Dortmund Airport Passenger Reviews and Dortmund Airport Traveller Reports
Dortmund Airport customer review : 16 August 2014 by Eelco van den Heuvel (The Netherlands)|
Rating : 8/10
Small and easy to reach and navigate. Lots of parking space, which is reasonably priced. Food and drink
opportunities mediocre, especially airside. Paying one euro for the shuttlebus to the parking lots is ridiculous.
Time consuming when everybody has to purchase a ticket on a full bus. Paying for Internet (€3/hour) is a rip-off,
since most airports offer free wifi. But all in all a good airport.
Dortmund Airport customer review : 8 July 2013 by H Oberbeckmann (Germany)|
Rating : 8/10
Small airport with short ways. Sometimes there can be queues. but there's everything you need, restaurants, cafe,
enough check-in desks, visitors terrace for free and several travel agencies. The airport shuttles from the next
train stations could be cheaper or free.
Dortmund Airport by Karl Riedl
25 March 2008 Customer Rating :
Small and nice airport located close to Dortmund. However if like short ways and fast service this
airport will convince you.
Dortmund Airport by P Adams
5 May 2007 Customer Rating :
Great airport, I hope too many other travellers don't discover it for a
while. Have used DTM a few times in the last year and it's quick and
easy to use for both arrivals and departures. Security is very quick
with lots of staff on hand, and although airside facilities are a little
limited, it's not an issue as you don't need to spend much time there.
Arriving is a breeze, I'm always off the plane and leaving with my
luggage within 10-15 mins. If only other airports were as efficient and
pleasant to use.
Dortmund Airport by Rolf Heelas
26 March 2007 Customer Rating : n/a
As mentioned below a functional regional airport. appears very new.
compared to UK airports underused. Fairly quick passport control and
luggage already out on the belt meaning out of the airport in less than
15 minutes after getting off the plane. Flying out, found the viewing
deck (found by chance) was good apart from the lack of aircraft flying
to view! Airside there is not much, and what is there is hidden, if you
turn left after security go to the end of hall and turn left there is a
bar/cafe area and duty free place. If your turn right at security for
easyjet flights there is a tiny dutyfree shop and further along past
passport checks a tiny stand selling coffee and drinks. All in all a
good functional airport.
Dortmund Airport by M Talbot
9 January 2007
Nice small to medium sized airport serving low cost airlines. Travelled
through Dortmund airport while on route from England to Poland over
Christmas and New Year. Arrived with Easyjet and had to check in for a
Wizzair flight. 2 Hours difference between arrivals and departure times.
Arrived, cleared passport control, picked up luggage, checked in for
next flight, cleared security and was at departure gate all inside of 40
minutes! Fantastic. Return through Dortmund was just as pleasant.
Facilities are good enough for short stays and there is a nice quiet
cafe on the arrivals floor. Not bad at all.
Dortmund Airport by C Hesse
3 January 2006
Decent airport serving as one of Easyjet's German hubs as mentioned before. In addition, services to
most major hubs and cities on offer. Strong in Polish flights with several cities direct on offer.
Terminal facilities adequate, terminal modern and appropriate for current passenger figures. Future
may require terminal expansion.
Dortmund Airport by Mark Evans
20 September 2004
DTM is now gaining a higher profile as easyJet's northern
German hub. DTM can be compared directly with easyJet's UK counterpart - Luton (LTN). Both can be
described as "engineers' airports". There is an absence of architectural flourishes and each is
strictly functional. DTM in fact does a good job at present, although pressure points may build up
as traffic levels increase e.g. at the airside bar area.
The Dortmund Flughaven website omits any mention of public transport connections to the city. There
are two options. A dedicated express bus service to the Hauptbahnhof costs EUR5 one-way and takes
some 20-25 minutes. It is generally an hourly service, although there is a two-hour gap between
15.30 and 17.30 on the return Hauptbahnhof-Flughaven timetable.
An alternative way is to take the free shuttle bus to the nearby Holzwickede DB station, from where
there is a circuitous twice-hourly service to Hauptbahnof. The one-way fare is EUR 1.80. End-to-end
journey time is around 25-30 minutes.
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