Airport Hotel Service

Berlin Tegel Airport Ground Transportation

The Berlin Tegel Airport is located five miles northwest of Berlin, Germany, and is connected to the city by traveling on the A100 and the A111(North) motorways. Air Berlin and Lufthansa make up approximately 30% of all commercial traffic at Berlin Tegel. Germania is also headquartered at this airport, and flies smaller charter planes to a number of destinations throughout the country as well as to Kosovo, Turkey and North Africa. Travelers should note that the airport is scheduled to close down in June, 2012 when the new Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport is set to become operational.

If you are traveling by automobile, there are several car parks at or near the airport. P1, P2, P5 and PK are the designated parking areas. P1 is covered parking and PK is a short-term car park lot beneath the terminal. Several car rental companies have pickup or drop off designated areas at the airport, including Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Avis. These rental companies can be found at the pavilion in front of Terminal A. Taxis are also readily available at the airport and can be found just outside of the terminal. The hexagonal shape of the terminal building surrounds an open square, making walking distance to and from any airlines' gates to the terminal exit fairly painless. Berlin Tegel is serviced by several modes of public transportation including multiple BVG bus lines which offer connections to both the S-Bahn and U-Bahn rapid transit systems. Ticket machines are located at various locations outside the airport terminals. The designated airport bus is Number 109 and leaves from outside the Arrivals hall every fifteen minutes throughout the day. Number 109 is the quickest and most cost-effective method of transportation from the airport into Berlin and follows the Kurfurstendamm - Bahnhof Zoo Station bus route. Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the city's state-of-the-art central train station that opened in 2006, and serves as a major travel hub to destinations by rail throughout Germany and other European countries. From Berlin Tegel, take Jet Express Bus TXL to connect at the train station. Frequent all-day service is available between the two transportation hubs.

Home Page | Customer Service | Meeting Planning | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Copyright © 2005-2017 Airport Hotel Service, All Rights Reserved