Berlin’s new BER airport is the city’s largest international transport hub. Eleven hourly connections between BER and the city ensure an ideal link to the capital’s public transport system. Five regional trains (RE7, RB14, RB22 and two FEX trains) and six S-Bahn trains (three S9 and S45 trains respectively) will bring passengers to their destination, regardless of whether they’re arriving or departing. At the station, the trains stop directly below BER Terminal 1-2, ensuring a short route to check in. No traffic jams, no stress with car parks. Arrive relaxed and on time.
Getting to your terminal
There are three terminals at the Berlin Brandenburg Airport: 1, 2 and 5. Terminals 1 and 2 are new, Terminal 5 is located at the former Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, which will remain in use. Terminals 1 and 2 are served by national and regional services, the S-Bahn ,and bus lines. Terminal 5 is currently only served by the S-Bahn and bus.
The cheapest option by train: BER Airport is situated in Zone C. For a single trip from the city you need a Berlin ABC ticket (EUR 3.60). If you have a VBB-Umweltkarte for the AB Zone, you just have to buy a connecting ticket for Zone C (EUR 1.70).
From the city to the airport: Berlin ABC ticket.
Single trip ticket
Day ticket for small groups
More and better connections
The Berlin-Brandenburg transport association VBB plans to further improve connections to BER Airport over the next few years. Step-by-step, additional trains will be added and journey times will fall.