Flights from London to Dusseldorf

London to Dusseldorf

  • Dusseldorf is served by 2 airports. These are Dusseldorf International, Weeze.
  • The average flight time from London to Dusseldorf is 1h 10min
  • 5 airlines fly direct from London to Dusseldorf
  • There are 111 flights a week from London to Dusseldorf
  • The most popular airline flying from London to Dusseldorf last month was British Airways
  • £18 was the cheapest return price from London to Dusseldorf last month
  • London to Dusseldorf is 278 miles

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This information is correct as of December 2015

Airlines that fly from London to Dusseldorf

British Airways, Germanwings, Eurowings, Ryanair and Easyjet all operate flights from London to Dusseldorf.

Germanwings, Eurowings and British Airways fly from London Heathrow, Ryanair fly from Stansted and Easyjet fly from Gatwick.

Terminal Information

You should arrive at the airport at least two hours before your flight to Dusseldorf is due to depart. British Airways, Germanwings and Eurowings offer check-in at the airport or online in advance. Ryanair and Easyjet do not have check in desks and you must check-in online or via mobile.

London Heathrow Airport

Eurowings and Germanwings flights from London Heathrow to Dusseldorf depart from Terminal 2, The Queens Terminal. The Terminal 2 departures lounge is split into two levels, after check in on the same level (Level 5) you will find most of the places to eat such as Eat, London’s Pride, Yo! Sushi and The Gorgeous Kitchen as well high street shops, Boots, John Lewis, Sunglass Hut, Ted Baker and a few more. You will need to head to Level 4 for the flight gates where you will find a number of designer fashion boutiques such as Burberry and Michael Kors and the Caviar House and Prunier Seafood Bar.

If your flight is departing from the B-gates you can reach the Terminal 2b departure lounge from the main terminal departure lounge. There is a Boots, WH Smith, World Duty Free and Café Nero here.

British Airways flights depart from Terminal 5, their exclusive terminal. Terminal 5 has a similar selection of shops and restaurants to Terminal 2 with designer brands such as Dior and Louis Vitton, duty free shops and essentials such as Boots and Rolling Luggage.

There are 4 hours of free Wi-Fi in each terminal, mobile charging points and premium lounges.

London Stansted Airport

London Stansted Airport which is 30 miles north of London has one terminal. The departures lounge has home to an array of facilities including popular shops and places to eat. These include Boots, The Body Shop, Hamleys, Glorious Britain, World Duty Free, Next, Cabin, Starbucks and Joes Coffee House.

An hour of free Wi-Fi is available for passengers at the airport and an Additional Bag Allowance is in place so you can take one shopping bag from the departure lounge onto your flight.

London Gatwick Airport

There are two terminals at London Gatwick Airport, Easyjet flights to Dusseldorf depart from the North Terminal. A free shuttle train runs between the two terminals.

The North Terminal departure lounge has a great selection of shops and restaurants available including Boots, Cath Kidston, Ted Baker and World of Whiskies.

There is 90 minutes of free Wi-Fi available at Gatwick Airport.

Dusseldorf Airport

Dusseldorf Airport is 7km to the north of the city of Dusseldorf, the Arrivals Hall is on Level 0 of the terminal building where you will find ATMs and information points.

Dusseldorf Airport has excellent transport links with Dusseldorf and western Germany. There are two airports at the train station; Dusseldorf Airport train station where you can catch ICE trains and Dusseldorf Airport terminal train station for the S-Bahn lines into Dusseldorf. You can reach the Terminal train station by a moving walkway from arrivals.

Buses depart from the bus station outside of the arrivals hall and the bus station at the Dusseldorf Airport train station. Car hire and taxis are also available from the airport. Car rental desks can be found in the arrivals hall.

What to expect in Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf, positioned on the River Rhine is an arts and fashion centre with a busy calendar of fashion events, trade shows, festivals and carnivals. Millions of visitors flock to the city for the festivals and if you are travelling during these periods you should plan ahead when it comes to arranging travel and hotels in Dusseldorf.

The costs of visiting Dusseldorf are around 30% cheaper than the costs in London however shopping opportunities are plentiful. The city is a hub for fashion and downtown Dusseldorf has streets full of designer fashion boutiques.

Dusseldorf, Germany is one hour ahead of the UK.

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