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Flights from Berlin Tegel

Berlin is the home to one of the busiest operating airports in Germany, so travellers wanting to explore far-off places in the world can do so right from this convenient hub.

 

Find out all the places you can fly to in one fell swoop, by typing the term ‘everywhere’ into the destination bar, and we’ll provide you with a complete list you can review it at your own leisure. Once you’ve settled on a route that takes your fancy, compare the flights on offer by a variety of parameters, such as by airline, price, itinerary, and number of connections.

 

Users can also employ our calendar feature that displays fares across the days of a month; a handy tool for forward planners and versatile travellers looking to secure a cheap flight. It is also useful for knowing when the routes are scheduled throughout the week, so you can plan your time off accordingly.

 

Finding flights from Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL)

 

The Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) is the newest airport serving the city of Berlin, and offers the most options in terms of international flights. The facility has been set only 8km from Berlin’s city centre, and passengers can get to the terminals via the metro, buses, or taxis.

 

Travellers from Berlin Tegel can fly directly to almost 100 destinations to cities in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, North America, and Europe.

 

Airberlin is the main carrier flying from this port, and covers most of the internal flights with Eurowings. For flights out of the country, you can also fly with airberlin, Lufthansa, SAS, Air France, S7, United, FlexFlight, Luxair, Iberia Express, TAP Portugal, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, Finnair, Aer Lingus, and Vueling.

 

Popular destinations from Berlin Tegel Airport

 

As a comprehensive hub, you can really fly to a lot of fantastic places, but it is worth starting in your own backyard. Domestic flights around Germany are perfect for weekend breaks as in just over an hour you can spend time in lovely regional cities like Saarbrücken (SCN) on the border of France, or the mighty Munich (MUC), an impressive Bavarian city, that boasts in its surrounds castles like the enchanting Neuschwanstein.

 

But as Germany is so central in Europe, most of the continent’s most beautiful cities can be reached in less than three hours. Such as Salzburg (SZG), the living breathing set of The Sound of Music, or Rome (FCO), where ancient sites and monuments are almost a dime a dozen, but each heritage building will stir your imagination anew -- no matter how many you see.

 

Spending more time on a plane can see you exploring the most beautiful isles and nations in the Caribbean, like the Dominican Republic (PUJ), where you can see one of the oldest cities in the New World, Santo Domingo, and tour the spectacular landscape, such as the Eastern National Park, where you can gaze at those perfect turquoise waters lapping white sandy shores. Or go for a completely different experience, like spending time in the fast-paced city of Chicago (ORD), one of the first cities in the world to adopt skyscrapers, but despite this, has always maintained its Midwestern charm.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

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