BER: Summer timetable with some new destinations

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).

BER: Summer timetable with some new destinations

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
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In the summer timetable, 58 airlines will fly to 146 destinations in 49 countries. The new destinations include destinations in France and Italy, Croatia, Turkey and Scandinavia. In addition, the capital region is again regularly connected to New York.

“The airlines are seeing growing demand for vacation travel and have responded to this in the summer flight schedule with attractive offers from BER. Many destinations will be served more frequently in the summer of 2022 than in the previous year and the choice of travel destinations is almost as large as before the pandemic. The next few months will be a challenge for all partners at the airport, which we will face together and which we look forward to,” says Aletta von Massenbach, CEO of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH.

European routes

Easyjet flies to a total of 70 destinations from BER this summer, doubling its capacity compared to summer 2021. New to the flight schedule are Pisa in Italy and Rijeka in Croatia. Both destinations will be served twice a week from June 28th. Frequencies will be increased for the islands of Corsica and Kos. Bastia on Corsica in France will also be served three times a week from June 28, 2022, and up to five times a week to Kos in Greece from March 28. Pula in Croatia will be served longer this summer. The connection is already in the flight plan from May 14, 2022 and will be served until October.

Ryanair offers almost 50 routes from BER this summer. City connections such as London and Manchester in Great Britain, Dublin in Ireland, Rome, Venice and Milan in Italy, Brussels in Belgium and Barcelona in Spain are particularly frequent in the Irish airline's flight schedule. With Palma de Mallorca, the Greek islands of Corfu, Kos and Crete and several destinations in Italy, many popular holiday destinations are served. For the first time in the summer timetable, the Finnish city of Lappeenranta, surrounded by nature and large lakes, will be served. Kraków is also new in the timetable. From May 2, 2022, the Polish city will be served three times a week.

Eurowings flies to Scandinavia. From June 3, 2022, the airline will be flying to Stockholm, Sweden, up to six times a week. The Greek island of Kos will be served up to three times a week from May 7, 2022. the Lufthansa is significantly increasing its flight offering to Frankfurt and Munich within Germany. The crane goes up to 14 times a day (almost every hour during the day) to Frankfurt and 12 times a day to the Bavarian state capital.

Wizz Air is significantly increasing its capacities on some routes compared to the 2019 offer. The airline's schedule includes Budapest in Hungary, Cluj-Napoca in Romania, Chişinău in Moldova, Kutaisi in Georgia (again new), Skopje in North Macedonia, Tirana in Albania, as well as Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Varna in Bulgaria, both clearly be flown to more frequently. Will fly from May 14, 2022 BA City Flyer not only Monday to Friday up to three times a day, but also on Saturdays to London City Airport. A second round is added on Sundays. flyers, a Norwegian airline, will take off from Berlin Brandenburg Airport on March 25, 2022. The carrier flies four times a week to Oslo in Norway.

Transavia launches two new France connections. In addition to the existing route to Paris-Orly, which is also offered five times a week in the summer timetable, the airline flies to Nantes and Montpellier in France. The low-cost airline will take off for Nantes from March 27, 2022, and for Montpellier from April 22, 2022. Both routes are served twice a week. with Luxair goes to Luxembourg up to twice a day. norwegian flies non-stop to Trondheim from April 7th. The new connection to the city in central Norway is included in the airline's flight schedule twice a week.

Turkish Airlines continues to fly to Istanbul several times a day. In addition, from the beginning of April it will go to Gaziantep (three times a week) and Adana (twice a week). From the end of May, with the beginning of the summer travel season, the range of flights will be successively expanded to include additional destinations in Turkey. It then goes to Bodrum, Izmir, Samsun twice a week and to Trabson once a week. Ordu-Giserun Airport, which is also served once a week, is included in the flight schedule for the first time.

Sun Express flies to six destinations in Turkey this summer: Antalya and Izmir (up to 18 times a week), Dalaman (up to twice a week), Gaziantep and Samsun (each once a week). The sixth new destination in the airline's flight schedule from May 5, 2022 is Bodrum in Turkey, also once a week. Air Cairo, partner airline of SunExpress, is also increasing capacity this summer and will be flying up to four times a week to Hurghada in Egypt.

sunday is also significantly expanding the offer from BER and is planning flights to a total of nine destinations in the summer, including several destinations in Greece. With Heraklion (six times a week), Rhodes and Kos (each four times a week) and Corfu (twice a week), Greece is served a total of 16 times a week. Other popular sunny destinations in Sundair's flight schedule are Burgas in Romania (three times a week), the Canary Island of Fuerteventura, Hurghada in Egypt and Varna in Bulgaria (each twice a week). In addition, Beirut in Lebanon will continue to be served three times a week. 

long range

United Airlines returns to the capital region. From March 28, 2022, the airline will fly six times a week (except Wednesdays) from BER to New York/Newark. From May 5, 2022, the connection will be back in the daily flight schedule from Berlin-Brandenburg. Scoot, Singapore Airlines' low-cost airline, continues to connect BER to Singapore in Asia on a daily basis. There are direct, non-stop flights to the Southeast Asian city-state three times a week. Scoot flies to Singapore via Athens four times a week. Qatar Airways continues to fly daily to Doha, the capital of Qatar.

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