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Berlin Airport is the international airport of the largest city in Germany. It's situated 8 km away from the city centre. More than 22 million air passengers travelled through the Berlin Airport in 2018. Berlin Airport is the hub for Eurowings. It is also the base for EasyJet, Lufthansa, and Germania.


Airport Tegel, 13405 Berlin

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Minimum Connection Time in Berlin Tegel Airport

The Minimum Connection Time (MCT) required in a specific airport is important to know if the route has a connecting flight. It is advisable to look this up before booking a flight ticket. The MCT is also a determining factor when a traveller needs to claim compensation for a missed connection. Below you can see the MCT in Berlin Tegel Airport for connecting flights.

  • Between domestic flights: 30 min.
  • Between domestic and international flights: 45 min.
  • Between international flights: 45 min.

Berlin Tegel Airport terminals

Terminals are the areas or different buildings in airports through which passengers can travel between transport on the ground and the places for boarding or disembarking from the aircraft. It's crucial to confirm the terminal before arriving at the airport when you depart or have a transfer to another flight, because the terminals in bigger airports could be a long distance from each other and passengers usually require more time to get to the right one. In Berlin Tegel Airport there are 5 Terminals.

Terminal A – Air Berlin, Lufthansa, Germanwings and selected Star Alliance carriers

Terminal B – Air Berlin, Lufthansa, Germanwings, international flights with Air Berlin, Lufthansa and Germanwings

Terminal C – mainly Air Berlin, Air Baltic and Croatia Airlines

Terminal D – mainly Germanwings and SkyTeam carriers

Terminal E – arrivals only

Transport from Berlin Tegel Airport to city centre

When it is the very first time travelling to a destination, it may be a challenge to know the most convenient way to reach the centre of the city. It is not always possible to travel by public transport right at the airport and taxis can be expensive. Our recommendation is to check all transport possibilities before the flight to make sure you choose the ideal option for your trip. For the most up-to-date information and connections of public transport go here.

Tegel Airport Bus

  • TXL JetExpress
    Direction: Alexanderplatz
    Travel time (approx.): 37 min. to Alexanderplatz
    Tickets: can be purchased at the "Tourist Info" or at the ticket machines outside Terminal A
    Ticket price: adult single ticket starts from 2.80 EUR, children single ticket starts from 1.70 EUR
  • X9 Express
    Direction: City West, Zoo Station
    Travel time (approx.): 20 min. to Zoo Station
    Operating hours: 04:00 AM - 01:00 AM
    Ticket price: adult single ticket starts from 2.80 EUR, children single ticket starts from 1.70 EUR
  • Line 109
    Direction: Zoo Station
  • Line 128
    Direction: U Osloer Strasse

Tegel Airport taxi

  • Pick up point: Terminal A, Inner Ring, Gates 6-9 and outside Terminals C and E
    Travel time (approx.): 25 min. to the city centre
    Approximate price: 26 EUR or 1.50 EUR per person in maxi cabs seating five

Where to have a rest in Berlin Tegel Airport

At times you might have a prolonged wait between flights, for instance, an overnight layover or a flight delay until the following day. When this happens, it is important for travellers to note where they can rest and pass their time between flights.

Berlin Airport Lounges

Airport lounges are facilities that give travellers a variety of benefits and services, such as relaxation areas, food and beverages, WIFI, showers, etc., so passengers can wait in an enjoyable and comfortable setting.

  • Air France Lounge
    Location: Terminal A, Level 3
    Opening hours: 04:45 AM - 08:30 PM, daily
    Price: 25 EUR
  • BerlinAirportClub Lounge
    Location: Terminal A, Level 1
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 06:45 AM - 09:00 PM, Sun: 07:45 AM - 09:00 PM
    Price: 28 EUR
  • British Airways Terraces Lounge
    Location: Terminal A, Level 2
    Opening hours: Sun-Fri: 05:30 AM - 10:00 PM, Sat: 05:30 AM - 10:30 PM
    Price: reserved for passengers with specific credentials (elite status, premium tickets, etc.)
  • Lufthansa Lounge
    Location: Terminal 2, Level 2
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 05:00 AM - 09:00 PM, Sun: 05:45 AM - 09:00 PM
    Price: reserved for passengers with specific credentials (elite status, premium tickets, etc.)

