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Bremen Airport Mini Guide
Bremen Airport is found two miles south of the city of Bremen and is at a junction of various transport networks. 2.6 million passengers used the airport last year and this number is increasing annually. Parking is plentiful at Bremen – 4,500 spaces in total including dedicated spaces for women for their safety. The latest parking system guides arriving cars to the nearest available space by illuminated arrows.
19 airlines fly there including Ryanair from Dublin
, many of them seasonal and most of them chartered. Departing passengers need to remember there is a different approach road to Terminal E for Ryanair flights.
Getting to Your Destination From the Airport
The number 6 tram calls at the airport and takes passengers to the main railway station and bus station in the city. Trams leave every 10 minutes. Buses leave the airport to Groningen
in the Netherlands
whilst Bus2Fly takes passengers to Hamburg
. Luftibus can take you to Oldeburg. For the environmentally friendly, fit and with light baggage, you can hire a bicycle to cycle the 15 minute journey into the city.
For those collecting a pre-booked hire car at the airport, the car rental companies’ desks are found in the Car Rental Pavillion at Flughafenallee 22 opposite Terminal 2. It is recommended that you send a group member through to the desks after landing whilst other group members collect luggage. Leaving the airport you’ll need to take the A1 to Hamburg and Hannover whilst the A281 and B75 will take you to Oldeburg There’s an airport information desk for general airport enquiries in the public area together with a stand with tourist information that can offer leaflets on attractions in the area. The information desk is open between 7am and midnight on most days.
What if I Need Special Assistance?
- There are two branches of Deutsche Bank at the airport plus other foreign exchange companies. There are plenty of ATMs around the airport too.
- Shopping at Bremen is excellent and varied; the customary duty free shop is here selling alcohol, tobacco products, gifts and perfumery. Additionally there is a bookstore and newsagents, a hairdresser, spa and bakers which also sells hot drinks.
- Getting food at the airport is easy and of good quality. Try Cucina’s for Italian food or Punta Pasta. Café D’Oro sells light snacks and toasted paninis whilst Time Out sell cold snacks and sandwiches.
- There is a first aid station at the airport but you are advised to make contact with a member of staff if you need help to ensure that you are seen quickly.
- Wi-Fi facilities at Bremen Airport are provided by way of a T-Mobile Hot Spot.
- For lost items of luggage contact a staff member at the airline company’s desk.
The airport is very well equipped to deal with passengers with specific needs. The ‘Help Service’ is available with 48 hours’ notice and will provide meet and greet leading through the check in and boarding procedures. The airport’s documentation is available in braille and there are sensory paths through the various parts of the airport. The airport is fully compliant to EU law on disability provision and we advise travelers to notify the airport and their airline of any sepcific requirements so that the necessary provisions can be made.
05/05/12 - Many new routes have been introduced to Bremen Airport in 2012. Flights include new ones to other parts of Germany bringing domestic tourist traffic from for example; Baden Wurttemberg, three times a day as well as holiday flights returning from Bulgaria, Greece and Spain.