Berlin Tegel (TXL) Airport
Berlin Tegel TXL Airport Overview
With an estimated 17 million yearly passengers, Tegel Airport is a hub for Air Berlin and a focus city for Lufthansa, each of which handles about 30 percent of scheduled flights. Low-cost Ryanair offers flights to numerous destinations (flights need to be booked directly online).
As to the opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport - now postponed to the 'second half of 2017' - it is not clear yet what role Tegel may play after Brandenburg's official opening.
Berlin Tegel Airport has presently Terminals C, A/G & D/E - situated around its loop access road road.
NOTE: Tegel Airport has limited parking facilties - it is advisable to take the TXL bus, running to/from city center more fequently. (S&U Main train station at Invalidenpark) to /from the Airport now runs every 5 minutes.
Present & future Airport developments: As the new Brandenburg Airport will not open before 2018/19 - and to ease overcrowding, both Berlin Tegel & Schoenefeld Airports are being upgraded - the majority of upgrades are to be done at Tegel, which address Infrastructure, Service & Personnel. While Terminal D has completed its renovation, evaluation are made for the need of additional construction work improving handling process at Terminal C.
- Website for Berlin Tegel: http://www.berlin-airport.de/en/travellers-txl/index.php
- Contact: http://www.berlin-airport.de/en/global/contact/index.php
- Phone: +49 30 6091 1150