Aircraft on the airfield
Aircraft on the airfield


All about your flight and the processes at the airport

From take-off to landing

Be well-informed when travelling

Until further notice, all flights will be handled in Terminal 1. We recommend that departing passengers appear at the correct terminal in good time, at least two hours before their departure; this applies even if travelling only with hand baggage.

All information about your stay at BER at a glance: BER Guide Service


Flying under corona conditions

Passagierin mit Maske
Passagierin mit Maske

Flying safely under corona conditions

What to consider when flying under corona conditions.

The airport company takes the current health situation very seriously and is working closely with the responsible authorities at state and federal level to protect passengers, visitors, employees and partners from infection and to prevent the spread of the virus.


The rules of behaviour under corona conditions are available for download:

Corona rules

All about your flight

Departures and arrivals

In-depth information on flights to and from BER is provided on the Departures and arrivals page.

Aircraft on the apron
Aircraft on the apron

Airlines and destinations

Please note that all flights are currently handled in Terminal 1.

At the airport

Passenger during check-in
Passenger during check-in


You can either check in online, at the counter, or at self-service machines.

Useful information



Baggage and controls

What is allowed as hand baggage? Which controls do you have to expect at the airport?


There are a few things to consider when packing your suitcase.


Here are some tips on how to handle the controls at the airport with ease.

Airport information desk in T1
Airport information desk in T1


Many partners work together at the airport. Here is an initial overview of who is responsible for your query.

News & Stories

about the BER

A walk through the history of aviation

A short recap

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.