DUSSELDORF INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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PRESENTED BY: RIKKI PORWAL

DUSSELDORF : 

DUSSELDORF Capital city of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Second most important international and financial centre of Germany. The city is among the ten most populous cities in Germany Also renowned for its fashion and trade fairs.

THE AIRPORT : 

THE AIRPORT It’s the 3rd biggest and 2nd busiest airport in Germany. Düsseldorf International Airport is located about 9 km (5.6 mi) from the centre of Düsseldorf. 107 airplane parking positions are available. The current terminal building is capable of handling up to 22 million passengers per year. Düsseldorf International has two runways, which are 3,000 m and 2,700 m long.

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The airport serves as an important hub for Air Berlin and as a secondary hub for Lufthansa. Base for all European airlines connecting all major business hubs. The airport has up to 750 takeoffs and landings per day ,with an aircraft taking off every 3mins and landing every 5mins.

CONFRENCES AND CONVENTIONS : 

CONFRENCES AND CONVENTIONS Düsseldorf International is the ideal site for conventions, conferences or seminars. It is the meeting point for business travellers and visitors from around the world every day. With its intercity railway station, a tram station, and direct access to the motorway, the airport is easily accessible to the public. From the conference room, you can reach the check-in desk within one minute and Düsseldorf’s old town in ten minutes

THE AIRPORT CITY : 

THE AIRPORT CITY Dusseldorf airport city at a glance…..

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Total development planned: 250,000 m² Location: southwest of the terminal Time frame for completion: by 2013 Developer: Flughafen Düsseldorf Immobilien GmbH Potential building sizes between 3,000 m² and    30,000 m² gross floor area

THE SKY TRAIN : 

THE SKY TRAIN In July 2002, Düsseldorf Airport opened their Sky-Train system. The Sky-Train operates 23 meters (75 feet) above the ground. It connects the airport terminals with the new rail station on the heavily traveled Düsseldorf-Duisburg railway line in a one-minute cycle. The ride over the 2.5 kilometers (1.6 miles) long track takes approximately 5 minutes.

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