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Get to know Berlin Brandenburg (BER)
Berlin Brandenburg Airport "Willy Brandt" is an international airport in Schönefeld, and it is adjacent to Berlin Schönefeld Airport. The airport is named after Nobel Peace Laureate Willy Brandt, and there are three terminals. Terminal 1,2, and 5. Between terminals, you can use public transport. But don't forget to plan sufficient time. It might take around 15 minutes to get between terminals. If you are traveling by car, you can choose from more than 10,000 parking spaces. If you book your spot online, you can save and get a reasonable price. Berlin Airport offers a wide range of shops, food, and services at the terminals. In the public area, there is a flower shop, pharmacy, and supermarket.
|Airport location||Berlin Airport is located in Schönefeld in South Berlin, Germany.|
|Latitude & longitude||52.3666667, 13.5033333|
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Terminals at Berlin Brandenburg airport
Terminal 1 is the main terminal At Berlin Airport. It also has Terminal 2 and Terminal 5.
Terminal 1 is the main terminal at BER airport.
Terminal 2 is the newest terminal and construction finished in October 2020.
Another terminal at BER airport is Terminal 5 and it is the former terminal of the old Berlin Schönefeld Airport. It is mainly used by low-cost airlines.
Getting from Berlin Brandenburg airport to the city center
You can take a taxi, bus, or train from Berlin Brandenburg airport to get to the city center. If you want to save time, we highly recommend using the train.
|Option||Price||Avg. journey time||Availability|
Small cars start at £68 for online bookings.
You can check this online with the car hire companies.
30 minutes from Terminal 1 to Berlin Hauptbahnhof with Airport Express.
From 4am to 11pm
6 minutes to Rudow station. 30 minutes to Steglitz town hall.
How to get from Berlin Brandenburg airport to the city center by car
Take the A113 motorway.
How to get from Berlin Brandenburg airport to the city center by train
Berlin Airport is connected to a rail network. You can use Airport Expres trains which leave four times per hour from the station under Terminal 1 to Berlin Central Station or S9 and S45 S-bahn trains travel from T1/T2 and T5 into Berlin city center.
How to get from Berlin Brandenburg airport to the city center by bus
Express buses are going frequently to the city center, but they finish at Rudow or Steglitz town hall stations. For the rest of your journey, you need to change to another type of public transport.
How to get from Berlin Brandenburg airport to the city center by taxi
At Berlin Brandenburg Airport, the taxi rank for Terminals 1 & 2 is at north and south in front of T1 on Level E0. If you arrive at Terminal 5, you can use taxi ranks in front of terminal area L.
Frequently asked questions
It's always better to be prepared. Read the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Berlin Airport.
There are 3 main airports in Berlin. Tegel (IATA code TXL) Shönefeld (IATA code SXF) and Berlin Brandenburg (IATA code BER)
The BER airport will replace mostly the Schönefeld airport and become the biggest airport in Berlin.
The closest airport is Berlin Tegel, around 12 km from the center. Schönefeld and Berlin Brandenburg airports are almost the same distance. Around 23 - 28 km from the city.
Berlin Brandenburg is a busy airport, but now there are also Schönefeld and Tegel airports. The plan is for Berlin Brandenburg Airport to replace both of these airports and become the third-busiest airport in Germany, with around 35 million travelers annually.
The new airport covers 1,470 hectares, which is equal to approximately 2,000 football pitches.
For now the exact number is not available because passengers are divided into all Berlin's airports, but they plan to grow the capacity to up to 35 million travelers per year.