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Berlin Airport - Berlin has three airports. Tegel Airport operates scheduled flights and all Lufthansa flights; Tempelhof Airport deals with the takeoff and landing of small aircraft to domestic destinations and neighboring countries and is due for closure; Schönefeld Airport predomiently hosts charter flights.

 
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In the airports you can buy a City Rover Card in bookshops for forty-eight or seventy-two hours. This gives complete access to all public transport systems.

Schoenefeld Airport
Telephone - +49 180 5000 186
The airport is located twenty km from the city center. An information desk is located in Terminal A. There are a wide range of shopping facilities and a range of bars and restaurants in the airport.

Taxi
There are metered taxis available outside each of the terminals. It takes about forty minutes to the city center and costs about €28-35.

Bus
A bus service operates from outside each of the terminals to Berlin.

Train
The Airport Express train stops at a station close to the airport, which is connected by a shuttle bus. It runs every thirty minutes from 5 am to 11 pm and takes thirty minutes. Cost €2. All railway stations in Berlin are linked by tramline 7. Not all trains are marked Airport Express as the service isn’t dedicated to the airport.

Road
The airport is easily reached from Berlin and well signposted. All motorways link up with Berlin’s ring road.

Tegel Airport
Telephone - +49 180 500 0186
The airport is located 8km northwest of Berlin city center. There are good shopping and eating facilities, as well as a number of bars.

Taxi - Taxis are available at the taxi rank outside the terminal building. It takes about thirty minutes to reach the city center and costs about €15.

Bus - Jet Express Bus numbers 128, 109, and X9 run to underground stations in Berlin. They run every ten to fifteen minutes from about 5:30 am to about 11 pm, and take about forty minutes to reach the city center. There is also a service that runs to city center destinations, including Unter den Linten and Franzosische Strasse. Information is available from the BVG office in the main hall of the terminal.

Road
The airport is connected to the Berlin city motorway. The A100 or the A111 north both have well signposted exits to the airport.

Car Rental
It is easy to rent a car for use in Germany and collect it at either of these two airports. All the major companies have desks for car hire collection and cars can be prebooked over the internet.

BVG (Berlin Transport)
Telephone - +49 30 19449

 
 
 
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