whimsical airplane with dotted line trail behind

Cheap flights to
Berlin (BER)

Save hundreds on your next flight with deals on highly rated airlines.

Flights to Berlin (BER) overview

Going searches for the best fares and sends members deals bookable 1-12 months in advance. Going members save approximately 30% compared to normal flight prices to Berlin (BER).

Cheapest Going deal


Average price roundtrip


Average Going deal price roundtrip


Best month to fly

Going found the most deals with travel dates in January.


Worst month to fly

Going found the least deals with travel dates in July.


Top tips for finding a cheap flight to Berlin (BER)

Book in the Goldilocks Window

While there is no one day of the week when flight prices suddenly drop, there is a time period when flights tend to be cheaper. This period is not too far away from your trip but not too close either. We call it the Goldilocks Window, and it falls 1–3 months before a domestic trip and 2–8 months before an international trip.

If you’re planning to travel during peak season, it’s best to look on the earlier side. For example, if you plan to visit Berlin in July, you should start looking for flights in November the year prior. Last-minute deals are few and far between during busy seasons, with fare jumps happening 21, 14, and 7 days before departure dates. It’s best to not delay and book before those points if at all possible.

Use the Greek Islands Trick

Over the years, we’ve come up with a trick to reach the expensive Greek islands, but the good news is that it can be used all over Europe. The point of the Greek Islands Trick is to get as close to your final destination for the cheapest price possible, then find a cheap budget airline flight or other mode of transit for the last leg.

If you really want to fly from Atlanta to Berlin in July, you may be looking at a price tag of $800 or more. Instead, check out fares to Munich, London, Paris, or any other European city. Once you find a great deal, look for flights or train tickets from that city to Berlin. It involves a little more work, but it can save you a ton of money. And if you take the train, you could see more sights during your trip.

Search alternative departure airports

This is like the Greek Islands Trick but for departures. Again, let’s say you want to fly from Atlanta to Berlin, but prices are crazy expensive. Most people living near Atlanta likely don’t think to look for flights from other airports. Why would they when the world’s busiest airport is right there? Remember: We see amazing deals from airports all over the country, and even Atlanta residents can benefit from looking elsewhere.

For example, New York and Miami offer direct flights to Berlin. If you see a cheap fare from one of those airports, it could be worth looking for a $150 flight from Atlanta to New York.

Fly when it’s cheaper

The cheapest time to visit Berlin is during the winter, when it can be dark and cold. However, there are tons of indoor things to do in Berlin, and if you don’t mind cold weather, this can be a great time to visit to save money.

We love traveling during shoulder seasons, the periods tucked on either side of a destination’s busy season. That’s April to early June and mid-September through October in Berlin. You’ll still get nice weather, plus prices are cheaper and there aren’t as many tourists.

If you do plan to travel during the summer, be sure to look at fares on what are generally the cheapest days to fly: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. No surprise, Fridays and Sundays are consistently the most expensive days to fly.

Set alerts for specific trips

You don’t have to tell us twice that searching for airfare as it changes is hard work. The good news is that there are easy ways for technology to do it for you.

Set up fare alerts for your travel dates, creating multiple alerts if your dates or airports are flexible. Do this well in advance of the Goldilocks Window we talked about before so you can see prices fall during that time.

Berlin is well connected to Europe and North Africa. Visitors from the rest of the world, with the exception of New York and Miami, will have to make at least one connection.

Frequently asked questions about flying to Berlin (BER)

What is the airport code for Berlin Brandenburg Airport?

The airport code for Berlin Brandenburg Airport is BER.

When is high season in Berlin?

Like most of Europe, high season in Berlin runs from June to August. Weather is warm, and days are long. Plus, kids are out of school, so most families can take longer vacations. December can get busy with visitors from around Germany and neighboring countries who come for the Christmas markets.

When is the best time to visit Berlin?

May to September is a gorgeous time to visit Berlin for nice weather, with temperatures hovering between 70–80 degrees Fahrenheit. April to early June and September to October are also great times to visit. During shoulder seasons, just on the edge of the high season, hotel and flight prices are typically cheaper. In April and May, you’ll get weather that’s warming up, as well as beautiful flowers. In October, you’ll get fall foliage.

