All about architecture, history and your visit at BER
Berlin Brandenburg Airport offers not only direct connections to Germany, Europe and the world, but also a stage for big and small stories about the history and architecture of the new airport.
The opening phase of BER runs from 25th october to 8th november. Here you can find all the stories.
In the night from 24th to 25th October "SXF" became "BER Terminal 5". Here you will find insights from the first day and the inauguration.
On 25.10. the railway station "Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2" is put into operation.
From 25.10. to 8.11.2020 you will find here news and insights around the commissioning of the BER. Daily updated and directly from the airport company.
On 31 October 2020, Terminal 1 of BER will open. One week later, on 7 November, flight operations at Tegel will end. Find out where you are flying from.
Take a journey of discovery at BER and get to know the lesser-known locations alongside the apron
You can find current developments on corona regulations in our news on this topic.
At BER you can follow the flight without a ticket: Our visitors' terrace offers visitors a unique view of the aircraft at BER.
Willy Brandt as "leading figure in the unification process" was committed to peace, democracy and human rights. Learn more about the face behind BER.
Willy Brandt as namesake of the BER
In addition to the straightforward architecture with modern elements, BER has something to offer for enthusiasts: The Magic Carpet invites you to dream.
We show you historical characters of aviation, whether in the cockpit or on the ground. One thing is certain: without them we would not be where we are today.
The pop-up exhibition at the new Capital Airport takes off for a flight through the beginnings of BER and the history of flying in Berlin-Brandenburg.
To the exhibition
Your personal moments at and with BER are collected in our Social Wall. Get inspired.
Digital airport information
Here you will find help if something goes wrong on your journey.
Questions & answers
Measures and restrictions
Delay or cancellation
Hand luggage and baggage
Problems with baggage
Baggage tracing and damage
Your contacts for lost items
Tips for a laid-back control
Transferring at BER
Terminal opening hours
Staying at the airport overnight
Travel with public transport
Where to park?
Parking near the terminals
Around the clock
Airport Information (24/7)
+49 30 609160910
Criticism and compliments
We value your opinion
On site, your central contact points are our airport information in our terminals.
You don't know what to do?
Here you will find support if things don't go as planned on your trip.