BERLIN AIRPORT

Three terminals are operational: Terminal 1- main terminal in the centre of the airport Terminal 2 - north of Terminal 1 (although ready to open, it will not be put into operation because of the lower passenger numbers due to the coronavirus pandemic) Terminal 5 - former airport Berlin Schönefeld, north of the airport BER.

The main terminal has ten check-in islands, consisting of 118 check-in counters and around 120 self-service check-in machines.

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Flying during COVID-19:Numerous measures in the terminals, at security checks and boarding gate are in place to  ensure that passengers at the airport can start their flight safely under Covid-19 conditions. Passengers and visitors can get tested at the Covid-19 test station, which is located in Terminal 1 Further information:

  1. Distance markings on the floor at the check-in areas, security checkpoints and baggage claim areas help passengers to comply with the applicable distancing rules.

  2. Plexiglas partitions are being installed at check-in and boarding counters as well as at security checkpoints and passport control.

  3. Travellers also find contactless hand sanitiser dispensers in all terminal areas. Passengers will find wipe dispensers at self-check-in counters

  4. Passengers and visitors can have a test for the Covid-19 virus in Terminal 1 of Berlin Brandenburg Airport. The test center is located on the arrivals level E0; an additional waiting area for registration is diagonally opposite. In Terminal 5 there is no Test Center.

  5. Basic Rules for Passangers = Keep Distance, Wear mouth & nose protection in terminals, wash your hands and use disinfectant, only 1 piece of hand luggage per passanger, use online check-in, arrive at least 2 hours before departure, leave terminal directly after your arrival, if returning from a risk region get tested.

FRANKFURT AIRPORT

 

Frankfurt Airport was the first airport to receive a “Safe from Covid-19” quality seal from TÜV Hesse. This seal was issued in recognition of the below-mentioned steps that we have implemented to safeguard our passengers from infection. #SafeAtFRA

  1. Social distancing marks on the floor and in seating and waiting areas at the airport 

  2. Plexiglass shields at all counters 

  3. Disinfectant dispensers in the terminal areas 

  4. Increased frequency of cleaning at the airport and regular disinfection of all touchable surfaces in our terminals and vehicles

  5. Two testing centers (German Red Cross and CENTOGENE) for Covid-19 tests and medical checkups and tests at our medical center in “special appointments”

 

Furthermore many available unassisted services, such as online check-in and baggage drop machines