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New autobahn traffic signs for the Berlin Brandenburg Airport


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8 months before the inauguration of the Berlin Brandenburg Airport

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Air Berlin announced to connect Berlin (TXL/BER) and L.A. (LAX) in May 2012 ....
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Air Berlin announced to connect Berlin (TXL/BER) and L.A. (LAX) in May 2012 ....
great news! i have been waiting for a berlin nonstop for the longest!
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The light concept of the future Berlin Brandenburg Airport is installed. Opening date 03 June 2012 !


Quelle: Alexander Obst/Marion Schmieding - Berlin Airports


Quelle: Alexander Obst/Marion Schmieding - Berlin Airports[/QUOTE]


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So typically German. I love it.
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Lufthansa plans for BER from June 3, 2012 when the new airport opens. The largest German carrier increases the number of destinations from 8 to 38.

Lufthansa Network, Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (BER),
Summer 2012

Germany
Frankfurt (FRA) Lufthansa
München (MUC) Lufthansa,Germanwings
Düsseldorf (DUS) Lufthansa
Köln/Bonn (CGN) Lufthansa,Germanwings
Nürnberg (NUE) Lufthansa
Stuttgart (STR) Lufthansa,Germanwings
Sylt (GWT) Lufthansa new

Europe
Barcelona (BCN) Lufthansa new
Bastia (BIA) Lufthansa new
Bergen (BGO) Lufthansa new
Birmingham (BHX) Lufthansa new
Bologna (BLQ) Lufthansa new
Brüssel (BRU) Brussels Airlines
Bukarest (OTP) Lufthansa new
Catania (CTA) Lufthansa new
Dubrovnik (DBV) Lufthansa new
Genf (GVA) Lufthansa new
Helsinki (HEL) Lufthansa new
Heraklion (HER) Germanwings
Istanbul (IST) Lufthansa new
Izmir (ADB) Lufthansa new
London (LHR) Lufthansa
Lyon (LYS) Lufthansa new
Maastricht (MST) Germanwings
Mailand (LIN) Lufthansa new
Málaga (AGP) Lufthansa new
Manchester (MAN) Lufthansa new
Moskau (VKO) Lufthansa new (new airport)
Nizza (NCE) Lufthansa new
Palma de Mallorca (PMI) Lufthansa new
Paris (CDG) Lufthansa
Priština (PRN) Germanwings
Pula (PUY) Germanwings
Reykjavik (KEV) Lufthansa new
Rom (FCO) Lufthansa new
Split (SPU) Lufthansa new
Stockholm (ARN) Lufthansa new
Valencia (VLC) Lufthansa new
Wien (VIE) Lufthansa new, Austrian Airlines
Zadar (ZAD) Lufthansa new
Zagreb (ZAG) Lufthansa new
Zürich (ZRH) Swiss

Middle East
Beirut (BEY) Lufthansa new
Tel Aviv (TLV) Lufthansa new

Star Alliance Partner destinations
Newark/USA (EWR) United/Continental
Athen (ATH) Aegean Airlines
Kopenhagen (CPH) SAS
Kairo (CAI) Egyptair
Warschau (WAW) LOT Polish Airlines

Double Service Lufthansa / Star Alliance Partner
Barcelona (BCN) Spanair
Dubrovnik (DBV) Croatia Airlines
Helsinki (HEL) Blue 1
Istanbul (IST) Turkish Airlines
Split (SPU) Croatia Airlines
Stockholm (ARN) SAS


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Lufthansa expansion data for BER JUN2012


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The airport is nice, but it seems like BER will be the equivalent of PHX: a huge airport that really only serves the domestic market (or, in this case, Europe).

It's hard to believe that Berlin, and surrounding Eastern Germany, couldn't support a nonstop flight to places like Hong Kong, Tokyo, Chicago, Singapore, Bangkok, Seoul, Atlanta, etc. Is Berlin not as worldly as we think it is?
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Bangkok (Air Berlin)
Beijing (Hainan Airlines)
Beirut (Lufthansa)
Cairo (Egyptair)
Casablanca (Royal Air Maroc)
Damascua (Syrian Air)
Doha (Qatar Airways)
Dubai (Air Berlin)
Los Angeles (Air Berlin)
Mombasa (Air Berlin)
Newark (United Airlines)
New York-JFK (Air Berlin, Delta Airlines)
Tel Aviv (El Al, Israir, Lufthansa)
Tunis (Tunisair)
Ulaanbaatar (MIAT Mongolian Airlines)

And as a future Oneworld Hub, chances are that it will get new connections such as Chicago & Dallas (American Airlines), Tokyo (Japan Airlines) and Hong Kong (Cathay Pacific) in the near future.
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About the new Corporate Design at BER

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The airport is nice, but it seems like BER will be the equivalent of PHX: a huge airport that really only serves the domestic market (or, in this case, Europe).

It's hard to believe that Berlin, and surrounding Eastern Germany, couldn't support a nonstop flight to places like Hong Kong, Tokyo, Chicago, Singapore, Bangkok, Seoul, Atlanta, etc. Is Berlin not as worldly as we think it is?
Well the problem is that there is no real need for another Hub in Germany. Lufthansa has Frankfurt as its primary hub and Munich as secondary, Air Berlin has Düsseldorf as its main hub, but i think they announced to make Berlin their secondary hub, which is not bringing that much international connections though. Still, Berlin, in theory, could be serving as Germany´s north-east hub and should also be interesting for travelers to and from Poland, which is quite close... so lets see....
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This airport looks like it will be awesome. It's great that it will have direct rail connections, too. Thanks for posting this thread, Lear.

@Alchemist Redux: I would assume it's not because Berlin isn't an important city, because it is probably Germany's most important city, but rather because Frankfurt takes the cake for Germany's airport. If you are from Chicago and traveling to Berlin, you go to Frankfurt (or perhaps Amsterdam) and connect flights or take the ICE or other rail transport.
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Germany and Italy are decentralised - the capitals are not the economic centres. Contrast with the UK and France - Paris and London dominate politically as well as economically.

if Air Berlin started flying to Singapore they'd get a massive feed from Qantas to all the big 5 mainland Australia state capitals + Darwin and Cairns on Jetstar.
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This airport looks like it will be awesome. It's great that it will have direct rail connections, too. Thanks for posting this thread, Lear.

@Alchemist Redux: I would assume it's not because Berlin isn't an important city, because it is probably Germany's most important city, but rather because Frankfurt takes the cake for Germany's airport. If you are from Chicago and traveling to Berlin, you go to Frankfurt (or perhaps Amsterdam) and connect flights or take the ICE or other rail transport.
Berlin is the political center of Germany, but it trails Frankfurt, Munich, the Rhine-Ruhr Area and Hamburg as a center of business and commerce. Also, Berlin has a peripheral location within Germany. Being located within the most sparsely populated part of Germany, its domestic market simply isn't that big.

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its domestic market simply isn't that big.
Don´t worry, Berlin is one of the most visited cities on the globe, there is a lot of incoming traffic.

The Berlin Brandenburg Airport is getting a green Plaza ....





First passenger activities are simulated ....(including a glimpse on wooden check in terminals)


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