Düsseldorf Airport (ICAO: EDDL, IATA: DUS) is the international airport of Düsseldorf. It is used for both private and commercial aviation which a separate terminal offering private jet clients VIP services. It holds a place as Germany's third largest airport, boasting three passenger terminals and two runways. Düsseldorf Airport's busiest day in 2018 was the 6th November with around 53 movements.
Dusseldorf Airport is located 6.5 km north of Dusseldorf, around a 15 minute drive from the city centre.
Düsseldorf Airport has around 575 airport connections worldwide - 86 across Germany, 375 in Europe and 114 outside Europe. France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Austria and Italy are amongst the top country connections. The top airport pairs include Munich, Stuttgart, Luxembourg-Findel, Zürich, Palma De Mallorca, Hamburg, Paris Le Bourget, Nuremberg and Friedrichshafen. Every year there are approximately 8000 movements at Düsseldorf Airport, 4000 departures and arrivals. The most active aircraft include the Cessna Citation Sovereign, Embraer Phenom 300, Cessna Citation CJ1, Cessna Citation CJ2 and the most popular Cessna Citation Excel / XLS.