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Ryanair increasing flights from Berlin with 50 connections

02.07.2020
Ryanair at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport

Ryanair is significantly increasing its air traffic from Berlin and is back in the capital region with around 50 connections. The Irish airline, which continued to fly from Schönefeld even during the travel restrictions, has been gradually ramping up its number of flights since 21 June. Now it is adding numerous other connections to popular tourist destinations, city destinations and many metropolises in Eastern Europe.

Most of the connections are offered from Berlin-Schönefeld. The flight schedule includes Fuerteventura, Lanzarote (Canary Islands, Spain), Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona and Madrid; Mallorca, Seville, Valencia (Spain), Athens, Thessaloniki (Greece), Palermo, Pisa, Rome, Milan, Bologna, Bari, Catania (Italy), Brussels (Belgium), Budapest (Hungary), Dublin, Kerry (Ireland), Edinburgh, East Midlands, Manchester, London (UK), Yerevan (Armenia), Faro, Lisbon, Porto (Portugal), Kiev (Ukraine), Malta, Bucharest (Romania), Riga (Latvia), Sofia (Bulgaria), Podgorica (Montenegro), Tel Aviv (Israel), Zadar (Croatia) and Malta.

This summer, Ryanair is flying from Tegel to the sunny destinations of Alicante, Malaga, Ibiza, Mallorca (Spain), Corfu, Kos, Crete, Rhodes (Greece), Faro (Portugal), Naples (Italy), Paphos (Cyprus) and Pula (Croatia).

General travel information

The flight connections announced may be subject to changes due to travel warnings, entry restrictions and for operational reasons. Therefore, passengers are asked to check the flight status with their airline before starting their trip.

On 15 June, the Federal Foreign Office exempted EU countries, Schengen-associated 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 are asked to find out about any restrictions or quarantine requirements imposed by the respective countries of travel that may be in place before travelling. Up-to-date information can be found on the Federal Foreign Office’s website (in German only).

Information for our passengers at Schönefeld and Tegel

The airport company has implemented numerous measures at both airports to ensure safe and reliable arrivals and departures from Schönefeld and Tegel airports. Furthermore, passengers are asked to prepare for their flight and their time at the airport at home more than ever before, to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth, and to diligently comply with the applicable distancing and hygiene rules.

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