Berlin’s Airports

Tegel Airport

Tegel Airport is only a short journey from the centre of Berlin and is very well connected to the capital. After being picked up by your Airport Transfer Berlin driver, your journey time to the city centre should be around 25 minutes or around 30 minutes to Potsdam.

Tegal Airport is the main airport in Berlin and the fourth biggest in all of Germany, it consists of 5 different Terminals: Terminal A, B, C, D and E. However, these Terminals are very small and would better be described as boarding halls.

The airport is based in the Reinickendorf, 8km outside of Berlin.

Schönefeld Airport

Schönefeld Airport is a short car journey away from Berlin’s city centre. The journey will usually take around 30 minutes, or one hour to Potsdam. Your Airport Transfer Berlin driver will be waiting for you in the arrivals hall to take you wherever you need to go.

Schönefeld Airport is smaller than Tegel Airport, but is home to both the airlines Easy Jet and Condor. There are four Terminals in the airport; Terminal A, B, C and D. These are not big terminals like you may find in other international airports, they are all connected and within walking distance of each other.

Schönefeld Airport is located 18km outside of the capital in the town with the same name.

Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport

Originally planned to be open in 2010, the Berlin Brandenburg Airport is still a work in progress, and no definite opening date has been set.

When the airport does finally open its doors, it will become the main airport for the city of Berlin and the Tegel Airport will close as a result.

We will keep you posted when we know more.