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Soon There Will Only Be One Airport in Berlin17. ockober 2011 18:21 | Airports
by Joe G.
For a while there were three international airports in Berlin. Tempelhof was closed three years ago and next year Tegel, city’s west airport will be closed so Schönefeld in the east part of the city will be Berlin’s only airport.
Authorities are currently renovating and adding to the airport. A large terminal, train station and seventy two floor control tower is being built.
Construction will be completed early next summer and once completed the name of the airport will be changed to Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt and will be Germany’s third largest airport after Frankfurt and Munich airports.
It is estimated that 30 million passengers will travel through the renovated airport. As most of the passengers traveling to Berlin stay in Berlin it’s very convenient that the airport is only 20 minute train ride from downtown Berlin.
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