Flights from Manchester to Dusseldorf

Manchester to Dusseldorf

  • There are 38 flights a week from Manchester to Dusseldorf
  • Dusseldorf is served by 2 airports. These are Dusseldorf International, Weeze.
  • The average flight time from Manchester to Dusseldorf is 1h 25min
  • 3 airlines fly direct from Manchester to Dusseldorf
  • The most popular airline flying from Manchester to Dusseldorf last month was eurowings
  • £97 was the cheapest return price from Manchester to Dusseldorf last month
  • Manchester to Dusseldorf is 390 miles

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This information is correct as of December 2015

Airlines that fly from Manchester to Dusseldorf

Eurowings and Flybe operate direct flights from Manchester to Dusseldorf, Germany.

Terminal Information

Manchester Airport

Passengers flying to Dusseldorf should arrive at Manchester Airport at least 2 hours before the flight is scheduled to depart. Eurowings and Flybe offer airport and online check in, it is recommended that you check in online where possible and use the bag drop desks for any hold luggage. FastTrack Security passes are available from £3.50 per person, this gives you access to a dedicated FastTrack security lane which bypasses the queues you would normally face, especially during peak travel periods.

There are three terminals at Manchester Airport, Eurowings flights depart from Terminal 1 and Flybe flights depart from Terminal 3. If you are travelling to the airport by train both terminals are less than 10 minutes’ walk from the airport train station via moving walkways.

Terminal 1 offers the best shopping experience out of all of Manchester’s terminals with a great selection of shops and fashion and beauty brands located here. Biza Duty Free, Victoria’s Secret, Next, Pandora, Paperchase, Clarins and Monsoon are just some of the many to choose from.

Terminal 3 is a smaller terminal with a smaller choice of shops which include Boots, Dixons, Accessorize and WH Smith. Dining options at the terminal feature Costa, Pork and Pickle, Trattoria Milano and The Lion and The Antelope.

Both terminals have an Escape Lounge offering a quieter lounge, complimentary food, drinks and unlimited Wi-Fi access.

Dusseldorf Airport

Dusseldorf Airport enjoys a convenient location 9km to the north of the city centre of Dusseldorf and in easy reach to other cities in North Rhine-Westphalia in the west of Germany.

The airport has excellent transport connections available. There are two train stations at the airport, the Dusseldorf Airport train station which connects to high speed innercity express routes and the Dusseldorf Airport Terminal train station which connects to the S-Bahn line. If you are travelling into Dusseldorf city centre the S-Bahn will be the most convenient method to take, you can reach the terminal train station by a moving walkway. A typical journey into Dusseldorf will take around 15-20 minutes.

Bus services depart regularly from the two bus stations at the airport, one is outside of the main terminal building and the other bus station is located at the Dusseldorf Airport train station.

If you have booked car hire from Dusseldorf Airport you will need to collect the keys at the car hire desks located in the Arrivals Hall.

What to expect in Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf in Western Germany is a vibrant city attracting visitors with its great nightlife, busy calendar of events and fashion trade shows and a wide choice of museums and theatres.

You will find Dusseldorf to be slightly cheaper than Manchester when it comes to transport and eating out. There are lots of shopping opportunities available, especially when it comes to independent fashion boutiques and international fashion houses. 

Dusseldorf is one hour ahead of Manchester, UK.

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