Number of passengers at BER at a constant level

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

Number of passengers at BER at a constant level

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
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The number of passengers at Berlin Brandenburg Airport remains constant. Last August, 1,94 million passengers took off and landed at BER.

The number of passengers handled each month has remained almost the same since May 2022. In August 2021, 1,4 million people used BER. In August of the pre-Corona year 2019, the then airports Tegel and Schönefeld counted 3,2 million passengers, around 40 percent more than in August 2022. A total of 12,6 million people used BER in the first eight months of this year, such as the capital airport reports in a broadcast.

Last month, 14.800 aircraft took off and landed in the capital region, 400 fewer than in July 2022. 2021 take-offs and landings were counted in August 12.600, compared to 2019 in the pre-corona year 25.000. A total of around 2.600 tons of air freight were handled last month, 400 tons more than in the same month of the previous year 2021. In August 2019 there were 3.100 tons of air freight.

“The number of our passengers continues to move at a stable level. During the holidays alone, we welcomed three million passengers at BER. The following applied to all summer travel traffic up to the end of August: The processes at our airport were orderly and largely smooth. The long and thorough preparations made by the airport company and all its partners have paid off. I would like to express my heartfelt thanks for all the efforts and the high motivation of the employees,” said Aletta von Massenbach, CEO of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH. 

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