BER Airport Information
Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport is located in south-east Berlin and has BER as an IATA code. BER concentrates all air traffic in the Berlin-Brandenburg capital region at one location.
BER’s Terminal 1 was commissioned on 31 October 2020. Terminal 2 opened on 24 March 2022.
BER is the third largest airport in Germany. In 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic, some 35.65 million passengers took off and landed in the capital region. In 2022, 19.85 million passengers passed through BER.
The biggest airline operating from BER is easyJet, which offers around 70 connections.
Ryanair, the second-largest airline in the region, has been flying to Berlin since 2003 and flies around 50 routes from here.
All of the Lufthansa Group airlines (Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian, Brussels and Eurowings) also fly to BER Terminal 1 and connect their networks to Berlin through these feeder flights.