Berlin Tegel Airport

Is the main international airport of Berlin, and it is also known as Berlin Tegel “Otto Lilienthal” Airport, with more than 22 million passegers per year, according to the reports from 2018; located in Tegel 8km (5mi) at the northwest from the city centre of Berlin.

Where is the airport located?

This airport is situated in Tegel, at the northern district of Reinickendorf and 8km (5mi) at the northwest of the center of Berlin. It has a special hexagonal feature with a total area of 466 hectares and 15 check-in areas in the building allowing access to approximately more than 22 million passengers per year.

How many terminals does the Airport have?

There are 5 terminals in Tegel Airport, Terminal A/B, the first one with a hexagon shape and no transit zone and a security clearance checkpoint in each gate, and it is the only one with baby care facilities along with showers. Meanwhile Terminal B is a converted waiting area and one walk boarding aircraft stand for it.

Terminal C has more than 10 years’ operating and it was formed as a temporary solution for a lower terminal capacity, however it now handles a transit zone for passengers, and a widebody- aircraft. It has one only level for departures and arrivals.

While Terminal D/E has two different level, one for each terminal. Terminal D it’s the only one part that remains working during all night and it was built in 2001 from a converted car park, and it has an extraordinary observation deck for visitors.

Each terminal offers all kind of services like restaurants, cafés, shops, police and post offices along with exceptional lounges for VIP, Club, Terraces, Senator and Business.

What is the distance from the airport to the center of Tegel Airport?

The exact distance from the Airport to the center of Berlin is 8km (5mi), which is relatively close, and it has a wide variety of options for getting there, the main and best option is a Car Rental, but if you are looking for a cheaper way then taking a Taxi will be the second best option.

The time it takes arriving to the center by taxi is about 20 minutes, and you can find one outside Terminal A, C and E. The cost is approximately €25 or €35 depending on the amount of luggage. There is also rideshare options from Free Now and Uber, and all you need is to download the application to ask for a car service.

Bus transportation is also a high demand service, and you can find them outside Terminal A and B, with a frequency time of 6 to 10 minutes between each service and another; taking 20 to 30 minutes to go from the airport to the center. You may find all information of time schedules at https://www.vbb.de/

Which airline fly to and from Tegel Airport?

  • Air Lingus
  • Aeromexico
  • Air Canada
  • Air China
  • Air France
  • Finnair

There are more airlines, that you can find in https://www.berlin-airport.com/berlin-tegel/txl-airlines

How to get to Tegel Airport?

You may take an Uber or a Taxi, both are two of the best options for a comfortable trip, and also the most expensive, the average cost is of €25 to €35 per trip, but for an Uber option, the price might change according to the amount of luggage it needs to be transport.

Taking a Bus is the most concurred service, because of the economic prices and the time frequency between one route to another. There is the TXL JetExpressBus, X9 JetExpressBus, 128 Bus and 109 Bus. The cost may vary but all of them offered excellent transport conditions.

How much does a taxi cost to and from Tegel Airport?

Traveling by Taxi is the best option and the most comfortable transportation; finding a service outside Terminal A, C and E, and the estimated time to get to the airport is about 20 minutes, with an average cost of €25 to €35 per trip from the airport to the center.

What car rental companies are available at Tegel Airport?

There are 5 different Rental Car Companies at Berlin Tegel airport, there’s Avis Budget, Europcar, Buchbinder rent, Alamo, Sixt and Hertz, all of them with excellent comfort services and fair prices in each rental service.

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