Berlin Airport hotels

In the event that your flight takes off the following day or the lounges are not suitable, you can opt for staying in a hotel near the airport. In some instances, hotels are situated in the airport building, however at others you may need to leave the airport vicinity to get to the closest hotel. We have handpicked the best possibilities for you in the event you opt to stay in a hotel between flights.

  • Central Tegel Hotel
    Price: from 72 EUR per night
    Address: Holzhauser Strasse 2, 13509 Berlin, Germany
    Contact: +49 30 435970
    Website: click
  • Am Boristurm Hotel
    Price: from 64 EUR per night
    Address: Am Boristurm 1, 13507 Berlin, Germany
    Contact: +49 40 5002220, email:
    Website: click

Where to eat in Berlin Airport

When travelling, it's important to have enough food and drink. Whether you need a simple breakfast before an early flight, an unhurried lunch during a lengthy layover, or to just grab something to eat while on board, we have a number of alternatives for you to ensure you don’t become hungry during your travels. Click here for a complete description of places to eat in Berlin Airport.

  • Berlin Coffee
    Description: coffee, cakes, snacks
    Location: Terminal A, after security, Gate 8/9
    Opening hours: from 04:30 AM until the last departure, daily
  • Illy Bar
    Description: Italian coffee shop
    Location: Terminal A, public area, in front of Gate 12/13
    Opening hours: 05:00 AM - 09:45 PM, daily
  • Kamps Backstube
    Description: bakery - fresh bread, pastry, sandwiches, desserts, salads, breakfast
    Location: Terminal A, Boulevard Tegel
    Opening hours: 04:00 AM - 10:00 PM, daily
  • EsS Bahn
    Description: German cuisine, currywurst
    Location: Transfer Terminal A-D
    Opening hours: 08:30 AM - 08:00 PM, daily
  • Cindy's Diner
    Description: the restaurant offers the atmosphere of a 1950’s diner
    Location: Terminal C, public area
    Opening hours: from 04:15 AM until the last departure, daily
  • Auf Die Hand
    Description: healthy fast food
    Location: Terminal 2, Level 5, security area, Gate 10/11
    Opening hours: from 04:45 AM until the last departure, daily

Berlin Tegel Airport shops

If you leave your souvenir shopping to the very last minute, or you merely have time to kill before flying, it's worthwhile visiting the airport shops. Our guide below can help you to find the top shopping locations for your needs. Go here to discover a full list of shops.

  • Heinemann
    Description: Duty Free
    Location: In all terminals after security
    Opening hours: acc. to flight schedule
  • Pocket Shop
    Description: national and international newspapers, magazines, and books
    Location: Terminal A, public area
    Opening hours: 05:00 AM - 09:00 PM, daily
  • P’NA
    Description: accessories for men and women
    Location: Terminal A, public area
    Opening hours: 07:00 AM - 09:00 PM, daily
  • Relay
    Description: magazines, newspapers, journals, snacks, and refreshments
    Location: Terminal B, public area
    Opening hours: 05:00 AM – 09:00 PM, daily
  • Bon Voyage
    Description: snacks, drinks, books, newspapers, magazines, tobacco and travel supplies Location: Terminal A, public area
    Opening hours: 05:00 AM - 09:00 PM, daily

Berlin Tegel Airport car rental

Sometimes driving is the most suitable alternative to see a destination, or perhaps you need a car for your trip. To enable you to choose the best car rental company for your journey, we have provided a list below.

  • Hertz
    Location: Terminal E, outside, P2
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 07:00 AM - 11:00 PM, Sat-Sun: 08:00 AM - 11:00 PM
    Contact: +49 30 41704674
  • Sixt
    Location: Terminal E, outside, P2
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 06:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Sat-Sun: 07:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Contact: +49 18 06252525

Other Berlin Tegel Airport facilities you might need

Here are some other important amenities in the airport that you could want to visit while travelling.

  • Pharmacy
    Location: Terminal A, Boulevard Tegel
    Opening hours: 07:00 AM - 09:00 PM, daily
    Contact: +49 30 41013869
  • Pharmacy Vending Machines / First Aid Kits
    Location: Terminal C, after security
    Opening hours: 24 hrs., daily

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