lebanon, Iraq, and Egypt. Germania operates in Terminal C at Düsseldorf International Airport. Germany’s third largest airport is also well connected to Turkey because of service from major Turkish carriers such as Sky Airlines, SunExpress, Pegasus Airlines, and Turkish Airlines.