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Dusseldorf Airport Private Jet Charter

Dusseldorf Airport Private Jet Charter Services

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Dusseldorf Airport is the international airport of Dusseldorf, a city in western Germany known as the art and fashion capital of the country. The airport, the third largest in Germany (after Frankfurt and Munich), is located about six miles north of the city center.

Charter a private jet to Dusseldorf, the capital North Rhine-Westphalia, for events such as the Rheinkirmes, the Largest Fair on the Rhine, which has been held for more than 700 years, usually in July. Sponsored by Düsseldorf’s St. Sebastianus shooting club, which has more than 1,500 members, the fair has been held for at least 118 years on the Oberkassel Rhine. The fair includes the Historic Procession, one of Germany’s largest parade. More than 3,000 uniformed members of the shooting club, marching bands and horse carriages parade through the streets of Dusseldorf.

Düsseldorf International Airport Aerial View

Düsseldorf International Airport Aerial View Picture Source.

What is the airport code for Dusseldorf Airport?

The ICAO code for Dusseldorf Airport is EDDL and its IATA code is DUS.

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Airport Information for Dusseldorf Airport (EDDL, DUS)

LOCATIONDusseldorf, Germany
Runway Length (ft) Width (ft) Surface Type Elevation (ft)
23L/05R 9842 148 CON 147
23R/05L 8858 148 CON 147

Düsseldorf International Airport - Approach & Landing on a Cessna Citation

FBOs at Dusseldorf Airport

The Executive Terminal, which handles business and private jets and other aircraft, is located on the west side of the airport. Yearly, more than 12,000 aircraft carrying some 20,000 passengers use the terminal that opened in 2006. The reception area is manned at all times. The Executive Terminal, which is also known as the General Aviation Terminal (GAT), has an executive lounge, a small conference center, a pilots’ lounge and a briefing room are among the amenities located in its 9,000 square feet. Current weather data can be retrieved in the terminal and a flight plan can be submitted.

The Executive Terminal is run by Jet Aviation, a Swiss company and one of the two fixed base operators at Dusseldorf Airport. Jet Aviation, which controls access to the secured area, handles refueling, air traffic control, aircraft cleaning and collecting landing and other fees. Here is more information on Jet Aviation and Dusseldorf Aviation Services, the other FBO at the airport:

Jet Aviation

Jet Aviation FBO at EDDL

Executive Terminal at EDDL. Picture Source.

Jet Aviation Dusseldorf is one of the company’s 40 fixed base operations that are located in America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. It is open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Jet Aviation Dusseldorf is located in a two-story, state-of-the art building. It has an exclusive executive lounge, a crew lounge and a conference room. It serves private jets coming into all of nearby cities in the Rhine-Ruhr area, the largest metropolitan area in Germany.

  • Aircraft exterior and interior cleaning
  • Aircraft refueling – Jet A-1/Aerojet/Avgas 100LL
  • Concierge services including coordination of hotel accommodations, rental cars requests and catering
  • Crew lounge and snooze room
  • Crew transportation
  • De-icing coordination
  • Domestic and international handling
  • Executive crew lounge
  • Conference room
  • Executive transportation
  • Ground support services
  • Hangarage
  • Immigration and customs on premises
  • Weather and flight planning facilities
  • Wi-fi

Together, Jet Aviation and handler/FBO Kurz Aviation Service manage nine FBOs in Germany, which are all available through one point of contact. The FBOs include Berlin Tegel and Schönefeld, Dusseldorf and Munich (Jet Aviation); and Cologne, Egelsbach, Frankfurt and Stuttgart and Leipzig (Kurz Aviation Service). While each FBO varies, they all have VIP customer lounges, crew lounges and meeting rooms. Jet Aviation and Kurz Aviation Service share nationwide operational and service-relevant flight data.

DAS: Düsseldorf Aviation Service

Düsseldorf Aviation Service FBO Lounge

Düsseldorf Aviation Service FBO at EDDL. Picture Source.

Dusseldorf Aviation Service is a German-wide FBO network that has service stations at all 10 major German airports. GAS German Aviation Service has FBO and ground handling services at: Berlin Schönefeld, Berlin Tegel, Cologne-Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt/Main, Franfurt Egelsbach, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart. However, it does provide services anywhere in Germany you want to go, even where it doesn’t have a dedicated station. If you contact GAS headquarters in Cologne, it will arrange VIP service at the airport of your choice.