If your goal is to save money, visit from November–March. Berlin can be very cold and dark, but prices are cheap and there are plenty of museums, tours, restaurants, and other indoor activities. Plus, the whole city looks festive in December.

Does BER have its own on-site hotel?

The Steigenberger Hotel is located inside BER in Terminal 1. Amenities include a restaurant and bar, breakfast, conference center, spa and fitness center, and free wifi. Rooms start at $115 per night.

What lounges are available at BER?

Main Pier: BER Lounge Tempelhof (near Gate A20), BER Lounge Tegel (near Gate B17), Lufthansa Business Lounge (near Gate B20), Lufthansa Senator Lounge (near Gate B20), Moeenpick Cafe

The BER Tempelhof and Tegel lounges are operated by the airport and open to any traveler for a fee. Both have a buffet, a full bar, quiet areas, concentration areas, free wifi, and a conference room. The Tempelhof lounge also has a smoking room. Access to the Tegel lounge is €36; to the Tempelhof lounge, it’s €48.

The Lufthansa lounges also have buffets, a full bar, TVs, working areas, German newspapers, and printers and copy machines. The Business Lounge has a smoking room and wall of books, while the Senator Lounge has international magazines and international outlets, a steam fireplace, and artwork designed by passengers. Both have private areas for HON Circle Members. The Business Lounge is open to Lufthansa business class passengers, Star Alliance Gold members, and HON Circle members. The Senator Lounge is open for first class and business class passengers and Star Alliance Gold members. Depending on capacity, economy class passengers can pay €39 for lounge access.

What are the rules for traveling with pets to BER?

All animals traveling through the airport must be in a carrier or on a leash. Check with your airline about whether your pet can travel with you if they’re in a carrier. Pets must also have up-to-date vaccinations and be fitted with a microchip. If you are visiting from outside of the EU, you’ll need a health certificate from a USDA-accredited veterinarian and other restrictions.

How far is BER from Berlin?

The Berlin airport is about 19 miles from the city center, about 30 minutes by train and 40 minutes by car.

What are the transportation options for getting from BER to Berlin?

There are a number of options to get from BER to Berlin.

  • By rideshare or taxi: There are taxi banks near multiple airport exits. The trip into the city center takes 40 minutes with light traffic and costs €49–60, depending on your location and amount of luggage. Uber is also available in Berlin and will cost slightly less.
  • By public transportation: The fastest way to reach the city center is to take the Berlin airport trains. There is a railway station under Terminal 1 and Terminal 5. From Terminal 1, take the Express Train FEX to Berlin Central Station. It takes 30 minutes and departs every half hour. It costs €3.80. The Regional Trains RE7 and RB14 also go to the city center and run once an hour for the same price.

How long is the flight to Berlin?

The flight to Berlin depends on where you’re coming from. If you’re visiting from around Europe, your flight will be 1–3 hours. From New York, it’s about 8 hours, and from Miami, it’s 9. From anywhere else in the US, you’ll have to make a connection, likely in New York or London. From Dubai, the flight time is 7 hours, and from cities around North Africa, it’s 4.5–8. From the rest of the world, you’ll also have to make a connection. Flight times could range from 8–20 hours.

Going helps you find flight deals to Berlin (BER) and save big. Try Going Premium today.

Number of deals

Total to Berlin (BER) in the last month


Never overpay on flights again.

ticket being cut

40-90% off flights.

Most members save an average of $550 on international economy flights and $200 on domestic.

plane flying around Earth

Destinations across the globe.

We send flight alerts to over 180 airports in the US for over 900 destinations around the world.

plane on runway

Deals for highly rated airlines.

We prioritize the best itineraries on the best airlines. If it's not an amazing deal, we won't send it.

* Prices are per person and include all taxes & fees in USD. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing, however, prices are not guaranteed, as airline pricing can change by the minute. Average Going fares are based on average prices of deals found by Going.

Explore Cheap Flights