Düsseldorf Airport with a clear announcement – travelers have to do without it
At the Dusseldorf Airport there is still a lot going on. After all, it’s vacation time and many people want to take their well-deserved vacation.
But just relaxed and quiet on the plane Dusseldorf Airport flying on vacation is currently rather less possible. The rush is great – and so travelers have to make some compromises.
Düsseldorf Airport: THAT will no longer exist for the time being
During the corona pandemic, many airport employees were laid off or looked for other jobs – so there is currently a high rush and few staff.
As a result, passengers not only have to put up with long waiting times, but also have to do without some things, as Düsseldorf Airport announced on Twitter.
Düsseldorf Airport: No priority lanes for passengers
“Hey, do you currently have a fast lane open?” A Twitter user wants to know from the airport – but the passenger is disappointed. “The Europe-wide shortage of personnel in air traffic continues to result in longer waiting times for passenger handling, especially at peak times. Against this background, the priority lanes are currently closed for a smoother handling process,” says the airport.
This is Dusseldorf Airport:
- Opened April 19, 1927
- With around 25 million passengers, “Düsseldorf Airport” (DUS) is one of the top 3 busiest airports in Germany (after Frankfurt am Main and Munich)
- 77 airlines connect it to over 200 destinations in around 55 countries
- most important airport in NRW
- has the highest tower in Germany with a height of 87 meters
The priority lane shortens the waiting time. It enables preferential access to the security check. You can go straight to security without having to wait in the usual queue. But you can’t avoid it at Düsseldorf Airport at the moment.
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