BER Express is canceled for 14 days

Banner at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
Banner at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).

BER Express is canceled for 14 days

Banner at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
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In Berlin, the so-called Airport Express (FEX) is canceled for two weeks. This affects the last two weeks of summer vacation in Berlin and Brandenburg.

Due to construction work on tracks in Berlin-Grünau, the trains have not been running since Monday morning until the morning of August 22, Deutsche Bahn has announced. The FEX normally takes around 30 minutes to travel from Berlin Hauptbahnhof to BER Airport. Passengers must now choose other regional trains to the airport. But even with them there will soon be restrictions due to track work. The RB14 and the RE7 do not stop in Terminal 15.8-19.8 from Monday (1/2) to Friday (5/XNUMX), but in Terminal XNUMX.

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