Airports In Germany

Airports in Northern Germany

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Germany has a well organised transport network of road, rail and air. Though there are close to six hundred domestic and small airports, for travel within the country it is advisable to use road and rail transport systems. Arrival at German airports is relatively hassle free, but departing passengers are closely scrutinised and security is very tight. German airports are fairly similar to other European and American airports. The major German airports feature duty-free shops, restaurants, bars, car rental agencies, conference centres, banks, post offices, and medical facilities.

The major airports in northern Germany are:

Berlin ( – Berlin has three main airports; Tegel, Schönefeld and Tempelhof. Tegel is Berlin’s main international airport handling the bulk of foreign visitors and travellers. Schönefeld was the primary airport for East Berlin but now flights to Europe and Asian countries pass through here as well as many charter flights. Tempelhof airport handles most short haul and charter flights within Europe.

Hamburg ( - In terms of passenger figures, Hamburg Airport is the fifth largest of Germany’s sixteen commercial airports. Around 60 airlines fly direct from Hamburg to 114 destinations world-wide. The airport offers the tourist convenient facilities like hotel booking from the airport lounge and special VIP and business services.

Hannover ( – Langenhagen International Airport in Hannover is a large international airport with three terminals. It is situated 11km north of downtown Hanover, the capital of Lower-Saxony, Germany. It is the eighth largest airport in Germany. Most traffic runs through Frankfurt airport, but there are direct flights available too.

Bremen ( – The airport is approximately 4Km away from the city. The airport has a large car park and special facilities for the disabled. Airport facilities include a duty-free shop, bank, currency exchange office, conference centre, car rental and hotel reservation.

Düsseldorf ( – Düsseldorf airport is located 10Km north of the city. Airport facilities include a duty-free shop, bank, medical facilities, post office, restaurant, snack, tourist information, car rental and conference rooms.

Leipzig ( - The airport is a multiport building accommodating both rail and road transport in addition to an air terminal. Rail and road traffic is accommodated on two levels directly beneath the Check-in Hall. The lowest level accommodates long distance rail while the middle level has a roadway for cars and buses.

Münster ( – Münster airport is located 25Km from the city Airport facilities include a duty-free shop. The airport is served by all domestic and international carriers

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