Getting to BER
Getting to BER

Getting here

Fast and convenient to BER

Well connected

by public transport, car and taxi

BER Airport is connected to the rail and road network. Airport Express and regional trains run together four times an hour from station T1-2 to Berlin Central Station. In addition, the S-Bahns S9 and S45 run from T1-2 to Berlin city centre.

If travelling by car, the BER terminals are easy to reach via the A113 and the B96a.

If travelling by car, the BER terminals are easy to reach via the A113 and the B96a.

Overview and directions at BER

Car
Car

Car

You can reach Terminals T1-2 via the A113 and the B96a. Follow the signs.

Car

Parking options

Information regarding parking spaces and car parks at BER

Bus stop A - Terminal 1
Bus stop A - Terminal 1

Public transport

BER Airport is very well connected to public transport links. Which connection is the best one for you?

Taxis await in front of the terminal
Taxis await in front of the terminal

Taxi

Are you in a hurry? The taxi ranks can be found directly in front of Terminal 1. 

Car park with car sharing cars
Car park with car sharing cars

Car sharing

Vehicles from various providers can be found in the car parks at Terminals 1-2.

Car hiring Terminal 5
Car hiring Terminal 5

Car hire

Where can the car hire counters be found? Where can vehicles be picked up or handed back?

Bus-Parking T1
Bus-Parking T1

Intercity, tour and shuttle buses

You can also reach BER conveniently by intercity coaches. The bus stop is just a few minutes' walk from Terminals 1-2.

Bike at BER © Oliver Lang / FBB
Bike at BER © Oliver Lang / FBB

Bicycle

BER Airport can be reached by bike via several routes around the area. 

Airlines at BER

Forgot something on the plane or want to contact your airline about an important matter?