Train Transfers To and From Brandenburg Berlin Airport

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Berlin Brandenburg International Airport Train Transfers

From the 31st October 2020 Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport will open its new Terminal 1 officially, although flights for the winter season will begin from 25th October onwards. From then on the old Berlin Schöneberg Airport (SFX) will form Terminal 5 of the new BER Brandenburg Airport. The Terminal 1 layout allows airport operators to offer ground train transportation from an underground station right below the new building. S-Bahn trains and Regional trains leave from Level U2.

S-Bahn trains from lines S9 and S45 leave regularly from this station, as do Deutsche Bahn Regional trains RE7, RE9, RB14 and RB22. S-Bahn trains run every 20 minutes to Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Berlin Central Train Station). The trip into Downtown Berlin takes only 30 minutes. S-Bahn trains also link the terminals 1, 2 and 5 at BER, a trip from T1 to T5 takes just 8 minutes.

Berlin Hauptbahnhof (www.bahnhof.de ) is located at Europaplatz 1, 10557 Berlin (tel +49 30 297 1055). If you want to leave your belongings at the station and explore Berlin's city center before travelling onwards: the station has convenient lockers in all sizes for your bags and suitcases available.

To travel from Berlin Brandenburg Airport by train into Downtown Berlin you need a ticket that covers zones ABC. You can buy a variety of ticket options from vending machines at the Terminal 1 station. Single tickets from BER to Berlin Hauptbahnhof or similar central stops within the city's ABC zone cost from 1.90 euros per person. Kids aged 0 to 5 go free. The ticket is valid on all public transportation options, including buses, although not city tour buses. Terminal 5, currently still called Berlin Schöneberg Airport, lies in travel zone C.

Once you've purchased your ticket and boarded an S-Bahn train, you must validate your ticket by using one of the small machines on the train.

Tourist Tickets for Train Travel from Berlin Brandenburg Airport

A Berlin Joy Card is valid for a whole day and great for exploring Berlin by train and on foot. It starts from 19.00 euros. A Berlin City Tour Card starts from 19.90 euros and offers a little more value.

The best deal is the Welcome Card Plus, which includes FREE admittance to the Museum Island attractions as well as giving 25 to 50% discounts on many other entrance fees. A 72-hour option costs 55.00 euros for zones ABC and 51.00 euros for AB zones only.

A regular Welcome Card bought at BER for a 48-hour period, and including a trip to Potsdam, costs 28.00 euros. If you choose zone AB only, the Welcome Card costs 23.00 euros. 72-hour cards cost 38.00 euros, covering zones ABC and Potsdam return trips.

For full ticket prices, please see: https://sbahn.berlin/en/tickets. For travel times on Deutsche Bahn, please visit www.flughafenexpress.deutschebahn.com, which shows airport express train times for trains stopping only at Gesundbrunnen and Ostkreuz (ca 15 minutes from Terminal 1).

Which Train services/routes have stops at Brandenburg Berlin Airport?

S45

Train Service Operated By S-Bahn Berlin GmbH

Flughafen BER Terminal 1-2
S Schöneweide Bhf (Berlin)

S45

Train Service Operated By S-Bahn Berlin GmbH

S Schöneweide Bhf (Berlin)
Flughafen BER Terminal 1-2

RB10

Train Service Operated By DB Regio AG

Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2
S+U Berlin Hauptbahnhof
Nauen, Bahnhof
S Spandau Bhf (Berlin)

RB24

Train Service Operated By DB Regio AG Nordost

RB10

Train Service Operated By DB Regio AG Nordost

Nauen, Bahnhof
Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2
S Spandau Bhf (Berlin)
S+U Berlin Hauptbahnhof
Falkensee, Bahnhof

RB24

Train Service Operated By DB Regio AG

Where are the Train Stops at Brandenburg Berlin Airport?

Train Station Name Latitude Longitude View on Map
Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2 52.364062 13.509307 View
Map of Train Stops at Brandenburg Berlin Airport