Cheap Flights from Glasgow to Berlin
Flight information Glasgow to Berlin
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Average flight time, total distance 756 miles
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Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld
Flights from Glasgow to Berlin
This information is correct as of October 2015
Airlines that fly from Glasgow to Berlin
EasyJet and Ryanair both provide direct flights from Glasgow to Berlin. Both airlines fly from Glasgow International Airport and arrive to Berlin Schoenefeld Airport.
Glasgow International Airport
Glasgow International Airport advises passengers on flights to Berlin to arrive at the airport at least two hours before their scheduled flight departure time. There are two check-in areas at the airport, one in the main terminal building, where EasyJet passengers can check-in, and one in the smaller Terminal 2, where Ryanair passengers can check-in. The two check-in areas are connected by a walkway. Once Ryanair passengers have checked-in they will find security and the departures lounge in the main terminal. Alternatively, online and mobile check in are both provided by Easyjet and Ryanair for those that wish to check in in advance. Bag drop desks are available for those with hold luggage but if you’re travelling with just hand luggage you can go straight to security.
There are a number of facilities available for passengers at Glasgow International Airport. Free Wi-Fi is available for up to 30 minutes and then charged at £3* per hour. In the departures lounge, there is a good selection of eating, drinking and shopping outlets along with a Travelex currency exchange.
Shops include WHSmith, Boots, Accessorize, Swarovski, Victoria’s Secret and a duty free store. Passengers can take advantage of a Shop & Collect service whereby they leave bulky or fragile store purchases at the airport to collect upon their return. For food and drink, passengers can choose from Eat, Starbucks, Frankie & Benny’s and a Wetherspoon pub.
The airport also boasts a premium lounge, available for a fee, offering complimentary refreshments and a quiet space in which to spend the time before your flight.
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport is situated 18 kilometres from Berlin city centre. The airport has four terminals. Both EasyJet and Ryanair arrive to Terminal A, the biggest terminal, offering a selection of facilities.
The arrivals hall is home to an airport information desk where you can find out about transport options and a tourist information desk where you can find out about local attractions. There are also cafés, convenience stores, cash machines and a currency exchange.
All transport options are located outside the terminal building. Car hire desks, a taxi rank, buses and trains are all easily accessed from Terminal A. Local buses and the S-Bahn train are both accessed via a covered walkway. Various buses head from the airport into the city centre but if you’re not familiar with Berlin, the easiest option is either the S-Bahn or regional trains. The Airport Express train is the quickest option, taking just 30 minutes to reach the city centre.
What to Expect in Berlin
Berlin is a city of distinct seasons. Summers are warm and pleasant with temperatures in the mid-twenties. Berlin winters are fairly cold and, from December to February, there’s a good chance of snow and freezing temperatures.
Berlin is a much cheaper city than Glasgow, particularly if you’re planning on eating out and scoping out the nightlife. A mid-range three course meal for two costs around €40.00*, a bottle of beer costs €3.00* and a decent bottle of wine from the supermarket just €5.00*. Travel on public transport works out roughly the same in the two cities but you may find travelling by taxi in Berlin a little more expensive.
Berlin is one hour ahead of the UK.
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