Press release

Published: 25 January 2023, 18:20

Normal flight operations to resume at BER on 26 January following warning strike

Increased passenger volume at times due to re-bookings

After no passenger traffic was possible at BER due to the warning strike on Wednesday, 25 January 2023, normal flight operations will resume at the start of operations on Thursday, 26 January 2023. The airport infrastructure will be fully available following the strike-related interruption.

There will be a temporarily increase in passenger traffic at Berlin Brandenburg Airport on Thursday because of flight cancellations and re-bookings from the strike day. More travellers are expected, especially in the morning and at midday. Passengers are asked to keep themselves informed in advance and to be at their terminal 2.5 hours before departure. Helpful tips for flight preparation are available online: Travel advice 

Travellers can use the security controls in both terminals regardless of their departure gate. Tips on how to prepare for speedy processing at the aviation security controls can be found on the airport website: Well prepared through security control

Airlines have cancelled isolated flights as a consequence of the warning strike. Passengers are therefore asked to check their flight status with their airline.

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