Flights to Berlin: Flights from UK to Germany
UK airports offering flights to Berlin
Regular flights link the UK and German capitals, with British Airways flying several times daily between London Heathrow and Berlin's principal air hub, Tegel International.
Also offering direct flights to Berlin are East Midlands Airport, Bristol Airport, Glasgow, Belfast International and Liverpool John Lennon Airport, while there are also links between the German capital and its Scottish counterpart, Edinburgh.
No flights are offered between the UK and the city's third airport, Templehof International.
Airlines which fly to Berlin
British Airways is the longest-standing airline currently boasting a UK to Berlin service, though this is only available from London Heathrow. The airline's German counterpart, Lufthansa, also operates a shuttle service between the two capitals.
Over recent years, however, budget airlines offering cheap flights for both business and leisure travellers have come to dominate the route, with Ryanair and easyJet being joined by airBerlin and GermanWings.
Where would you have to travel over or through?
Flights to Berlin from the UK are all direct, usually flying over the Channel and the Netherlands before entering into Germany over the north coast.
With an average flight time from the UK of just one-and-a-half hours, passengers are not given the option of a stopover, and neither will they require it.
A couple of areas of interest in Berlin
Berlin is one of the most historically rich countries cities in the world. Within easy walking distance of each other, major sites such as the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie all tell the story of the German nation from its 18th century founding to the modern day, via two world wars and the Cold War. That said, it is also one of the most dynamic places on Earth right now, with artistic travellers attracted to its peerless contemporary culture, architecture and nightlife