Düsseldorf started the new year with a new fee schedule

Passenger boarding bridge at Düsseldorf Airport (Photo: Frank Glander).
Passenger boarding bridge at Düsseldorf Airport (Photo: Frank Glander).

Düsseldorf started the new year with a new fee schedule

Passenger boarding bridge at Düsseldorf Airport (Photo: Frank Glander).
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A new fee schedule has been in effect at Düsseldorf Airport since January 1, 2022. This favors modern aircraft and at the same time is intended to motivate the airline to use the airport during the day.

Fee schedules for German commercial airports must be approved by the authorities and consist of various services that can be used by airport users. The fee to be paid for take-offs and landings is primarily based on the MTOW. Other items that may apply are, for example, parking fees.

“With the approval of our new fee schedule, we were able to implement a very ambitious project. It is the result of an intensive discussion with our airline partners. We have succeeded in finding a transparent, comprehensible regulation that applies equally to all airlines and shows the conditions under which aircraft can be used in Düsseldorf. It is a reliable basis for the further commitment of the airlines at our location ”, says Düsseldorf Airport Director Thomas Schnalke.

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