September 2022: BER has broken the two million passenger mark

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

September 2022: BER has broken the two million passenger mark

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
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In September 2022, Berlin-Brandenburg Airport exceeded the two million passenger mark for the first time since the beginning of the corona pandemic. 2.066.204 passengers were counted, around 130.000 more travelers than in August 2022.

The last time there were more than two million passengers in Berlin was in February 2020, i.e. immediately before the start of the pandemic. At that time, the airports Tegel and Schönefeld were still used. From March 2020 things went steeply downhill. It bottomed out in April 2020 with just 27.500 passengers. The utilization of the aircraft in September 2022 was 85,1 percent.

In the most recent calendar month, 15.900 aircraft took off and landed in the capital region, 1.100 more than in August 2022. In September of last year, 13.300 take-offs and landings were counted, in the pre-Corona year 2019 there were 25.700. A total of around 2.900 tons of air freight were handled last month, almost 500 tons more than in the same month of the previous year 2021. In September 2019 there were 3.000 tons of air freight.

“With two million passengers in one month for the first time, the number of passengers in September developed positively. One reason for the growth was that we can again welcome more international guests to BER who also visit trade fairs and events in the capital region. Demand for holiday and business trips in the region has developed dynamically since spring and has exceeded our forecast for the year as a whole. Overall, we now expect a volume of 18,6 million passengers in 2022. How traffic will develop in the medium term is also linked to the course of the global corona pandemic, the development of raw material prices and the international security situation," says BER boss Aletta by Massenbach.

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