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The present passenger terminal complex at Schonefeld International Airport consists of four small passenger terminals - TA - TD, - From East to West: TD, small TC is within short walking distance, TA (the largest with 3 levels), and TB (connected to TA at airside).  A designated meeting point is in TA’s main hall/shopping area.

NOTE:  
 - Due to planned runway construction work, Schonefeld's take-off & landing runways are closed between July - Oct. 2017 - during which time, new BER Airport's future southern runway will be in use during this time. 
 - Passengers with only hand baggage and boarding card may also use Terminal C, from which they may reach all departure gates of all trminals.

The four passenger terminals are laid out as follows:  TB is at west end; T A is adjacent to it; Small Terminal C is separare, (between TA & TD); TD is east of TC  

Terminal A (TA)* (the ‘main building’), is the oldest, with check-in counters A01-A18, is mainly used by Ryanair. Airside access to gates is shared with TB. TA also houses the Hugo Junkers Lounge (tel: +49 30 6091 6036).  Airline gates for TA/TB are 57-65 at ground level and gates 1-11 on level 2.
Terminal B (TB) - used exclusively by easyJet - completed its expansion by 600 sq. meters in Dec. 2016. It has gates 57-65, and check-in counters B20-B29, 3 jetway bridges, boarding gates at Pier 3a.
Terminal C (TC) handles sightseeing trips and flights in connection with special events. (Some flights are operated on a vintage DC-3).
New Terminal D (TD) with airline gates 12-17 completed its upgrades in Dec. 2016, adding an automated border control (e-gates) and EaseyPASS for EU citizens with electronic passport. TD is mainly used by airlines Condor and Germanwings. TD has separate buildings for Departures & Arrivals.

Amenities and services
in the passenger terminals include: ATM cash machines, currency exchange, Lost & Found, baggage storage, ravel agencies, Meeting point, restaurants & shops, currency exchange, Internet access, Lost & Found, VIP services, and more. Rental car agencies are located in the pavilion in front of Terminal A.

* Current and future Terminal expansion & new Terminal D2:
 - Terminals A is being renovated during 2017 whereupon TD will only handle departures; while TA 's first level will function as an airside waiting area. Both TA & TD will receive upgrades of their restaurant & shopping areas. 
 - There will be significantly more available seating, all adding up to a positive passenger experience.



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The present passenger terminal complex at Schonefeld International Airport consists of four small passenger terminals - TA - TD, - From East to West: TD, small TC is within short walking distance, TA (the largest with 3 levels), and TB (connected to TA at airside).  A designated meeting point is in TA’s main hall/shopping area.

NOTE:  
 - Due to planned runway construction work, Schonefeld's take-off & landing runways are closed between July - Oct. 2017 - during which time, new BER Airport's future southern runway will be in use during this time. 
 - Passengers with only hand baggage and boarding card may also use Terminal C, from which they may reach all departure gates of all trminals.

The four passenger terminals are laid out as follows:  TB is at west end; T A is adjacent to it; Small Terminal C is separare, (between TA & TD); TD is east of TC  

Terminal A (TA)* (the ‘main building’), is the oldest, with check-in counters A01-A18, is mainly used by Ryanair. Airside access to gates is shared with TB. TA also houses the Hugo Junkers Lounge (tel: +49 30 6091 6036).  Airline gates for TA/TB are 57-65 at ground level and gates 1-11 on level 2.
Terminal B (TB) - used exclusively by easyJet - completed its expansion by 600 sq. meters in Dec. 2016. It has gates 57-65, and check-in counters B20-B29, 3 jetway bridges, boarding gates at Pier 3a.
Terminal C (TC) handles sightseeing trips and flights in connection with special events. (Some flights are operated on a vintage DC-3).
New Terminal D (TD) with airline gates 12-17 completed its upgrades in Dec. 2016, adding an automated border control (e-gates) and EaseyPASS for EU citizens with electronic passport. TD is mainly used by airlines Condor and Germanwings. TD has separate buildings for Departures & Arrivals.

Amenities and services
in the passenger terminals include: ATM cash machines, currency exchange, Lost & Found, baggage storage, ravel agencies, Meeting point, restaurants & shops, currency exchange, Internet access, Lost & Found, VIP services, and more. Rental car agencies are located in the pavilion in front of Terminal A.

* Current and future Terminal expansion & new Terminal D2:
 - Terminals A is being renovated during 2017 whereupon TD will only handle departures; while TA 's first level will function as an airside waiting area. Both TA & TD will receive upgrades of their restaurant & shopping areas. 
 - There will be significantly more available seating, all adding up to a positive passenger experience.



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