A world-class metropolis and Germany’s capitol, Berlin is an important historic, financial and cultural epicenter of Europe.
The best of both worlds can be found in Berlin, the modern buzz of a youth filled city mixed with green spaces to relax. Berlin is a city drenched in history. Perhaps known best for the Berlin Wall which once divided the city but fell to global applause in 1989.
The city is also a transportation hub whose economy is largely based on the service sector. Creative industries thrive here, and Berlin is a popular tourist destination for travelers from all over the world. You will find diverse architecture, exciting festivals, a plethora of museums and nightlife that is second-to-none in the world. Artists and writers flock to Berlin, which has become a cultural mecca for arts such as design, fashion, multimedia and music.
Berlin is one of the most important transportation hubs in Europe and is served by numerous airports. Currently there are two international airports, Tegel International (northwest of the city) and Schonefeld (southeast of the city).
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport
Call sign: SXF/EDDB
Runway distance available: 9843 ft
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport has a runway length of 9843 feet.
The runway length is suitable for all aircraft types from
small propeller aircraft to large airliners.