Departures Berlin-Tegel (TXL)Departures flight plan for Thursday, July 9, 2020*
Arrivals Berlin-Tegel (TXL)Arrivals flight plan for Thursday, July 9, 2020*
157 cheap direct flights from & to Berlin-Tegel (TXL)
Air France (AF1435, AF1235, AF1135), Korean Air (KE6356), Jet Airways (India) (9W6907), Delta Air Lines (DL8569), China Southern Airlines (CZ7033), Japan Airlines (JL5338)
Austrian Airlines (OS231, OS235, OS237, OS223, OS239), Deutsche Lufthansa (LH6379, LH6323, LH6415)
Air Serbia (JU355, JU351), easyJet (U25523, U25631), Etihad Airways (EY6010), Montenegro Airlines (YM4169, YM4163), ALITALIA (AZ2988)
Brussels Airlines (SN2581, SN2587), Hainan Airlines (HU8551), Deutsche Lufthansa (LH5563, LH5567), United Airlines (UA9991), Etihad Airways (EY7237), TAP Air Portugal (TP7488)
Swiss International Air Lines (LX974, LX980, LX970), Cathay Pacific Airways (CX6611), Deutsche Lufthansa (LH5821, LH5837, LH5843), Air Canada (AC6802)
Eurowings (EW6, EW8, EW4, EW12), easyJet (U25908, U25910, U25912, U25906)
Eurowings (EW9050, EW9042, EW9040, EW9044), easyJet (U25500, U25502, U25504, U25512)
Deutsche Lufthansa (LH38, LH174, LH44, LH192, LH190, LH182), United Airlines (UA8715), Air Canada (AC9058)
Deutsche Lufthansa (LH2050, LH2054, LH2212, LH2040, LH2034, LH2048), United Airlines (UA9189), Aegean Airlines (A31598)
Eurowings (EW2006, EW2012, EW2010, EW2058, EW2002, EW2000, EW2004), easyJet (U25594)
Germania (ST4924), Eurowings (EW8370), Laudamotion (OE2434), Sundair (SR3866)
The operator of the 466 hectare airport is Berliner Flughafen GmbH, which is part of the Berlin Brandenburg Airport Holding GmbH, together with the federal states of Berlin and Brandenburg and the Federal Republic of Germany.
- URL: Berlin-Tegel (TXL)
- Time zone: GMT 1
- Service telephone: +49 30 609 11150
- Address: Flughafen Berlin-Tegel, D-13405 Berlin
- Operating company: Berliner Flughafen GmbH (BFG)
- Parking: Yes; paid parking – short and long term, the first 10 minutes on the short term car park P2 and the first 15 minutes on the bus car park P3 are free.
- Nearby cities: Berlin (9 km), Potsdam (23 km)
- Directions by car: highway A111/E26; exit Flughafen Tegel (Nr.11) or Saatwinkler Damm
- Stations: Bus-Shuttle between the airport and the metro, S-Bahn and regional as well as national train station: Bahnhof - Alexanderplatz (Express Bus TXL)
- Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (15.22%), Tuesday (14.83%), Wednesday (14.82%), Thursday (15.26%), Friday (15.48%), Saturday (11.50%), Sunday (12.91%)
- Alternative spelling: Tegel, Berlin, Flughafen Tegel, Berlin Tegel Airport, Берлин-Тегель, ベルリン・テーゲル, 柏林－泰格尔, برلين تيغل, 베를린 테겔 국제공항, נמל התעופה ברלין טגל
Most popular destinations from Berlin-Tegel (Flights per week )
- Munich (182, 8,83 %)
- Frankfurt-Main (170, 8,25 %)
- Cologne (Koeln)-Bonn (117, 5,68 %)
- Dusseldorf (115, 5,58 %)
- Stuttgart-Echterdingen (111, 5,39 %)
- Zurich (Zürich)-Kloten (102, 4,95 %)
- Vienna International (92, 4,46 %)
- London Heathrow (68, 3,30 %)
- Paris - Charles de Gaulle (62, 3,01 %)
- Palma de Mallorca (58, 2,81 %)
- other (47.74 %)
Top airlines (percentage of departures and arrivals)
First opened in 1948, the airport is located about 9 km or 5 miles northwest of Berlin Alexanderplatz, and approximately 7 km north of Bahnhof Zoo Station (Zoologischer Garten). Motorists can reach the terminal using the highway / road A1111/E26, exit “Saatwinkler Damm”.
Public transport: bus X9, 109, 128 and TXL. The nearest metro stops are S + U-7 Jakob-Kaiser Platz (for the buses X9 and 109), U-6 Kurt Schumacher Platz ( bus number 128) and the tram stop Beusselstraße (express bus TXL ).
Just two months after the start of the Berlin blockade in 1948, the airport had the longest runway in Europe, with a total length of 2400m. at that time the longest runway in Europe. On 05.11.1948 the first aircraft could land. Tegel was only officially opened about a month later, in December 1948. Civil aviation started on 01/02/1960 in Tegel.
During the cold war, flights in West Berlin could only be operated by the three occupying powers, U.S, Britain and France. Similarly, the crew of the airlines were citizens of these countries. The first airline to provide civilian flights from Tegel was Air France.
The terminal building located north of the runway (Tegel Nord) was first used by the French forces as a military airport. From 1974, the facilities for civilian air traffic were closed, as the still hexagonal terminal building (Terminal A), which is still in use, was opened.
The airport facilities Tegel-Süd were officially inaugurated on 10.23.1974, and first used on 11/01/1974. After some delay, in the summer of 1975, civilian aviation moved entirely from Tempelhof to Tegel airport. Pan American and British Airways also flew to Tegel.
Since 1988, Tegel airport known, also as Otto Lilienthal, has been the busiest airport in Berlin and also the most popular (the number of passengers exceeded official available capacity in recent years). With German reunification on 3 October 1990, Berlin-Tegel International was also a Lufthansa destination, which had until then not been permitted to fly to the airport.
After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, a new airport was planned in Berlin-Brandenburg, which is why Tegel-South will no longer be expanded. With the commissioning of Berlin Brandenburg International (BBI), operations at Tegel airport will cease in 2011.