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52 destinations 31 countries

25.06.2020

The number of holiday destinations on offer has increased significantly at the start of the summer holidays in Berlin and Brandenburg. With 52 destinations in 31 countries, Berlin’s flight schedule once again offers a broad selection of flights that are attractive to business travellers, holidaymakers as well as the capital region’s many international communities. Unlike the Easter holidays, you can finally fly on holiday during the summer holidays. The airlines have already reacted quickly and clearly to the new situation. Since travel regulations have been eased, there has been an increase in the number of passengers and the number of scheduled flights. There will be another significant jump as of next week when numerous European holiday regions will be added to the schedule.

In addition to London (British Airways), Paris (Air France), Amsterdam (KLM), Helsinki (Finnair), Zurich (Swiss) and other destinations that were also served during the travel restrictions, many metropolises and cities in Europe and Eastern Europe can once again be reached or reached more frequently from Berlin, for example, Barcelona, Milan, Rome, Lisbon, Edinburgh (Ryanair), Brussels (Brussels Airlines), Luxembourg (Luxair), Reykjavík (Icelandair), Vienna (Austrian Airlines) but also Riga and Tallinn (airBaltic) or Kiev and Chişinău (Wizz Air). Furthermore, scheduled services to numerous destinations in Turkey (Turkish Airlines, SunExpress, Pegasus) have been resumed.

Within Germany, there are several flights per week to Frankfurt and Munich (Lufthansa), Cologne, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart (Eurowings) and Saarbrücken (DAT).

At the beginning of July, the number of routes offered will increase significantly once again with the resumption of numerous connections by the big airlines easyJet and Ryanair. The number of daily guests will then frequently be over 10,000 and will continue to rise in the weeks that follow. Over 70 destinations are expected to be offered this summer.

General travel information

On 15 June, the Federal Foreign Office exempted EU countries, Schengen states (Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and the United Kingdom from the worldwide travel warning that is still valid and replaced it with specific travel advice for individual countries and regions. Even though the travel warning has been partially lifted, passengers should find out about any restrictions or quarantine requirements imposed by the respective countries of travel that may be in place before travelling. The Federal Foreign Office provides up-to-date information. 

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