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Overview - Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport (IATA: BER; ICAO: EDDB) serves the city of Berlin and the region of Brandenburg.


Service to the city and region is provided through BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 1-2) and BER Airport – Terminal 5 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 5) stations, located on-site.

External Services

External services to Berlin and Brandenburg are provided through S-Train, Regional Rail, and Intercity Rail.

S-Train

BER Airport – Terminal 5 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 5) Station

BER Airport – Terminal 5 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 5) Station. Source: Wikimedia (July 14, 2007, Clemensfranz)

The Berlin S-Bahn serves the airport through BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 1-2) and BER Airport – Terminal 5 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 5) stations on the Grünau Cross-Berlin Brandenburg Airport railway, located at the respective terminals. BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 was opened in October 26, 2022, while BER Airport – Terminal 5 was opened in July 10, 1951 as Schönefeld. Multiple services operate through this station, including S45 and S9. As of August 2022, 6 trains operate an hour to the city center on weekdays off peak, with 3 trains operating each hour on each the S45 and S9 lines.

Regional Rail

FEX

FEX. Source: Wikimedia (November 8, 2020, Arne Müseler)/Photo/Map: Arne Müseler / arne-mueseler.com / CC-BY-SA-3.0

DB Regio Nordost serves the airport through BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 1-2) station on the Glasower Damm Ost–Bohnsdorf Süd railway, located at the corresponding airport terminals. This station was opened in October 26, 2020. A single regional service, the FEX, operates through this station. As of August 2022, 2 trains operate an hour to the city center (Berlin Hauptbahnhof) on weekdays off peak.

Intercity Rail

BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 1-2) Station

BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 1-2) Station. Source: Wikimedia (October 31, 2020, Global Fish)

DB Regio and DB Intercity serve the airport through BER Airport – Terminal 1-2 (Flughafen BER – Terminal 1-2) station on the Glasower Damm Ost–Bohnsdorf Süd railway, located at the corresponding airport terminals. This station was opened in October 26, 2020. Multiple services operate through this station, including RE7, RB14, RB22, and IC17. As of August 2022, a train operates every hour on weekdays off peak on RB14 and RB22 (no afternoon service) and a train operates every two hours on weekdays off peak on RE7 and IC17.

Connector Services

Berlin Brandenburg Airport has no connector service.

Internal Services

Berlin Brandenburg Airport has no internal service.

References & Helpful Links

Airport Website (English) | Airport Website (German)

S-Bahn Berlin Website (English) | S-Bahn Berlin Website (German)

Flughafenexpress Website (English) | Flughafenexpress Website (German)


External Citations


Last Updated: Aug 21, 2022