Shoenefeld is an international airport in Germany, the second airport in Berlin. It is located near the city of the same name, and the distance to the center of Berlin is 18 kilometers. The history of the airport began in 1934 with the construction of the Henschel plant. Until the end of World War II, here were constructed 3 runways and more than 14 thousand aircraft. For a long time, the airport received domestic and charter flights. The situation changed in 2003, when low-cost airlines started flying here. Shoenefeld has 4 terminals: Terminal A is for Ryanair flights, Terminal B is for EasyJet, Terminal C is for special flights, and Terminal D is universal. The annual passenger traffic is 12.9 million people (data for 2017). The airport accepts flights of more than 20 airlines, including Ryanair, Wizz Air, Aeroflot, and others. It is the hub for Easy Jet and Ryanair.
Information about Berlin Schoenefeld airport
Address: Germany, Berlin
IATA code: SXF
Phone number: 0180 5000 186
Local time: +1 GMT
ICAO code: EDDB
The cheapest tickets to Berlin Schoenefeld are in December.
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The cheapest way to fly to Berlin Schoenefeld is on Saturday, and the most expensive tickets are on Sunday.
The distance from Berlin Schoenefeld to the center of Berlin is 17 km.
On average, Berlin Schoenefeld serves 36 flights per day.
The airplanes of such airlines as jetBlue (B6), Spirit Airlines (NK), TAP (TP), Alaska Airlines (AS), Aeroflot (SU), Lufthansa (LH), United (UA), Aeromexico (aerm) (AM), British Airways (BA), Air Canada (AC), Allegiant Air, Aer Lingus (EI), EgyptAir (MS), Frontier Airlines (F9), Norwegian (DY) fly to Berlin Schoenefeld.