Winter timetable 2022/23: Airlines offer 122 destinations from Berlin-Brandenburg

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

Winter timetable 2022/23: Airlines offer 122 destinations from Berlin-Brandenburg

Logo of Berlin-Brandenburg Airport in Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
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On October 30, 2022, the 2022/23 winter flight schedule will also come into effect at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport. 65 destinations in 122 countries are offered by 50 airlines.

With Amsterdam, Zurich, Paris, London and Vienna as the most popular destinations, trips to the European metropolises are very popular this winter. A look at the favored countries shows Great Britain in the top position, but with Spain, Italy, Turkey and France right behind it, the Mediterranean can also unfold its appeal over the winter months.

“At BER we can offer people from our region a good mix of attractive destinations this winter. European metropolises, warm-water destinations in the Mediterranean and long-haul destinations in Asia and America are on the flight schedule. The connections also offer attractive travel options to the capital region for tourists from all over the world. At the same time, the connections to the metropolises in Europe and worldwide are economically important and connect Berlin, Brandenburg and all of East Germany with the political and economic centers of the world," says BER boss Aletta von Massenbach.

In addition to European destinations, long-distance travel is increasingly tempting again this winter. Qatar Airways is increasing its connection to the Qatari capital, Doha, with multiple flights on some days of the week. FTI is again offering flights to the sunny beaches on the Arabian Peninsula this winter. Smartlynx flies to Dubai three times a week on behalf of the tour operator. In Southeast Asia, the metropolis of Singapore can be reached daily with Scoot, and in East Asia, Hainan connects China with BER every week. In the US, the Big Apple region is connected with United Airlines to Newark and NORSE to New York with BER. Anyone who prefers to spend the winter on the beach on the American east coast can come to Fort Lauderdale near Miami non-stop with NORSE from December 7th.

New in the winter timetable and back at BER is the route to Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina with Ryanair. The connections of the British airline Jet2 are also back in the flight program. Three cities in England are served: Birmingham, Leeds and Newcastle.

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