Lights in front of BER Tower
Lights in front of BER Tower


Europe grows together here

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The capital region is centrally located in Central Europe and at the same time close to the important growth markets in Central and Eastern Europe. Thanks to its excellent geostrategic position vis-à-vis European competitors, airlines and passengers alike benefit from shorter flight times to Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Asia.

Berlin is one of the great European city destinations for visitors from all over the world and one of the strongest inbound markets in Europe. With over 34 million overnight stays and more than 13.59 million guests in 2019, Berlin is number three in Europe after London and Paris.

Major east-west and north-south road and rail links run right through the capital region. For example, the E30 connects Western Europe with the growth markets in Eastern Europe and Europe's most important rail links Rome-Stockholm and Paris-Moscow intersect at Berlin's main railway station.

From Berlin Brandenburg Airport, the East German markets, Hanover and Hamburg as well as Western Poland are quickly and easily accessible. The airport's catchment area is correspondingly large. More than 10 million inhabitants reach the airports in less than two hours' travel time.

Berlin is easyJet's largest base outside the UK and an important location for Eurowings.

The advantages at a glance

  • Unique geostrategic location: transfer hub for Northern and Eastern Europe
  • Visitor magnet Berlin
  • More than 10 million inhabitants in the catchment area
  • Numerous opportunities for niche and long-haul markets

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Route potentials

Attractive opportunities for new routes

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