Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH is expecting an increased volume of traffic during the autumn vacation. A good 900,000 passengers are expected to use the BER airport between the last day at school, October 8th 2021, and the last day before school recommences, October 24th 2021. It is expected to be particularly busy on the holiday weekends, peaking on Fridays and Sundays. On these two days, the passenger figures will be between 60,000 and 65,000. The day with the largest volume of traffic, due to the commencement of the holidays, will be Friday, October 8th 2021, on which a good 65,000 passengers are expected at the BER.
As not all routes are as yet being served with the same degree of frequency, city destinations with transfer airports such as Frankfurt, Amsterdam und Zurich are in high demand alongside Spain, Turkey and Greece.
During the autumn vacation, airline companies are offering an extensive mix of flights from the BER to European cities and in particular to popular holiday destinations. Thus, since the beginning of October, it has once again been possible to fly non-stop to Dubai from the BER. The route to the United Arab Emirates is being served by the Latvian airline SmartLynx Airlines, initially twice weekly in cooperation with the package tour operator FTI Touristik. Eurowings, in addition to Majorca, Split, Dubrovnik, Tenerife, La Palma and Lanzarote, is now, coinciding with the beginning of the vacation season, also underway to Fuerteventura. The airline has also increased its domestic German routes by up to five frequencies a week in each case. Ryanair is flying particularly often and, in some cases at higher frequencies, to destinations in Portugal and Spain (Canary Islands and the mainland) as well as to numerous city destinations. easyJet is offering additional flights to popular holiday destinations in Spain such as Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Palma de Majorca or Tenerife as well as Paphos on Cyprus and Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt. City destinations such as Paris (Charles de Gaulle Airport) or Edinburgh are also being flown to more frequently.
The luggage reclaim processes after the flight has landed may also, in part, take longer.
As of now, passengers at BER can check-in autonomously, print out their luggage label and drop the luggage themselves on the luggage conveyor belt. Many airlines, among them easyJet, the Lufthansa-Group, Eurowings, airbaltic and Norwegian already offer their passengers this service fully or partially.
The employees of our passenger information service are willing to help at any time on the spot and may be contacted by telephone at the local rate on +49 30 6091 6091 0. Passengers may also obtain service information and further travel information from www.twitter.com/berlinairport, as well as from www.berlin-airport.de and the Berlin Airport App.
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