Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Berlin
Flight information Birmingham to Berlin
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average flight time from Birmingham to Berlin, total distance 636 miles
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Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld
Flights from Birmingham to Berlin
This information is correct as of October 2015
Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Berlin
Flybe is currently the only airline which flies direct to Berlin, with regular flights to Tegel Airport. KLM, Lufthansa and Brussels Airlines all offer indirect flights, also to Tegel. There are currently no flights between Birmingham and Berlin-Schoenefeld Airport.
Terminal Information – Departing
Birmingham Airport has one terminal with a good range of shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment options. If you're flying to Europe you can indulge in tax free shopping. There are plenty of places to pick up a bargain. Luxury good stores include World Duty Free, Hugo Boss, Eye Love, and Dixons Travel. There are also some high street stores where you can pick up last minute bits and bobs.
If you're feeling hungry there are plenty of places to whet your appetite. You can indulge in a meal at Giraffe or Frankie & Benny's. If you fancy something quick you can indulge in a coffee and a sandwich at Costa or Caffe Nero. The airport has four bars: the Meriden, a Wetherspoons, an All Bar One and a Blanc et Noir champagne bar. Perfect for calming those pre-flight nerves.
Birmingham Airport also has two executive lounges: Aspire Lounge and No.1 Traveller. Both offer complimentary snacks, drinks and Wi-Fi in addition to comfortable chairs. Prices start at £21.99* if you pre-book.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Tegel Airport has one terminal building, with public buses and taxis readily available outside. If you're staying in the east of the city (Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Neukoelln, Mitte) take the TXL JetExpress bus to Alexanderplatz. This is the main transport hub for the east of the city, with train (u-bahn and s-bahn) connections to most of the suburbs. If you're staying in the west (Charlottenberg, Wilmersdorf, Kurfürstendamm, Schoeneberg) it's better to take the X9 JetExpress Bus or the 109 bus to S+U Zoologischer Garten, the main train station serving the west end. If you're planning a self-drive trip, remember to compare car hire at Berlin-Tegel Airport.
You need a valid passport to travel to Germany from the UK. Make sure it's valid for the full duration of your stay: it doesn't need any extra period of validity. It's possible to travel on passports that have been extended for 12 months by a British Embassy or Consulate.
What to expect in Berlin
Berlin is one hour ahead of the UK and the currency is the Euro (€). Berlin is a lot cheaper than Birmingham, with a three course meal for two costing about half the price. Beer is cheaper than wine in restaurants. Berlin is an absolutely massive city, so bring a good pair of walking shoes and download the transport map to help you navigate the u-bahn and s-bahn system. Whenever you buy a ticket for underground and overground trains you need to validate it by stamping it at the small red machines on the station platforms. Failure to do so could result in a hefty fine.
*Prices subject to change
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