Landscape with the airport BER in the background
Landscape with the airport BER in the background

Terminals
T1/2 and 5

Three terminals, two locations

Three terminals at BER

T1, T2, T5

Terminals 1 and 2 are centrally located between both runways. Terminal 5 is located on the northern edge of the airport. All terminals can be very easily reached either by car or via public transport.

Terminal transfer

Use public transport for the transfer between Terminals 1/2 and 5.

Terminal transfer with the S-Bahn train

Plan sufficient time for the transfer between Terminals 1/2 and 5! Both the S9 and S45 S-bahn train lines can be used for the transfer, as well as buses and taxis. The "Flughafen BER - Terminals 1-2” station is located directly beneath T1.  At T5, the walk to “Flughafen BER - Terminal 5” station takes around 10 minutes.

8 min.
Transfer via S-Bahn
9 min.
Transfer by bus
10 min.
Short distance taxi
10 min.
Transfer by car

Terminal 1

Where do I find what?

  • Visitor’s terrace (access via the gallery in the check-in hall)

Download terminal map Terminal 1 Level E4

  • Not accessible for passengers and visitors

  • Non-Schengen departures
  • Food court
  • Lounges, smoker's lounge

Download terminal map Terminal 1 Level E2

  • Check-in
  • Security checks
  • Market place
  • Departures from Schengen states
  • Access to the lounges

Download terminal map Terminal 1 Level E1

  • Arrival gates
  • Baggage claim
  • Arrival hall
  • Bus stops

Download terminal map Terminal 1 Level E0

  • Transfer from Terminal 1 to Airport City

  • "Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2" station
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Things to know
about Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is the centrally located main building at the airport. The "Flughafen BER - Terminals 1-2" railway station is located in the terminal basement. The terminal can be reached by bus, regional trains, S-bahn trains, and car. Several car parks and multi-storey car parks are available.

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Terminal 1 has ten check-in islands with a total of 118 counters. If you have already checked in and are travelling with hand luggage only, go directly to the security checkpoints. T1 offers 36 security checkpoints for departing passengers and five more for transfer passengers.

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Terminal 1 has a wide range of shops, catering and service facilities. At the heart of the terminal is the approximately 9,000 square metre marketplace directly after the security checkpoint.

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Father and son in waiting area of Terminal 1

Discover BER

History meets the spirit of discovery: Learn more about the background of the BER and watch the flying action from our visitor terrace.

Terminal 2

Please note

Due to the effects of the Corona pandemic, Terminal 2 will not be needed for the commissioning of BER. Flights will be handled in Terminals 1 and 5.

Terminal 5

  • E0 check-in, security control
  • E0, E1 departure gates

  • E0 arrival, travel shop, shops, baggage claims
  • E1 check-in, security controls, departures

  • E0 check-in, security controls, departures

  • E0 baggage claims, arrivals

  • E0 security controls

Things to know
about Terminal 5

Terminal 5 is located in the northern part of the airport. By train you can reach the T5 via the station "Flughafen BER - Terminal 5".  The walk between the station and the terminal takes about ten minutes. By car you can reach the parking areas at T5 via the road B96a or the A113 highway, exit "Schönefeld Süd".

More about orientation

 

The T5 has five areas. Check-in takes place in the areas K, L and M departure. You can also arrive at Terminal Area M arrival. If you are travelling with hand baggage only, you can also use the security check in Terminal Area Q.

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Terminal 5 also offers a wide range of shops, catering and service facilities.

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Terminal Rules

Information on your stay in the terminal building, security and order as well as on activities requiring approval is available in the 

Terminal rules

Signpost in Terminal T1
Signpost in Terminal T1

Site plans

Where are the terminals located? How are the terminals structured? Don’t lose sight of things - our airport maps help you get around BER.

Passagierin mit Maske
Passagierin mit Maske

Flying safely under corona conditions

Wearing a mouth and nose protection is obligatory in the terminals.