Review: Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf Airport

Visited March 2017

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf

Where is it?

The Hugo Junkers Lounge is located airside in the transit hall of terminal B. The entrance is on the first floor, to the left after the security control, and can be reached using the lift or the stairs. There are plenty of signs in the transit hall.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Plenty of signs in the transit hall

Passengers travelling from terminal A, the terminal used by Lufthansa and Star Alliance, can also visit the lounge by using the connecting corridor between terminal A and terminal B. There are plenty of signs to follow. However it can take up to ten minutes to reach the lounge and a similar amount of time to reach the gate after the visit.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
The entrance to the lounge

How do I get in?

The lounge is used by most airlines operating at Düsseldorf airport with the exception of Lufthansa, Star Alliance and Lufthansa partners. Virtually all airlines part of Skyteam and OneWorld use the Hugo Junkers Lounge for their premium passengers and top frequent flyers, although there is also a lounge in terminal C used for some longhaul flights.

It is also possible to access the lounge using for example Priority Pass and to pay for entry.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Airlines using the lounge

What’s it like?

The lounge is fairly dark with the interior mostly in dark brown and black, however at the same time it is actually a rather stylish lounge. It has a unique mix of some modern design elements combined with the original terminal design from the 70’s.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Inside the lounge

It is not the largest of lounges and being the main third-party lounge at a fairly large airport like Düsseldorf and used by a fair number of airlines means it can be pretty crowded during rush hour.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Seating aras

There is a good apron view through the windows overlooking the aprons at terminal B and terminal C and parts of the runways.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Apron view

Food and drinks

A large self-service buffet is located in the corner on the opposite side of the lounge from the entrance and reception area.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
The self-service buffet area

The selection of food and snacks varies depending on time of the day with breakfast items in the morning such as yoghurt, bread rolls and croissants. Later during the day a hot and cold buffet is offered with sandwiches, vegetables and 2-3 hot items such as chicken skewers or vegetarian meatballs.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Food for self service

The drinks selection includes beer and wine, a standard selection of spirits, non-alcoholic drinks, tea and a coffee machine.

Hugo Junkers Lounge, Düsseldorf
Drinks for self service


Free wireless internet is available and there are newspapers and magazines in the reception area. There are also several TVs in the lounge

Restrooms are located inside the lounge and there are also showers available.

Final impression

The lounge is not bad for a third-party lounge. There is some hot food and a reasonable drinks selection, a stylish interior and a good apron view. But the lounge can be fairly crowded during peak hours.

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My interest in premium travels and frequent travels started in the 90’s, so to date I have over 20 years of premium travel experience. will mostly be about my own experiences, based on my own knowledge and my travel history, but you will also find news items, analyses, tips and tricks and reports from events.

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