Schönefeld airport

Schönefeld Airport served as the main airport of East Germany from 1945 until the fall of the Wall with connections to the Eastern Bloc. In the 20 years after Die Wende, it rapidly developed into an up-and-coming airport for low-cost airlines. In 2011, the airport handled more than seven million passengers.
Published at 27.04.2012

Bird's-eye view

A bird's-eye view of Schönefeld Airport. After the fall of the Wall, the former airport of the GDR government rapidly developed into a hub for low-cost airlines.


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© Günter Wicker / Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH

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