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Facts and figures

With 33.3 million passengers in 2017, Berlin is the third largest air hub in Germany. There are currently two airports in Berlin: Schönefeld Airport to the south-east of the city and Tegel Airport to the north of the city. In order to create the capacities required for the future, the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt is currently being built. When the new airport opens, all air traffic in Germany’s capital region will be concentrated at Schönefeld. The capital airports at a glance.

Schönefeld Airport

Berlin Schönefeld Airport

Schönefeld is situated in the south-east of Berlin and is in particular frequented by passengers of low-cost airlines. The international IATA code is SXF (ICAO: EDDB). more zum Thema: Berlin Schönefeld Airport

Tegel Airport

Berlin Tegel Airport

Tegel is situated close to the city centre and is distinct with the popular hexagonal ring of departure gates. The international IATA code is TXL (ICAO: EDDT). more zum Thema: Berlin Tegel Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport

The new airport for the capital region Berlin-Brandenburg is not yet in operation. Once running, it will provide two parallel take-off and landing runways. more zum Thema: Berlin Brandenburg Airport