Autumn holidays: Dortmund expects record numbers

Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport).
Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport).

Autumn holidays: Dortmund expects record numbers

Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport).
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During the current autumn holidays in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Dortmund Airport is expecting around 144.000 passengers. In a direct comparison with the pre-crisis period, it would be about five percent higher than at that time.

In terms of the offer, there are around 30 percent more destinations to choose from this year. New destinations include Rome. “There is something for everyone in our wide range of flights,” says airport boss Ludger van Bebber. "We are also assuming that we will – as in the summer season – manage the volume of travel in an orderly manner as usual, despite the high number of passengers."

Latest offer: with Wizz Air by non-stop flight to Rome. The Hungarian airline has been offering this connection several times a week since the end of September. Also worth a visit: our neighboring country Poland. There are currently five destinations to choose from from Dortmund Airport: Katowice, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Olsztyn-Mazury and Kraków.

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