Between the opening of T1 and the closure of Tegel, the airlines will move to Berlin Brandenburg Airport in three steps; either to Terminal 1 or to Terminal 5. Furthermore, airlines will also move from T5 ( former SXF) to T1. Find out which airport and terminal you are flying from or arriving at.
Find out from which BER terminal your flight departs.
25 October: Schönefeld becomes BER Terminal 5
The start of BER commissioning is marked by the renaming of Schönefeld Airport. Already on 25 October, with the change to the winter flight schedule, it will become BER Terminal 5. There will be no airline moves on this day.
31 October: Opening BER Terminal 1 with first arrivals
At Terminal 1 of Berlin Brandenburg Airport, Lufthansa and easyJet will be landing initially in the afternoon with special flights. In the evening, regular air traffic will begin and the evening easyJet arrivals will no longer arrive in Tegel but at Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Terminal 1 will then be put into operation and will open at 8 p.m. according to the flight schedule.
Airlines will not yet be departing from T1 on 31 October 2020.
For travellers who have parked their car at Tegel airport and land at BER, there will be a shuttle bus service from BER T1 to TXL every hour (8-24 hrs) in the evening of 31 October and then every hour from 1 to 15 November (8-24 hrs).
1 November: First departures from Terminal 1
On 1 November 2020, easyJet will be the first airline to fly from BER Terminal 1. Also from this day on, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines will no longer be flying from Tegel, but from BER.
4 November: Further airlines move to BER
From 4 November, Eurowings and Vueling will no longer fly from Tegel but from BER Terminal 1. The first Eurowings flights will land at BER T1 the evening before.
Ryanair, SunExpress and Sundair are also moving from Tegel to BER Terminal 5, and Belavia, Georgian Airways, Egyptair and Norwegian are moving from Terminal 5 to Terminal 1.
7-8 November: Last airlines move to BER
The last commercial scheduled flights at Tegel will take place on 7 November. The first Lufthansa flights will land at BER T1 in the evening. With the third and last wave of relocations, the following airlines will also be taking off from Terminal 1 at BER from 8 November: Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, airBaltic, Air France, Air Malta, Air Serbia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Danish Air Transport, Finnair, Iberia Express, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Luxair, SAS, Swiss, TAP Portugal.