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Flight information London to Berlin
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 922 kilometres
Most popular airline last month
Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld
Frequently asked questions
Which airlines fly from London to Berlin?
You can take direct flights from London to Berlin airports with 4 airlines:
- British Airways flights from London City or Heathrow to Berlin Tegel
- easyJet flights from London Gatwick or Luton to Berlin Shoenefeld or Tegel
- eurowings flights from London Heathrow to Tegel
- Ryanair flights from London Stansted to Shoenefeld
Connecting flights with a layover at another airport can sometimes be cheaper.
Is there a time difference between London and Berlin?
Yes. Berlin and all of Germany is 1 hour ahead of London and the UK.
What is the weather like in Berlin?
Berlin is a little cooler than London, the average temperature for January even dropping below freezing at the height of winter. Spring and summer (May to September) are still very comfortable for outdoor pursuits though, July being the warmest month at 18°C.
How expensive is Berlin?
Essential travel information for Berlin
- Australian citizens don't need a visa for Germany if you'll be staying for 90 days or less.
- Germany is considered a safe place to travel, but it's still a good idea to check for any travel alerts before you go.
Departing from London
Direct flights from London to Berlin may begin at any of the following airports:
- London City (LCY)
- London Gatwick (LGW)
- London Heathrow (LHR)
- London Luton (LTN)
- London Stansted (STN)
It's essential that you check your reservation and go to the right airport, as there may not be time to correct a mistake due to the travel times involved.
It's recommended that you arrive at London airports 3 hours before flights to Berlin, so you'll have enough time to check in, complete security screening and make your way to the departure gate.
Arriving in Berlin
Flights from London to Berlin may arrive at either of Berlin's airports:
Berlin Tegel is the main airport serving Germany's capital, while Schoenefeld caters to low-cost carriers and has fewer facilities.
Although Tegel is closer to the city, Schoenefeld has the advantage of a rail connection. This makes travel times similar from both airports to central Berlin hotels. You can also take buses, taxis or hire a car from Berlin Tegel or Schoenefeld.
Return flights from Berlin to London
Check which airport your return flight departs from so you don't have a last-minute panic. Berlin Tegel has a wider selection of restaurants, shops and other passenger facilities compared to Berlin Schoenefeld, making it a nicer place to spend the time waiting for your flight.
Read more information and advice about flights from Berlin to London.
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Please note: all information is correct as of January 2019.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.