Berlin Brandenburg Airport railway station

Berlin Brandenburg Airport (German: Bahnhof Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg) is a future railway station located under the terminal of Berlin Brandenburg Airport, Germany. The train services will be operated by Deutsche Bahn.

Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg

Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2

View of the platform tracks 2-3
12259 Schönefeld
Coordinates52°21′52.81″N 13°30′38.88″E
Owned byDeutsche Bahn
Operated by
Platforms3 island platforms
Tracks6 (2 S-Bahn, 4 Regional/long distance)
Other information
Station code8192
DS100 codeBFBI/BFBB (S-Bahn)[1]
Fare zoneVBB
  Future service as of 31 October 2020  
Preceding station   DB Fernverkehr   Following station
towards Warnemünde
IC 17
via Berlin
reverses out
towards Dresden
Preceding station   DB Regio Nordost   Following station
toward Dessau Hbf
RE 7
via Berlin
toward Berlin Hbf
RE 9
via Berlin Ostkreuz
toward Nauen
RB 14
via Berlin
RB 22
via Potsdam
Preceding station   Berlin S-Bahn   Following station
toward Spandau
S 9Terminus
toward Südkreuz
S 45Terminus
Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg
Location within Brandenburg
Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg
Location within Germany
Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg
Location within Europe


The station is located in a 3.1 km long tunnel, on the Glasower Damm Ost–Bohnsdorf Süd railway and the Grünauer Kreuz–Berlin Brandenburg Airport railway, both of which branch off the Berlin–Görlitz railway; the Glasower Damm Ost–Bohnsdorf Süd railway also branched off the Berlin outer ring. It is in the municipal territory of Schönefeld, just outside Berlin. It will replace Schönefeld as the airport station after the merging of Berlin Schönefeld Airport into the new airport.


Due to delays in the construction of the airport it is not yet known when the airport will open, in 2014 this was announced as possibly in 2016.[3] In 2016 a new estimate for the opening of the airport and station was made for 2018 or 2019, at the latest.[4]

The station will be served by Berlin S-Bahn, Regional-Express, InterCity and Intercity-Express services. The station lies directly under the airport terminal and has six platforms. Two of these are terminating platforms for the S-Bahn lines S45 and S9.[5]

Construction of the station began in 2007 and the construction of the tunnels was completed on 25 June 2009. The station was handed over to Deutsche Bahn on 30 March 2010 and has been electrified since 7 June 2011.[6][7]

The public clients agreed to pay a fixed price of 285 million euros, although the actual construction cost was well below that number.[8]

The Airport will be connected with Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Berlin main station) by the RE 9 Airport Express, with a journey time of 29 minutes.

While the airport is not in operation, empty trains are running through the tunnels to drive out humidity.[9]

Train services

The station will be served by the following service(s):[5][10]

  • Regional services RE 7 Dessau – Bad Belzig – Michendorf – Berlin – Berlin Brandenburg Airport – Wünsdorf-Waldstadt
  • Regional services RE 9 Berlin - Berlin Brandeburg Airport
  • Local services RB 14 Nauen – Falkensee – Berlin – Berlin Brandenburg Airport – Königs Wusterhausen – Senftenberg
  • Local services RB 22 Potsdam – Golm – Saarmund – Berlin Brandenburg Airport
  • S-Bahn services S45 Berlin Brandenburg Airport - Schönweide - Neukölln - Südkreuz
  • S-Bahn services S9 Berlin Brandenburg Airport - Schönweide – Ostbahnhof – Alexanderplatz – Hauptbahnhof – Westkreuz – Spandau

A limited number of long distance and international services will also call at the station:

  • Intercity Express services Hanover - Berlin - Berlin Brandenburg Airport
  • Intercity services Amsterdam - Amersfoort - Hengelo - Osnabrück - Hanover - Berlin - Berlin Brandenburg Airport
  • Intercity services Münster - Osnabrück - Hanover - Berlin - Berlin Brandenburg Airport

See also


  1. Eisenbahnatlas Deutschland (German railway atlas) (2017 ed.). Schweers + Wall. 2017. ISBN 978-3-89494-146-8.
  2. "Stationspreisliste 2020" [Station price list 2020] (PDF) (in German). DB Station&Service. 4 November 2019. Retrieved 15 November 2019.
  3. "BER öffnet vielleicht erst 2016" [BER opens maybe in 2016]. Berliner Zeitung (in German). 24 February 2014. Retrieved 2012-08-06.
  4. "Mehdorn plant den Abflug Spätestens 2019 soll der BER eröffnen" [Mehdorn seeks movers for shift to BER 2019 at latest]. Die Tageszeitung. 17 August 2014. Retrieved 19 August 2014.
  5. Berlin Brandenburg Airport station on "S-Bahn Berlin GMBH" website Archived October 14, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
  6. (in German) Infos on the Berliner Parliament website
  7. (in German) Infos at the Bundestag website
  10. (in German) Berlin Brandenburg Airport: structure and transport services

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