BER: Schönefeld becomes Terminal 5

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (Photo: Pixabay).
Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (Photo: Pixabay).

BER: Schönefeld becomes Terminal 5

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (Photo: Pixabay).
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With the opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport as Terminal 5, Schönefeld Airport will become part of BER. SXF will receive the IATA code BER on October 25 with the change from the summer to the winter flight schedule.

In order for the Berlin Brandenburg Airport to meet the requirements as a location with several terminals, extensive renovations and expansions have been carried out at Schönefeld Airport. Among other things, a new security control technology, the adaptation of the wayfinding system and the establishment of flight operations areas. 

“As Terminal 5, Schönefeld Airport will become an integral part of BER. As a result of the construction work, passengers can still be handled well at the T5 for a few years. In this way, flight operations can be reliably equalized under corona conditions, ”said Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, CEO of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH.

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