Dortmund airport selects as a self-connect service provider 


Dortmund Airport may not be a classic ‘hub’ airport with an airline base, but there are always passengers who travel through Dortmund changing trains and taking connecting flights. From this month, travelling through Dortmund Airport has become even easier and more convenient because the Ruhr area airport is now an official partner of with a fully operating Smart Pass transfer service*. 

Online travel-tech company connects more than 800 carriers and covers more than 95% of travel content worldwide. The vast database of direct and virtually interlined flights allows passengers travelling through Dortmund to create unique itineraries and get from any A to any B, worldwide, and easily transfer through Dortmund Airport using the Fast Lane.

Passengers who book their trip on and transfer at Dortmund Airport receive special additional services with their reservation. Firstly, the online booking platform offers passengers a guarantee for the selected connection. In addition, passengers can use the Fast Lane in front of the security checkpoint in Dortmund Airport. This reduces the required transfer time and thus increases the number of possible connections.

Patrick Zeuner, Head of Airport Partnerships said, “We’re glad to see that more and more airports, including Dortmund Airport, recognise the increasing number of travellers that prefer self-connecting itineraries as they bring them more choice. Our Smart Pass service helps those travellers by providing an efficient connection service, and helps the airports to get back to pre-pandemic numbers through growth in passenger traffic.”

The main advantage for our passengers is that combines different airlines into one itinerary, through Dortmund, and it can be booked in just one step. Then at Dortmund Airport, the passengers can profit from effective connections and short distances. That works nicely together,” added Guido Miletic, General Manager Airport-Services, Marketing & Sales at Dortmund Airport.


14 September 2021


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