At Düsseldorf, DAS can handle any sort of general aviation aircraft, including chartered private jets, business jets, military and cargo jets. Among the services DAS provide at Dusseldorf are:

  • Catering – third party
  • Check-in
  • Concierge services
  • Crew and baggage transportation
  • De-icing
  • Free beverages, TV
  • Fuel through German Fuel Services
  • Ground handling
  • International newspapers
  • Lavatory
  • Load control
  • Lost and found
  • Passenger lounge in the General Aviation Terminal
  • Taking care of any last-minute requests
  • Transfers
  • VIP transportation
  • Water service
  • Wi-fi

Düsseldorf Airport history

Dusseldorf Airport officially opened in 1927 with routes to Berlin, Cologne, Geneva and Hamburg but its earliest aviation event was the landing of one of the first German experimental blimps, the Zeppelin LZ3. The military took over Dusseldorf during World War II, reopening by the British for civil use in 1948.

The main runway was extended in 1950 and again in 1969. The railway connecting the airport to downtown Dusseldorf was opened in 1975. A second runway was built in 1992.

Perhaps the biggest story to ever come out of the airport was the fire of 1996 when a quickly spreading fire that was started by a welding torch killed 17 people and injured many more, most from smoke inhalation. It spread quickly through the arrivals area of Terminal A and was the largest airport fire to date. Damage was estimated in the hundreds of millions dollars as both Terminal A and Terminal B had to be reconstructed. The airport remained open with tents replacing the destroyed terminal buildings. When Terminal A reopened and reconstruction of Terminal B began in 1998, the name of the airport was changed from Rhine Ruhr Airport to Düsseldorf International Airport.

In 2013, during a corporate redesign, the airport changed its name from Dusseldorf International Airport to simply Dusseldorf Airport.

Why rent a private jet to EDDL?

Dusseldorf is a city of wealth. It is custom made for the elite traveler who charters a private jet into Dusseldorf. It is one of the five most expensive cities in which to live in Germany. (The others are Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Bonn.) It is also one of the most desirable.

Dusseldorf, which has a population of more than 600,000, straddles the Rhine River. It is the capital city of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. There are many elite and sophisticated places for VIPs to see when hiring a private jet to Dusseldorf.

Düsseldorf has a large fashion industry and arts scene. In fact, the city has been nicknamed the Fashion Capital of Germany.

Fashionistas have always found Dusseldorf a place of elegant clothing. It held its first fashion show in 1949. Today, luxury and elegance abound in Dusseldorf’s Köningsallee. Called the KÖ, the luxury retail district has been compared to the Champs Elysées. The stores have huge video displays of product videos which energize – and pack – the designer stores.

Because of the great interest in fashion, there are several schools dedicated to fashion design in Dusseldorf.

Even the architecture is fashionable. Even though Düsseldorf is the location of cutting-edge futurist architecture, it maintains its 18th century German architecture on many of its elegant and tree-lined streets. And, driving down those streets, you will see more $100,000+ cars than just about anywhere in the world. It’s a land of Birkin bags and Bugattis.

Many elite business travelers who rent a private jet to Dusseldorf are coming to do banking or to visit advertising agencies as many are located there.

You might also want to charter a private jet to EDDL for the Karneval, which starts on November 11 every year and ends on Ash Wednesday. Many events are held in the Kaiserswerth neighborhood, one of the most posh, beautiful and oldest in the city.

The Church of St. Suitbertus, which was built in the 11th century is part of the Carnival celebration.

Hire a private jet into Dusseldorf for the arts scene and start your tour at the Museum Kunstpalast, which has works by Dali, Warhold and Helmut Hentrich. There are also theatrical performances and concerts at Kunstpalast.

FBOs and Handlers at Dusseldorf Airport, EDDL, DUS

Swissport  FLUGHAFEN DUSSELDORT INT'L  (492) 114-5045   
Aviation Handling Service    (492) 114-6507   
Jet Aviation  FLUGZEUGWARTUNG GMBH  (492) 114-7062   
Dusseldorf Aviation Service  DUSSELDORF INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT  (492) 115-4050   
Acciona Airport Services    +49 69 690 24964 
Flughafen Dã¼Sseldorf    +49 211 421 2401 

METAR Weather Data at Dusseldorf Airport, EDDL, DUS

OBSERVEDSat Sep 25, 23:50 UTC
NOWSat Sep 25, 23:59 UTC
AGE9 min ago
WINDvaries at 2 mph
VISIBILITYgreater than 7 miles
CLOUDSclear skies
TEMP57°F (14°C)
DEWPT55°F (13°C)
BAROMETER1014 hPa (29.94 in Hg)

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