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Berlin (TXL, SXF) Airport
BER, currently the metropolitan code for all Berlin airports, will from March 2013 be used for the new Berlin airport, Berlin Brandenburg International (BBI) which will be opened close to the location of the former Schönefeld airport. [More]
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|Airport Name||Berlin (TXL, SXF)|
|Tel.||+49 30 609 11150|
|Address||Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg, 12521 Berlin, Deutschland|
More information about Berlin (TXL, SXF) Airport
The 3 Berlin airports in the capital city of Germany currently serve the capital and neighboring region.
Tegel Airport (TXL), located in the northwest of Berlin is about 4 miles (6 km) west of the inner city border. The buses 109 and 128 provide a service from the metro stations Kurt-Schumacher Platz (U6) or Jakob-Kaiser Platz (U7). The express buses X9 operate from Bahnhof Zoo to Tegel and the TXL bus runs at 10 minute intervals between inner city and airport, only serving very few stops along the way.
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport (SXF) is 15 miles (25 kilometers) south of eastern downtown Berlin and is served by the commuter trains S45 and S9 (S Bahn) and the regional trains RE4, RE5 and RB24. Airport express trains (RE4 and RE5) provide a service every 30 minutes from Bahnhof Zoo to the airport. Transfer to the airport is also possible using the buses 160, 163, 171, 602, 735, 736, 737, 738, N46 and N 60.
Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport, the new Berlin airport will officially open on June 3rd 2012. Centrally located in Europe, the airport will be a convenient departure airport and hub for flights to important European airports including Eastern Europe and long-haul intercontinental flights. Long-haul flights are due to serve Abu Dhabi, Beijing, LA or New York for example.
After Frankfurt and Munich, Berlin Brandenburg airport will be the third largest airport in Germany. The airport will be a hub for Lufthansa, airberlin, Germania and Germanwings as well as being served by a number of low-cost carriers that operate cheap flights from many airports in Europe.
The most modern airport on the European continent carries the name Willy Brandt, the former politician and mayor of Berlin.