The main features of German airports

Germany is known as one of the wealthiest nations and one of the major economic powers in the world. Occupying the leading positions in so many industries, Germany needs to trade effectively not only with its neighboring countries from the European Union but also with the states from all over the world. This is why Germany has developed an up-to-date transport infrastructure with a huge emphasis on air transport that directly connects Germans with other nations. Moreover, as the country is located in the very heart of the European Union, there can be no doubts that some German airports serve as the aviation hubs for many globally recognized airlines.

While an utmost punctuality and pedantry are considered one of the core features of the German mentality, local airports create the feeling as if they are able to handle the chaos produced by thousands of tourists walking fast in different directions. Even in the country’s busiest airports, everything seems to flow according to a strict schedule. For example, Frankfurt airport arrivals and departures are always ideally planned despite the fact that it handles almost 70 million passengers annually, and surely some flights can be delayed due to bad weather conditions or some technical issues. However, the disciplined staff manages all the potential flight changes with outstanding preciseness leaving no space for panic or chaos.

Germany’s largest airport and their online board

Frankfurt airport is considered one of the world’s busiest airports, so there can be no wonder that it’s the largest airport in Germany too. In addition to the information about an enormous number of passengers, this airport also hosted more than 512,000 flights and almost 2,214,000 tons of cargo in 2018. By the way, this airport is the hub for the country’s largest airline Lufthansa that operates flights to 80+ countries across the globe. The airport’s online board can be found not only on its official website but only with the help of flight-tracking services.

Munich airport is the second largest airport in Germany with more than 46.3 million passengers in 2018. It covers 1,575 ha of land area to provide space for thousands of passengers attending its two major terminals on a daily basis. It is also famous for the Munich Airport Center that connects two terminals and serves as a huge shopping and recreation area. By the way, Lufthansa made a serious contribution to the Terminal 2 construction, as this airline is extremely interested in controlling the main airport of Bavaria. The arrivals and departure desk can be easily found online.

Düsseldorf Airport occupies the third position by passenger traffic. This airport is very close to reaching 25 million of passengers annually. It is necessary to point that it is located in the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region, which is the largest metropolitan region not in the country and one of the largest worldwide. The city has very beneficial geographical location situated not from Netherlands, France, Belgium, the UK, and Scandinavia, so its airport has a huge flow of passengers who can easily find its departures and arrivals on the Web.

The fourth largest airport in Germany is located in its capital Berlin. Berlin Tegel Airport had more than 22 million passengers in 2018 and this number is expected to grow further. Berlin is a popular destination for tourists and business persons from all over the world, so its main airport looks really colossal and clean to make the first positive impression on the country’s visitors. Passengers can also quickly find its flight schedule on the Internet.