Deals on Berlin Flight Booking

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Berlin, Germany: Overview

Berlin is Germany’s capital, biggest city, and co-extensive with the Land of Berlin, one of the 16 federal states that make up the Federal Republic of Germany. Berlin has served as cultural hotspot attracting immigrants from across the globe. The city has been a global capital of politics, media and science.  High-tech firms and the service sector power up its economy.

Berlin is home to world-renowned universities, orchestras, museums, and entertainment venues, and is host to many sporting events. Its Zoological Garden is the most visited zoo in Europe and one of the most popular worldwide.

BerAirport in Berlin

Berlin Tegel Airport

Airport Code: TXL

Location: TXL sits in Tegel, 5 miles or 8 km northwest of the city centre of Berlin.

Focus city for: easyJet, Eurowings, Ryanair, Sundair

Interesting Facts: This is the main international airport serving Berlin.

Berlin Brandenburg Airport “Willy Brandt”

Airport Code: BER

Location: The airport is adjacent to Berlin Schönefeld Airport in Schönefeld, 11 miles (18 kilometres) south of the city centre.

Interesting Facts: Berlin Airport is currently under-development to enhance its capacity. The passenger capacity is likely to reach 55 million annually by 2040.

Airlines Operating Flights to Berlin from US Cities

TAP Air Portugal, Icelandair, Aer Lingus, Virgin Atlantic, Air France, British Airways, Finnair, American Airlines.

None of the carriers operate nonstop flights from USA to Berlin. Carriers usually have their connections at their hub airports.

Take a look at connection airports on some of the flight routes with their departure airport in the USA.

Departure City (Airport) Arrival Airport Flight Type Connection Airport Carrier
Boston (BOS) Tegel Airport (TXL) 1-Stop Reykjavik (KEF) Icelandair
Boston (BOS) Tegel Airport (TXL) 1-Stop Dublin (DUB) Aer Lingus
Orlando (MCO) Tegel Airport (TXL) 1-Stop Dublin (DUB) Aer Lingus
Orlando (MCO) Tegel Airport (TXL) 1-Stop Dublin (DUB) British Airways
Orlando (MCO) Tegel Airport (TXL) 2-Stop Boston (BOS), Reykjavik (KEF) Spirit Airlines, Icelandair
Newark (EWR) Tegel Airport (TXL) 1-Stop Lisbon (LIS) TAP Air Portugal
New York (JFK) Tegel Airport (TXL) 1-Stop Reykjavik – KEF Icelandair
New York (JFK) Tegel Airport – TXL 1-Stop Helsinki (HEL) American Airlines, Finnair
New York (JFK) Tegel Airport – TXL 1-Stop Dublin – DUB Aer Lingus
Denver (DEN) Tegel Airport – TXL 2-Stop Boston Logan (BOS), Lisbon (LIS)

 

TAP Air Portugal
Denver (DEN) Tegel Airport – TXL 1-Stop Munich (MUC) United Airlines
Denver (DEN) Tegel Airport – TXL 2-stop Chicago (ORD), Doha (DOH) Qatar Airways
Las Vegas (LAS) Tegel Airport – TXL 1-stop Amsterdam – AMS Virgin Atlantic
Las Vegas (LAS) Tegel Airport – TXL 2-stop Dallas (DFW), Doha (DOH) Qatar Airways
Miami (MIA) Tegel Airport – TXL 1-Stop Lisbon TAP Air Portugal

Best Time to Visit Berlin

The best time to visit Berlin is between May and September. With the temperature highs hovering in the 60s and 70s Fahrenheit range, and their lows in 50s, the weather is perfect to discover the outdoor sights and adventures that the city has to offer. During the season, you get a chance to be part of the culture of Germany. Yes, the time is marked by some auspicious festivals and events like Formula E ePrix Championship (May), Carnival of Cultures (May), Fete de la Musique (June 21), Berlin Fashion Week (June-July), to name a few.

Wondering what it’s like to be at Berlin International Film festival? If you answered yes, you should be ready to brave the bone-chilling winter of January and February.