Daily Car Hire Rates in Brandenburg Airport
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Brandenburg Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Brandenburg Airport is a new airport due to open in June 2012 and will be named after the former president Willy Brandt
- The airport, eleven miles from the centre of Berlin, will replace the three current airports that serve the city
- Handling an estimated 30 to 50m passengers a year, Brandenburg Airport is expected to be Germany’s third busiest airport
Nearest Petrol Stations to Brandenburg Airport
See the nearest petrol stations to Brandenburg Airport below, we recommend you plan head before you return the car to Brandenburg Airport to avoid any Refueling fees.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport Mini Guide
Why do People Book to fly to Brandenburg Airport?
People accessing Berlin for tourism or business travel choose Brandenburg Airport. After years of confusion over which is the best airport to use for accessing the German capital, all have been combined into one brand new, mega-airport found eleven miles from the city centre. Berlin has many monuments of note; from the remains of the Berlin Wall to the fabulous Brandenburg Gate and a culture and vibrancy all of its own.
What is the Airport Like?
It is going to be huge and expandable with initially one midfield terminal having the potential for two satellite arms should demand require it. Access to the city will be eased by the inclusion of a stop on the Berlin underground whilst above ground transportation includes bus transfers, taxis and hire cars. Most scheduled and charter flights will be able to use air bridges to access the terminal but budget airlines will use a dedicated pier from the terminal with a walkway and stairs to the aircraft.
What will the Facilities at Brandenburg Airport be Like?
Several big name shops have contracted space at the airport with the number of retail outlets expected to top fifty. A range of chain restaurants, cafes and take away outlets have also taken space in the airport. There will be several banks and currency exchange facilities as well as plenty of ATMs located around the airport.
Latest Update from Brandenburg Airport:
- We're less than a month away from the opening of Berlin's newest airport; Brandenburg Airport. Built on the site of the former Schonefeld Airport, the practice runs have been successful and the airport is now on schedule to take over from Tegel and Schonefeld Airports on the 2nd of June.