The BER-Tower at night
The BER-Tower at night

Orien­tation

How to get around BER

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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

Get to know BER

How to reach the airport as well as an overview of the three terminals

Berlin Brandenburg Airport has three terminals. Whilst Terminals 1 and 2 are centrally located between both runways, Terminal 5 is on the northern edge of the airport. Make sure you are aware of how to reach the airport as well as the airport infrastructure before your flight.

Which way is it?

Our guides for you

Signpost in terminal T1
Signpost in terminal T1

Site plans

Our airport maps help you get around BER.

View of terminal T1 from the airside
View of terminal T1 from the airside

Terminals 1/2 & 5

Get an overview of the terminals at BER. T1 and T2 are directly adjacent to each other. T5 cannot be reached from there by foot.

There and back

Front view of the illuminated entrance hall at terminal T1
Front view of the illuminated entrance hall at terminal T1

Arrival & Departure

The terminals at BER can be easily reached either by car or via public transport. Buses and S-Bahn trains travel between Terminals 1, 2 and 5.

Interior view of multi-storey car park P8
Interior view of multi-storey car park P8

Parking

BER has more than 10,000 car parking spaces next to the terminals.

News & Stories

about the BER