Fly direct from the UK to Dusseldorf with British Airways and discover one of Germany’s liveliest cities. British Airways offer regular flights to Dusseldorf, helping you find the time and date that suits your travel plans best.
Dusseldorf’s mix of art galleries, old world charm and contemporary cool make it a good choice for an unconventional city break. Whether you’re travelling for business or for pleasure, Dusseldorf airport is also an arrival point for any city in the nearby Ruhr, Germany’s biggest urban area. It is likewise a gateway to the nearby Sauerland, a forest upland so under-populated its been chosen as Germany’s first area to reintroduce European bison.
Flights to Dusseldorf from London Heathrow or London City take only 1 hour 20 minutes. British Airways’ convenient, regular flights to the city mean that taking a city break in Dusseldorf is easier and more attractive than ever.
Flying from London to Dusseldorf with British Airways
When you fly with British Airways, you can choose a departure date that suits you and you’ll enjoy a safe and comfortable journey. Our cabin crew will be happy to help you with anything you need, so you can simply relax. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 48 hours before you fly. You can also buy delicious food from British food favourite M&S, on board all flights from/to London Heathrow and London Gatwick. For your convenience we will only accept payment by credit/debit cards on board, and Executive Club Members can pay with Avios via the British Airways app.
It’s easy to travel the 4½ miles (7 kilometres) from Dusseldorf’s airport to the city centre. Trains on S-Bahn line 7 leave from within the airport to Dusseldorf every half hour and take 30 minutes, while trains to other German destinations are reached from a separate station, connected to the airport by free monorail.
Dusseldorf airport has good shopping and eating options both before and after customs. Sushi and sake at Japanese restaurant Kikaku is particularly good, perhaps due to regular custom from Dusseldorf’s large Japanese community. Once you’ve cleared customs, authentic Rhineland specialities are to be had in the Lorelei Bistro. An excellent range of duty free shopping is available in the departure lounge.