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BER – Most modern European airport

On June 3, 2012, the brand-new Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be open.

The airport will be the new entrance to one of the most exciting cities in the world. It will be after Frankfurt and Munich the 3rd largest airport in Germany.

Furthermore, it will provide the capacity needed for sustained qualitative and quantitative growth. Thanks to its central location (Central Europe), all major European destinations are within easy reach. With BER Airport, the new East-West hub, we aim to make the region one of Europe’s top ten aviation locations.

Until the opening of Europe’s most modern airport (BER Berlin Brandenburg Airport) on 3rd of June 2012, Germany’s largest city and capital area is served by two airports: Berlin-Tegel (TXL) and Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF).

As for network 2011/12, at BER 88 Airlines are active with approx. 2,400 weekly take-offs to 174 destinations in 52 countries. This includes long-haul flights to e.g. New York, Miami or Dubai and Los Angeles.

Operating on two separately operated runways, New BER airport is expecting 27 million passengers. The train station under the main terminal (Suburban trains, regional trains and ICE high-speed long distance trains) gives a perfect connection to the city centre in approx. 20 minutes. In addition to making air travel more attractive, Berlin Brandenburg Airport will improve life in the region. By closing Tegel and Tempelhof, hundreds of thousands of Berlin and Brandenburg residents will no longer have to live with aircraft noise.

Inspired by: Berlin Airport

more about BER in Passenger Terminal World


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