Berlin Schoenefeld Airport

City: Berlin
Country: Germany


Berlin Schönefeld is an international airport serving the metropolitan region of Berlin, Germany. Schönefeld Airport is part of the Berlin Airports system, which comprises Tegel and Tempelhof (now closed) airports. Schönefeld is the second-largest and the most distant of the three Berlin airports, and is the main gateway for low-cost carriers serving the area, with easyJet and Ryanair major operators at the airport. Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport, the new Berlin airport, is being developed on the site of Schönefeld, replacing the current airport system in Berlin. Berlin-Brandenburg International will have a capacity of 27 million passengers per year, and is expected to easily accommodate the current 22 million passengers that travel through the current Berlin airport system each year.


  • 3,600m × 45m
  • 2,710m × 45m
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