Exklusive Business Area
The great strength of BER is, in addition to its central location in the Centre of Europe, that the way international standards are short. By train to the desk, the shortest route is around 50 meters. The station is located directly under the main hall and is unique in Germany. It has two platforms for long-distance and regional services, which is secured by ICE trains and the RER.
Express buses can stop directly in front of the doors of the Terminal, while the other buses in second track and passengers cross the road still, need.
In the immediate vicinity of the airport, there are four car parks: the short stay car park P2, the outside parking P1 and P6, the parking garage P4 and the P3 car park for buses. The former is intended for short parking, for example, for people who support relatives or friends to the airport. The first 10 minutes are free, but then the parking charged a purse with 3 euro per 20 minutes. The maximum rate for 24 hours parking is 60 euros. One is active as a taxi or prefers otherwise with your own car to drive, you can turn off his car while on vacation on the parking lots P1 and P6 and parking garage P4.
However, there are differences in the rates between the car parks: for role-play parking outdoor parking P1 advisable, it turns off his car all day or several weeks, P6 outdoor parking is convenient because both the maximum rate for 24 hours and the fare for several weeks is significantly lower than in P1.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport
"A major airport for Berlin", or "From three make one!" At Berlin's changing history, it is not surprising that air transport not concentrated as in other cities on a hub, but distributed at three airports. After the reunification, it was however decided that the German capital Gets an airport, is worthy of her: a hub, which brings together the movements of Tegel, Tempelhof and Schoenefeld and developed into a hub between East and West.
Schönefeld should be expanded to the airport Berlin Brandenburg
international, short BER. The required closing of Tegel and Tempelhof was written in the operating licence of BER. Thus, the fear that the project of a large airport by the existence of two other, competing with him airports to failure is doomed, should be given out.
This plan was in 1996 and supported by judicial decisions. Resistance was formed against the planned closure of the emblematic airport in 2008: landed during the Berlin
blockade the so-called Raisin in Tempelhof and thereby ensured the supply of the closed city.