Daily Car Hire Rates in Berlin Airport
*daily rates in Berlin Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Berlin Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Berlin Tegel Airport is also known as Otto Lilienthal Airport.
- It’s 5 miles north west of the city centre.
- Last year it saw 15 million passengers use its services.
- The airport will close next year when Berlin-Brandenburg Airport opens.
- The site was the base of a Prussian Airship Battalion in the early 20th century.
Nearest Petrol Stations to Berlin Airport
See the nearest petrol stations to Berlin Airport below, we recommend you plan head before you return the car to Berlin Airport to avoid any Refueling fees.
Berlin Tegel Airport Mini Guide
Berlin Tegel is an area of Germany which is best known for being the location of Berlin Tegel Airport. Located on the shores of Lake Tegel, Berlin Tegel is part of Reinickendorf, a German borough. Sights to see there include a Renaissance Palace known as Tegel Palace which has some of the best German architecture you could hope to see. Berlin Tegel is also infamous for having the largest prison in Germany with more than one and a half thousand inmates. Berlin is a huge city so of course we have car hire in Berlin as well as our exceptional range of affordable vehicles at the airport. Book with us online for low prices.
Berlin Tegel Airport is a large airport and it has 5 main terminals which are denoted by the letters A, B, C, D and E. Major carriers that operate from the airport include TUI Fly and Lufthansa both of whom operate an early check in service in the evening, we recommend you check details before you fly. Terminal C only is used almost exclusively by Air Berlin. Berlin Tegel Airport is also called Otto Lilienthal Airport and with around 14.5 million passengers using it annually - it makes it one of Germany's busiest airports.
This passenger traffic has doubled since the 1990s. The airport is to be closed in 2012 to make way for the new and improved facility Berlin Brandenburg international Airport.
Latest Update from Berlin Airport:
– Berlin’s airports has seen a dramatic rise in passenger numbers. Over 3 million more passengers travelled via Schoenefeld or Tegel airport in 2016 compared to 2015.
- On the 2nd June, Tegel Airport will close and nearly 16m passengers will have to rethink their travel plans to include flights to the new Brandenburg airport which will open on the same day.