Berlin's two airports, Tegel International Airport (TXL) and Schönefeld International Airport (SXF) together serve 144 destinations, 124 of them in Europe. Tegel lies in the north of the city and within city limits. Schönefeld is situated just outside Berlin’s south-eastern border in the state of Brandenburg. Berlin’s airport authority aims to transfer all of Berlin’s air traffic in November 2011 to a newly built airport at Schönefeld. Flights within Europe can be quite cheap, so checking and comparing offers is worthwhile.
There are a number of airlines that operate national and international routes: