Flights to and from Berlin

About Berlin

Berlin, the capital of Germany, is a vibrant and dynamic city known for its rich history, cultural diversity, and thriving arts scene. From iconic landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and Berlin Wall to world-class museums and galleries, there's no shortage of things to see and do in this bustling metropolis.

Visitors to Berlin can explore its eclectic neighborhoods, each with its own unique charm and character, sample delicious cuisine from around the world, and experience the city's legendary nightlife.

Berlin is also a major transportation hub, with two international airports—Tegel Airport (TXL) and Schönefeld Airport (SXF)—serving millions of passengers each year.


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Airlines Serving Berlin

Berlin is served by several airlines, offering both domestic and international flights. Some of the airlines serving Berlin include:

Berlin Airports

Berlin is served by two main airports:

  • Tegel Airport (TXL): Located in the northwest of Berlin, Tegel Airport is the main international airport serving the city until its closure in 2020.
  • Schönefeld Airport (SXF): Located southeast of Berlin, Schönefeld Airport primarily served low-cost carriers and charter flights. It has since been integrated into the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER).


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Transportation in Berlin

Getting around Berlin is easy thanks to its efficient public transportation system, which includes buses, trams, trains, and the U-Bahn (subway) and S-Bahn (urban rail) networks.

Visitors can purchase single tickets or day passes for unlimited travel within certain zones. Alternatively, the Berlin WelcomeCard offers unlimited travel on public transport as well as discounts on attractions and activities.

Berlin is also known for its extensive network of bike lanes, making cycling a popular and eco-friendly way to explore the city.

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Best Day to Book Flights to Berlin

To find the best deals on flights to Berlin, it's advisable to book your tickets on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Booking mid-week can often result in lower prices as airlines adjust their fares to fill remaining seats. Additionally, booking your flight at least 2-3 months in advance can help you secure better rates. Monitoring airfare trends and setting up price alerts can also aid in finding the most affordable options for your trip to Berlin.

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