Around 1.2 million passengers are expected at BER during the autumn holidays in Berlin and Brandenburg between 20 October and 5 November 2023. This is around 100,000 more passengers than in the 2022 autumn holidays. The busiest day of travel is expected to be 20 October with around 90,000 passengers. A total of 79 airlines fly to 144 destinations in 50 countries.
Passengers can choose from popular european holiday and city destinations as well as exciting long-haul connections from BER during the autumn holidays. The most sought-after destinations within Europe are Spain, Turkey and Italy. Amsterdam, Paris, Zurich and Vienna top the list of most popular city destinations.
Starting on 30 October 2023, the airline Eurowings will be flying from BER to Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates on the Persian Gulf. The route will be served non-stop four times a week – every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Arrival by train: The journey to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 is identical. The train station is located directly under Terminal 1.
Parking: In the short-term parking zone "Kiss & Fly" directly in front of the terminal entrance, stopping to get in and out of the car is free of charge for ten minutes. You will find further parking facilities in the Airport City. They can be used for both terminals and reserved online in advance.
The staff at the airport information desk can help on site and by telephone at the local rate at +49 30 6091 6091 0.
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