Terminal 2 was completed at the end of September 2020 before the opening of BER. Due to the low number of passengers during the corona pandemic, it has not yet been used. That is changing: T2 at Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport will start operations tomorrow.
The main user of the gate will be the low-cost airline Ryanair. The first departure from the new BER terminal will be operated by the Irish airline on March 24th. In the following days, all Ryanair departures will be handled in T2. From the beginning of April, arrivals from Ryanair and some arrivals from other airlines will also be handled via T2. Passengers and collectors are asked to find out more about the respective terminal in advance. Nothing changes when you arrive by public transport, car or taxi.
“We are pleased that Terminal 2 is finally open and that Ryanair will be able to receive its passengers here from tomorrow. The preparations that have been going on for weeks and the trial operation days that we have carried out together with our partners have been successfully completed. At Easter we expect up to 70.000 passengers per day, including more than 10.000 guests in Terminal 2,” says Aletta von Massenbach, CEO of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH.