Transfer From Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS) To Lubeck Blankensee Airport (LBC)
Düsseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany and the most important international hub of North Rhine-Westphalia. In terms of passenger volume, Düsseldorf Airport is behind Frankfurt am Main and Munich, and in front of Berlin Tegel Airport. In terms of freight traffic, it is in sixth place in Germany. The airport was opened on 19 April 1927. In 2017, over 26 million passengers used the airport, which is connected by 70 airlines with almost 200 destinations in 50 countries. With sales of around € 400 million and earnings of € 57 million, it was one of Germany's six profitable airports in the 2010 financial year. The airport is located directly on the northern outskirts of the state capital, a short distance to...
The commercial airport Lübeck is a regional airport in Schleswig-Holstein. The runway is 2102 meters long. The airport has ICAO category seven fire-fighting, high-performance firing and is equipped with landing direction 25 for ILS CAT I all-weather instrument landing and 07 CAT II landing. An airport fire brigade with ambulance is ready at the airport, as required for airports of this size. The airport is located eight kilometers south of downtown Lübeck.
To reach the airport:
by car: via Bundesautobahn 1 → Bundesautobahn 20 (exit Lübeck-Süd)
by train: to Lübeck central station, then with the regional express 83 direction Lüneburg to the breakpoint Lübeck airport; hourly connections to Lübeck Hbf, Büchen and Lüneburg, every 2 hours direct trips to Kiel (about 300 meters to the terminal)