Airports

The new “Willy Brandt Berlin Brandenburg airport “(IATA code BER) connects Berlin to all central transport corridors in Europe.

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Berlin’s airport BER are both very well connected to the city centre of Berlin and the surrounding area. Get more information about arriving and departing by bus, train or …

Departures / Arrivals

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Which terminal will my flight depart from?

The new BER airport will have three terminals at two locations. For the time being, the airlines at BER will be distributed among the three terminals 1, 2 and 5. While the two terminals 1 and 2 are directly adjacent, Terminal 5 is not accessible on foot. Terminal 5 is located on the site of the old Schönefeld Airport and connected to the other terminals via S-Bahn lines S9 and S45.

Please find out which terminal your flight will depart from in advance.

Terminals 1 and 2:

With eight levels and a glass façade, Terminal 1 is the largest terminal at BER. Designed as a midfield terminal, it is located between two runways and towers above adjacent buildings such as hotels and multi-storey car parks. Here you will find ten check-in islands with a total of …

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Berlin is served by two commercial airports. Tegel Airport (TXL) is the largest and located within Berlin, while smaller Schönefeld Airport (SXF) is situated just outside of Berlin, to the south-east. Combined, they handled 22,3 million passengers in 2010. In 2011, 88 airlines served 164 destinations in 54 countries from Berlin airports, with 28 non-European connections.[20] Tegel Airport is scheduled to close in 2013 and Schönefeld Airport will be expanded and renamed Berlin Brandenburg Airport, handling all commercial flights to and from Berlin.
A third, Tempelhof Airport, formerly handled short distance and commuter flights. It was closed at the end of October 2008.