Dusseldorf Airport Trains
As compared to rest of Europe, in Germany traveling through trains is very cheap. The services of mainline, regional and metro line trains are available for passengers departing or arriving at the Dusseldorf Airport. The cities like Wuppertal, Aachen and Cologne are accessible with the help of regular train services. The intercity ICE trains take around four hours while traveling to Berlin and for Munich its takes less than six hours. From Amsterdam, Brussels or London, getting to the by Train at Dusseldorf Airport has been made possible by the international train services.
The terminal is directly linked with the Dusseldorf Airport Train Station through SkyTrain Cabin Railway. Getting to by Train at Dusseldorf Airport is very comfortable and quick via SkyTrain. From the terminal to the Dusseldorf Airport Train station, the SkyTrain commutes daily from 3:45am to 12:45am with regular intervals of 3 to 7 minutes. From the train station, The Skytrain stops at the P4/5 car parking and further travels to the terminal. It returns back to the train station through same route. Upon arrival at the train station the passengers can use the stairs, lifts or moving walkway in order to reach the Skytrain station.
Both over ground and underground train services operated to and from the Dusseldorf Airport. After every 20 minutes the S-Bahn line 7 departs from Dusseldorf Airport train station to central Dusseldorf. Once in two hours the IC Train leaves for Hamburg-Altona, trains take 2.5 hours in getting to Amsterdam and for Frankfurt the trains leave on hourly basis.
Instead of traveling to the city centre, the passengers can board the high speed trains from the Dusseldorf Airport Train Station for long distance journeys to Paris, Munich, Amsterdam and Salzburg. On all platforms of the train station, the frequently updated train time tables are displayed.