Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s flight schedule will change from summer to winter, coinciding with the clocks changing to winter time, on Sunday, 30 October. 122 destinations are on the winter flight schedule at BER in the 2022/2023 season. Destinations in 50 countries are served by 65 airlines.
Trips to European metropolises are hugely popular this winter with Amsterdam, Zurich, Paris, London and Vienna as the most popular destinations. A look at the favourites shows that the UK takes the top spot but with Spain, Italy, Turkey and France close behind the Mediterranean still has a certain allure over the winter months.
In addition to European destinations, long-haul trips are once again attracting more passengers this winter. Qatar Airways is increasing its connections to the Qatari capital Doha and is operating the route several times on some weekdays. FTI is also offering flights to the sun-drenched shores of the Arabian Peninsula again this winter. Smartlynx flies to Dubai three times a week on behalf of the tour operator. In South-East Asia, Scoot is flying daily to the metropolis of Singapore, and in East Asia, Hainan connects China with BER on a weekly basis. In the USA, the Big Apple region is connected to BER with United Airlines to Newark and NORSE to New York. And for those who would prefer to spend winter on the beach on the American East Coast, there’s a non-stop flight to Fort Lauderdale near Miami with NORSE from 7 December.
New for this winter flight schedule and back at BER is Ryanair’s route to Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The British airline Jet2 also has connections back on the flight schedule. It serves three cities in England – Birmingham, Leeds and Newcastle.
Aletta von Massenbach, Chief Executive Officer of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH: “BER can offer people from our region a good mix of attractive destinations this winter. European metropolises, warm weather destinations in the Mediterranean and long-haul destinations in Asia and America are on the flight schedule. The connections also provide tourists from all over the world with attractive travel options to the capital region. At the same time, these connections to European and worldwide metropolises are economically significant and connect Berlin, Brandenburg and all of eastern Germany with political and economic centres around the globe.”
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