Dusseldorf is such an airport as it has two viewing terraces, and two railway stations. Whilst I haven't been there for four years, I am going back early next month. There is a shuttle bus between the two terraces, and the newer one, adjacent to the main line station is near the threshold so you can, I believe, get good taxying and landing shots. These balconies are inexpensive and are open for very long hours.
For photography, there is a village on the opposite side of the airfield which may get a bus, I don't know. The sun will be OK there on a summer evening but the aircraft will probably be far too distant.
The terraces are good for light till mid afternoon, and you may wish to use your cameras sparingly after that.