Berlin’s Brandenburg Airport (BER), which has been delayed for nine years, was officially opened on October 31, local time,media reported. But it also means that the 60-year history of Tegel Airport will come to an end. On Sunday, November 8, the last scheduled flight will depart from the airport, and an Air France passenger A321 will fly to Paris CDG under flight number AF1235.
Saturday is the last day of normal operations at Tegel Airport, with all remaining airlines moving to the newly opened BER.
Tegel Airport has been Berlin’s main airport for decades.
Over the weekend, aviation enthusiasts from Berlin and the surrounding area arrived at Tegel Airport for the last time to experience this unique terminal. The airport’s visitor platform was booked out a few weeks ago.