Private and business aircraft at Dusseldorf Airport
The Executive Terminal for handling private and business aircraft on the west side of the airport was opened in June of 2006 . About 12,000 aircraft with 20,000 passengers take off and land per year that are considered part of the "General Aviation" traffic segment. The 800m² terminal, also known as the General Aviation Terminal (GAT ) , includes a security and passport control, an executive lounge, and a small conference centre. A separate pilot's lounge and a briefing room are also part of the facility. Current weather data can be retrieved here, and the flight plan can be submitted. The reception in the bright central hall is manned at all times.
The entire responsibility for the operation lies with the Swiss company Jet Aviation. These includes air traffic control, aircraft cleaning and refuelling, the collection of fees, and access control to the secured area .
Additional information on this topic can be found on the company homepage of Jet Aviation.
Choose the individual alternative and take an air taxi!