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Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Berlin

Flight information Newcastle to Berlin

Cheapest return price last month

£70

Direct airline

1

Flights per week

2

Average flight time, total distance 640 miles

2h 0min

Most popular airline last month

Sun-Air

Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld

2 airports

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Berlin Hotels

Michelberger Hotel

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Soho House Berlin

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Hotel Adlon Kempinski

14
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Radisson Blu Hotel

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This information is correct as of December 2015

Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Berlin

There are currently no direct flights from Newcastle to Berlin. Connecting flights are operated by KLM via Amsterdam, Air France via Paris and British Airways via London: all of these land at Berlin-Tegel Airport.

Terminal Information – Departing

Newcastle Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge is small but equipped with everything you might need before flying to Berlin. There are plenty of shops, including luxury brands like World Duty Free and Cuba Lily as well as high street names such as JD Sports and Accessorize. There's a WHSmith and a Boots, if you need to pick up any last-minute bits and pieces. Hungry travellers will find a fantastic selection of places to grab a bite. Have a quick coffee and cake from Starbucks or Greggs and enjoy a fast lunch at Burger King or Upper Crust. If you're in the mood for something more filling, the airport has two restaurants. The Cabin specialises in locally sourced food, while The Flying Hippo American Diner does a good line in burgers. If you just fancy a pre-flight tipple you can nip into The Beer House: it has an outdoor area for smokers. For a more relaxing experience you can check into the Aspire Lounge. Prices start at £21.99* per person. Inside you can enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi, complimentary refreshments, and a quiet place away from the hustle and bustle.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Tegel Airport only has one terminal, which can be a bit confusing to navigate. Buses and taxis are readily available outside. The transport you take will depend on which side of the city you're staying on. If your hotel is on the east-side (Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Neukoelln, Mitte) it's best to take the TXL JetExpress bus to the area's hub: Alexanderplatz. From here you can catch s-bahn trains, u-bahn trains and buses to your final destinations. If your hotel is in the west (Charlottenberg, Wilmersdorf,  Kurfürstendamm, Schoeneberg) take the X9 JetExpress Bus or the 109 bus to S+U Zoologischer Garten. This is the transport hub for the city's west side. Driving in Berlin is easy, as the roads are wide and well signposted. Remember to compare car hire at Berlin-Tegel Airport before you fly.

Practical Information

Valid passports are required for passengers travelling to Berlin from the UK. We recommend arriving at the airport about two hours before scheduled departure.

What to expect in Berlin

Berlin is a surprisingly wallet-friendly destination. You could easily enjoy lunch for less than a fiver, and you can pick up a beer for less than a Euro. The weather is more extreme than what you would get in Newcastle. During summer heat-waves the temperature can rise above 30° (perfect for enjoying the city's amazing parks) and during the winter temperatures often drop below freezing.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.