This page contains information about the current situation with COVID-19 recovery in Berlin-Schönefeld Airport.

Last update: 2020-06-06T16:41:53.5600000

As of 9 May, the terminals at Schönefeld airport may only be entered with a mouth and nose cover. Mouth and nose covers include both medical and self-sewn masks as well as scarves and shawls. Children under the age of six and persons who are unable to wear a mouth and nose cover due to a health impairment or disability are exempted from this regulation.

The airport company has changed its handling processes because of the current low passenger volume. Passengers are requested to find their terminal online or at the airport via the monitors. People who are picking passengers up from the airport are requested to do so outside of the terminal and to maintain the prescribed minimum distance while waiting.

  • All departing passengers are being handled at terminal section K (previously Terminal B); arriving passengers at terminal section M arrivals (previously Terminal D arrivals).
  • The SXF lost property office at terminal section M arrivals is currently open as follows:
    Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
    Saturday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Sunday: closed
  • Local public transport:
    The S45 tram is not expected to run to Schönefeld Airport until 4 May: Berlin tram information regarding the coronavirus
    The RB14 regional train is mainly only running to Charlottenburg. Passengers can take the S9 tram line from Spandau: information about regional trains
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