Berlin airport transfer

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Seamless airport travel

Relax with 1 hour of complimentary wait time and flight tracking.

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Ride flexibility

Change or cancel for free up until 1 hour prior to pickup.

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Berlin’s two airports are among the fastest in Europe to exit. Tegel and Schönefeld get arriving domestic travelers to their ride in 15 and 20 minutes, respectively. International arriving travelers get through in 26 minutes or less. Learn more on our blog.

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Airport transfer in Berlin

If you’re just touching down in the German capital after a long-distance flight, the very last thing you’ll want is to be working out how you’re going to get to your accommodation. An airport transfer from Blacklane is the ideal remedy for all the aches and discomforts associated with air travel. Your chauffeur for our professional car service in Berlin will greet you in the waiting area of either Schönefeld or Tegel airport, before helping you with your luggage into the back of your waiting vehicle and subsequently delivering you in peace, quiet and comfort to your precise destination. Berlin is a large city, home to over three million people, so it makes sense to entrust your journey to someone who is both experienced and locally-knowledgeable. Every Berliner is an amateur historian at heart, so feel free to ask your chauffeur for their insight as you pass the Berlin Wall, Berliner Dom or Reichstag building.

Schönefeld and Tegel airport shuttle

With the development of Berlin’s new airport (Berlin-Brandenburg Airport - opening at some point this millennium, in theory) the subject of repeated delays and mishaps, if you’re flying to German capital you’ll be landing at one of the city’s two existing, medium-sized airports - Tegel and Schönefeld. Neither are situated particularly far from the center of the city and, depending on where your accommodation is, you’re likely no further than half an hour from where you need to be. A Blacklane airport transfer for Tegel or Schonefeld is a great alternative if you don’t fancy stepping from your flight and having to queue at a taxi rank or spend time deciphering an unfamiliar public transport map. If you’re lagging a bit behind your expected arrival time, our tracking system means your chauffeur knows to expect your flight a little bit later and can adjust accordingly.

Get to where you need to be

Berlin is a city that is renowned for an underlying central paradox - known not only as the political capital of the (stereotypically speaking) diligent and reserved German people, Berlin also has a reputation as the home of the political radical, the party animal and the nihilistic layabout. It’s a city of stark contrasts, born of a turbulent and rich history, and each district from the GDR-era concrete jungle of Marzahn to the diverse and fashionable district of Neukölln, can feel like a different country. Whatever label you apply to yourself, if any, and for whatever reason you find yourself in town, Berlin is a city in which you’ll want to make the most of every minute available. Whether you’re on your way to Potsdamer Platz for an important business engagement, or headed out in the evening to one of the city’s many world-famous nightclubs and bars, a Berlin chauffeur service will get you there in the most stylish and comfortable way possible.

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