Baggage screening
Baggage screening

Baggage screening

What process does your hold baggage pass through?

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Terminal 1 of Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER will open on 31 October 2020. On 25 October 2020, Schönefeld SXF Airport will become Terminal 5 of BER. Travellers flying to and from Berlin (Schönefeld SXF and Tegel TXL airports) until then should visit www.berlin-airport.de to find out more about their journey.
SXF/TXL

For your safety

hold baggage is checked

Your hold baggage must also be checked before being loaded onto the plane. This takes place automatically after checking in. Your baggage can also be opened in your absence in individual cases. If you have sealed your baggage and it has to be opened, then neither customs, the German Federal Police, the airline or the airport company are liable for any damage that may arise.

Further controls

for passengers and baggage

ID control

Which ID documents do you need?

Security control

What happens at the security control?

Customs check

What should you know about customs checks?

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