Easter holidays: BER expects one million passengers

BER Terminal 2 (Photo: Anikka Bauer/Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH).
BER Terminal 2 (Photo: Anikka Bauer/Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH).

Easter holidays: BER expects one million passengers

BER Terminal 2 (Photo: Anikka Bauer/Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH).
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Berlin-Brandenburg Airport expects around one million travelers to use the capital's airport during the Easter holidays. A total of 126 destinations are offered.

During the Berlin and Brandenburg Easter holidays, which last from April 8 to 24, 2022, 55 airlines will offer 126 destinations in 49 countries. According to BER, the most popular destinations include the Mediterranean region, the Canary Islands, Scandinavia and European cities such as Istanbul, London, Madrid, Paris and Rome. Then there are the long-haul connections: FTI/Smartlynx flies directly to Dubai, Qatar Airways to Doha, Scoot connects BER with Singapore and United Airlines flies from BER to New York.

In total, more than one million passengers are expected at BER over the Easter holidays. The busiest days will be the last day of school before the holidays, April 8, 2022, and the Sunday before school starts, April 24, 2022, each of which more than 70.000 passengers are expected. During the Easter holidays, 50.000 to 65.000 passengers will use BER every day.

“When I walk through the terminals these days, I can sense that our passengers are looking forward to vacation and air travel a lot more. We expect around one million passengers over the Easter holidays. This shows that the desire to travel is coming back. For everyone at the airport, this development is encouraging but also challenging. The airport company, the police authorities, the airlines and all service providers at BER will have to work hard to ensure that everything runs smoothly. If there are also absences in the already tense personnel situation, there may be delays," explains Managing Director Aletta von Massenbach.

Easter travel at BER takes place at both terminals. All Ryanair flights depart from Terminal 2. In addition to the arrivals of Ryanair, the arrivals of other airlines are routed via Terminal 2; Passengers will then receive their luggage there. Passengers and collectors can find out more about the terminal on the website, in the app and on the airport display boards, as well as from their airline.

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