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Information on Airports in Germany

Like many European countries, Germany is served by several large, modern international airports servicing its major cities and regions. Düsseldorf International Airport serves the town of Düsseldorf and is Germany’s third biggest airport. It’s reached by the A44 Autobahn from Düsseldorf, or by rail links. More than 350 trains a day stop at the Düsseldorf Flughafen railway station that serves the airport. Details of these services are available from Deutsche Bahn. There is also a bus station, located in front of Arrivals, and a selection of regional services operate from here. Taxis are available into Düsseldorf and other destinations and the local S11 S-Bahn underground train runs directly between Düsseldorf and the airport complex.

Paid-for wireless internet access is available throughout the airport and there are fixed internet access points and public phones. There are more than 40 bars, restaurants and cafes serving a variety of meals and snacks, and more than 70 shops offering a diverse shopping experience including gift shops, fashion stores, food and duty free. The airport is fully accessible to disabled passengers and baby-changing and first aid facilities are offered. There is also a non-denominational prayer room, a pharmacy and a dentist.

Hamburg airport is located in northern Germany, near the town of Hamburg. The airport is situated between the R2 and R3 ring roads and is easily accessible and well signposted from central Hamburg. It can be reached by S-Bah route S1, which links Hamburg’s central station directly with the airport and takes about 25 minutes. The fare is €3. There are numerous local bus services that make the journey between Hamburg Airport and the city and surrounding destinations, and taxis are also available.

There are numerous ATMs and several Bureaux de Change around the airport, as well as a bank. Telephones and paid-for Wi-Fi access are also available, and there is a post office in Terminal 2. Many bars and restarants serve a variety of food, drinks and snacks and these can be found in the Airport Plaza and in all terminals, both before and after security. A wide range of shops, including duty free, is also available. The airport is accessible to disabled passengers but asks that they notify their airline of their needs before travelling. Other facilities include pharmacy and a Red Cross medical centre, a hairdresser, shoeshine service and a casino!

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