Direct flights to Berlin are available from all major European cities, making it an ideal airport to reach from anywhere in the world. Major airlines serving Berlin include Lufthansa, and British Airways. Berlin Tegel Airport is found to the north-west of the city which can be reached via Jet Express Bus, or via local buses which give you connections the U-Bahn train network after a short journey. Schönefeld Airport is found in the south-east of Berlin; from here, passengers can travel the city centre by Express Bus or via local buses which also join up with the U-Bahn train network. Taxi services are also available from both airports, 24 hours a day.
How to get from Berlin Tegel to the city centre: Travellers landing at Tegel airport need to catch a bus into the city centre, which takes around 25 minutes. There are no trains running from Tegel, but if you need to get on the overground train (S-Bahn) then you can change after just 2 stops on the TXL bus, alighting at Beusselstraße S-Bahn Station .
Schönefeld Airport has more transport options than Tegel, although it takes around 40 minutes to reach the centre. If you take the RE7 it will be faster. You can take the S-Bahn from the airport platform to easily get into the city centre.