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Air Berlin DUS to VIE on next flight w/o reservation
I have the schedule for AB and other airlines.
Now the problem.
I will fly to DUS and meet with a business contact.
The meeting may take from 1 hour or more than one day.
If the business take 1 hour what is the procedure and wait time if I go to the AB ticket counter and request a ticket for the next flight to Vienna.
I cannot book a flight before the business meeting because it may not be necessary to go to Vienna.
I have emailed AB the responses do answer the above question. Thanks for any info that you can give me. If anyone has a question about visiting the USA, Chicago, Atlanta or other cities,just ask, I will get the answer promptly
RE: Air Berlin DUS to VIE on next flight w/o reservation
That's what I found on AB's website:
Eine Buchung über das Internet ist bis spätestens zwei Stunden vor Abflug möglich.
Bei Buchungen bis 24.00 Uhr am Tag vor Abflug ist ticketloses Fliegen mit AB-TIX möglich.
Bei kurzfristigen Buchungen ist das Ticket vor dem Abflug am jeweiligen Air Berlin-Schalter unter Vorlage der Buchungsnummer und des Personalausweises/Reisepasses abzuholen.
(You can book online up to 2 h before departure. (...)
In such a case you can pick up your ticket at the AB counter with your booking number and your passport/ID card.)
So I would say after your business meeting just go online wherever possible (WiFi around the main station/airport etc.), book the ticket and if there are still seats on the flight you can get on. Good luck - I have been on AB flighs and they were quite full.
If there is no way to get a seat on the AB flight the same day, consider the CityNightLine night train from Düsseldorf to Vienna. There are usually enough beds in the more expensive categories.
Travel Tips for Düsseldorf
Ale, Bert ? (Anagram)
The answer is of course 'Alt Beer', the speciality of Dusseldorf.
This fine brew can be sampled in may places, but one of the four brewpubs (or indeed all four) would be a good place to start.
The sterotype (at least in the UK) of of beer being served in Germany is mainly derived from Munich, where lusty young Frauleins with enormous jugs (of Beer) serve battalions of men in smoke filled bier-kellars or in leafy gardens.
Things are a bit different in Dusseldorf. Mainly male waiters in smart, almost miltary uniforms, dispense the beautiful nectar into small tall glasses rather than almighty steins. The beermat is then marked with a precise tick. At the end of you session of drinking, you simply present your beermat and recieve your bill !
All wonderfully Germanic, but I can't see it catching on in Swansea or Doncaster....
Düsseldorf is a shopping paradise, and has plenty of shops, department stores and huge malls, like Sevens on Konigs Allee. I went there to buy just a small lead to attach my digital camera to my laptop, but I ended up taking lunch, and browsing around the shops. The prices were so good that I almost splashed out on a completely new camera. It took some serious rationalising to get me out of there without a substantially lighter wallet. The Sevens shopping centre is, not surprisingly, seven stories of shopping, with the top three floors devoted to the German electronics and media store "Saturn" (which my German friend pronounced, with complete innocence, "Satan"). The Saturn store has just about everything you could ever possibly want to buy in terms of electrical consumer goods, and I got lost in the maze of flashy merchandise. Downstairs in the basement is an excellent and reasonably priced food hall. Walking out onto Konigsallee from Steinstrasse, take a left, and then you will shortly find Sevens on your left.
Balkan Bar Foor
One of the few places within walking distance of the hotel where I was staying (recommended by the proprietor), and a great find. It’s a small local bar/restaurant, with Balkan specialties, and wow was the food good. Decent prices for huge portions. The atmosphere was more bar than restaurant, but not in a bad way.
US star architect Frank O. Gehry designed these amazing modern offices - in three different materials platinum, bricks and white, all at differnet angles. I really like the platinum one of course for the reflections ;-0...it really left me gawping at them.
This century old masterpiece may have been destroyed during WWII but its re-creation must be the city's crowning achievement. With lots of adjoining rooms and one indoor area that resembles a beer garden this place oozes tradition and one can't help feel a part of another era just sitting here watching the waiters bustle by. The world renowned alt bier is is dispensed from wooden casks with brass taps on display in the main pub of the sprawling complex. If there is one thing you cannot miss in Düsseldorf, this is it
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Address: Eller Str 110, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40227, Germany