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Daily Car Hire Rates in Weeze Airport

  • Mini

    Hyundai i10
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    From € 15.59
  • Economy

    Hyundai i20
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    From € 18.62
  • Compact

    Hyundai i30
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    From € 21.25
  • Estate

    Hyundai i30 Estate
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    From € 22.92
  • Standard

    Ford C-Max
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    From € 26.38

*daily rates in Weeze Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Customer questions about Weeze Airport car hire

Hey, is "Inclusive" meaning I'll have no additional expenses at the counter when I arrive, meaning no excess

Hello, there is an excess deposit to pay on arrival, this ranges from 250-1,000 EUR and depends on the rental agent. If you wish for zero excess, the rental agent offer a top up insurance policy for around 20-25 EUR per day.

Weeze Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • The airport is also called Niederrhein Airport.
  • It uses the site of a former British RAF base and only began operating in the 1990s.
  • The airport is on the border with the Netherlands.
  • It’s one of Europe’s fastest growing airports with around three million passengers last year.
  • The airport serves the nearby Dutch cities of Eindhoven and Maastricht better than the German city of Dusseldorf which is some distance away.

Dusseldorf Weeze Airport Mini Guide

Can you Recommend a Stay in Dusseldorf?
Dusseldorf is an exciting city but also commercially, one of Germany’s busiest. It is found on the River Rhine and plays a big part in celebrations for the Rhenish Carnival each year hosting one of Europe’s most popular fairs which nearly nine million people attend. The city is the centre of Germany’s fashion industry and leading from that it’s a major shopping area for Germans. Young people love Dusseldorf because of its vibrant nightlife and club scene whilst overall the city is ranked in the top ten places to live for quality of life.

Dusseldorf City

How do I get to Dusseldorf?
Dusseldorf is accessible by three airports, Dusseldorf International, the closest, followed by Koln Bonn Airport an hour away and finally, the city’s airport for budget carriers, Weeze Airport. Many flights arrive there each day from Europe and Turkey including several from Ryanair including routes from the UK. Whilst by car the airport is ninety minutes from Dusseldorf, there is quicker access between the airport and city using the Deutsch Bahn train. You may find it preferable to take the train to Dusseldorf and hire one of our cars from there, especially if you are unfamiliar with the roads or arriving at night. A shuttle bus takes you from the airport to the nearest station for the trip. Car hire is another good option as it allows for independent exploration of the region during your stay.

What is the Airport Like?
The airport was converted from a former RAF base in Germany and is one of Europe’s fastest growing airports with nearly two million people using it in 2017. It has undergone several upgrades since its inception and is a modern and functional airport with a single terminal building.

Dusseldorf Weeze Airport

What Should I do When I Arrive at Weeze?
You will need to descend steps to get off the aircraft at Weeze as there are no jet bridges, so if you have mobility issues, let your airline know well in advance so assistance can be provided. Once in the terminal building you may find queues for passport control at peak times before entering the baggage reclaim area. After retrieving your luggage you’ll enter the arrivals hall and can find the passenger help desk ahead of you. The staff there can answer any airport related questions for you.

Car rental is available and the desks are easy to find against the walls of the arrivals hall. Once you’ve completed the paperwork, you’ll find the cars parked right outside the terminal doors. There too, you'll find the shuttle bus for access to the train to Dusseldorf stops every 30 minutes. For instant cash there’s a cash machine in the arrivals hall for your convenience.

What are the Airport’s Facilities Like for Departing Passengers?
Whilst limited, there is enough to keep you occupied as you wait for your return flight, especially as it often takes some while to get checked in and through security at peak times. The airport has a duty free shop which sells other travel essentials too and a pleasant little restaurant on the top floor called Panorama which serves good food in a setting that’s great for plane spotting.

Latest Update from Weeze Airport:

06/05/12 - Weeze Airport continues to grow rapidly and this summer Ryanair are laying on more routes to the airport from locations including Bilbao, Budapest and Menorca.Some of these routes will operate all year round whilst others will be seasonal.

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