Cheap Flights from Edinburgh to Berlin
Flight information Edinburgh to Berlin
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Average flight time, total distance 717 miles
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Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld
Flights from Edinburgh to Berlin
This information is correct as of September 2015
Airlines that fly from Edinburgh to Berlin
EasyJet is the only airline with direct flights from Edinburgh to Berlin. EasyJet flights arrive to Berlin Schoenefeld Airport.
There is just one terminal at Edinburgh Airport. Check-in desks are located on the ground floor of the terminal building. The EasyJet desk opens two and a half hours before each flight’s scheduled departure time.
Once you’re through security and in the departures lounge, you’ll find an extensive selection of shops, food outlets and facilities. There are internet kiosks, an ICE currency exchange and a Scotland souvenir shop. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport for up to two hours per day, per device.
Passengers can shop for books at WHSmith, toiletries at Boots, electronics at Dixons and luxury items at Jo Malone, Hugo Boss or MAC. The airport offers a Shop and Collect service allowing passengers to buy before they travel and pick up their purchases upon their return.
Food and drink options include coffee shops, Costa and Caffe Nero, a Wetherspoon pub, Thermidors Seafood Bar and The Gathering which has a deli, takeaway, restaurant and lounge.
Passengers looking for a quieter space in which to spend the time before their flight can pay to access the Aspire Lounge or No. 1 Traveller Lounge. The premium lounges offer complimentary food and drink, free unlimited Wi-Fi, daily newspapers and magazines and, in the Aspire Lounge, private booths with Smart TVs perfect for families.
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport is located 18 kilometres southeast of Berlin. There are four terminals at the airport. Easyjet flights arrive to the central Terminal A which houses the majority of facilities.
In the arrivals hall, passengers will find a tourist information desk for details of local attractions, an airport information desk for details of onward transport options, cash machines, a currency exchange and a number of cafés and convenience stores.
Car hire desks are located outside, opposite the Terminal A exit. The airport is well connected by local road routes and you can find up-to-date information on traffic jams and road works on the Berlin Schoenefeld Airport website.
Passengers choosing to take public transport to the city centre, will find a range of easy options. Stations for local buses, the S-Bahn train and regional trains can be accessed via a covered walkway leading out of Terminal A. Various bus routes run from the airport to city centre locations and surrounding areas, the S-Bahn trains leave every 10 minutes and the Airport Express train takes just 30 minutes to reach the city centre. A taxi rank can also be found outside Terminal A.
What to Expect in Berlin
Berlin enjoys warm, pleasant weather in summer months, with temperatures reaching the mid-twenties. From December to February it gets pretty cold, there’s often a light dusting of snow and temperatures stay around freezing. Rainfall throughout the year is similar to that of Edinburgh.
The cost of living in Berlin is much cheaper than it is in Edinburgh. Whether you’re eating out, travelling on public transport or buying essentials from the supermarket, you’re likely to notice the difference. A mid-range three course meal for two costs on average €40.00 and a one way journey on the bus or train will cost around €2.70.
Berlin is one hour ahead of the UK.
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