Cheap Flights from London to Berlin in 2019
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- Mon, Nov 11STNSXFThu, Nov 21SXFSTNRyanairDirectfrom $31
- Tue, Nov 12STNSXFThu, Nov 21SXFSTNRyanairDirectfrom $34
- Mon, Nov 11STNSXFFri, Nov 22SXFSTNRyanairDirectfrom $34
Flight information London to Berlin
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Average flight time, total distance 572 miles
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Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld
Frequently asked questions
Thinking about flying from London to Germany's capitol and largest city? Don't miss the rich history and culture of Berlin. Here's what you need to know before you go.
Airport Options for Flying Out of London
London is home to the busiest airport system in the world. There are six London airports. The three main ones are Heathrow (LHR), Gatwick (LGW), and Stansted (STN). Each has unique options for non-stop flights to Berlin.
There are two airports serving Berlin, Germany: Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) and Berlin Schonefeld (SXF). Berlin Tegel is the larger of the two.
Heathrow Airport is the busiest in the London area. It's located 15 miles west of London. You can get a direct flight from Heathrow to Berlin Tegel Airport from Eurowings, British Airways, and AirBerlin. Eurowings departs from terminal 2, while British Airways and AirBerlin use terminal 5.
Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport in London, about 28 miles south of the city. You can catch a direct flight from Gatwick to Berlin Schonefeld from Easy Jet Airlines. This airline departs from Gatwick's North Terminal.
The third busiest airport in London is Stansted. It's located about 39 miles north of the city. You can get a non-stop flight from Stansted to Berlin Schonefeld from Ryanair.
Since London to Berlin is an international flight, it's a good idea to get to the airport three hours before your scheduled take-off. U.S. citizens need a valid passport to enter Germany. If you're staying in Germany less than 90 days, you don't need a travel visa.
Arriving in Berlin
If you've flown to Berlin Tegel Airport, you'll be around seven miles from Berlin's city center. Berlin Schonefeld is 14 miles from downtown Berlin. After passing through customs, you'll want to secure some ground transportation. Berlin has a public bus system that can help you easily get into the city. You can catch a taxi from either airport. You could also get a rental car (called car hire service in Germany). If you opt to drive a rental car, be aware that they do drive on the right side of the road, just like the U.S. You can drive in Germany if you have a U.S. Driver's License. However, most rental cars in Germany have a stick shift. You will also need to learn the meanings of German road signs.
Time and Weather in Berlin
Berlin is in the Central European Time Zone, while London is on Greenwich Mean Time in the fall and winter, and British Summer Time (like daylight savings time) in the spring and summer. Berlin is one hour ahead of London.
Berlin's weather is similar to temperate areas of the U.S. Berlin has cold winters, with snow and temperatures below freezing. They also have hot summers, with temperatures around 85°F. The rainy season is during summer, so pack an umbrella if you're traveling during June, July, or August.
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