Approximate Travel Distance
Approximate Flight Duration
5 hour 50 min
Kabul Intl. Airport
There are many bus and train routes for passengers who want to reach Berlin Brandenburg Airport from the city center. If you wish, you can easily get to the airport from every point of the city 24 hours a day by renting a car, benefitting from car-sharing alternative or using a taxi.
The S9-S45 S-Bahn trains, regional trains and express buses departing from the center of Berlin every 20 minutes provide transportation service to the terminals 1, 2 and 5. These are frequently preferred as they pass through many central points of the city.
Express buses are among the frequently used transportation vehicles since they offer fast transportation and can easily be found in the city center. It is possible to reach the three terminals by using both express buses and city buses.
Routes of the buses are as follows:
X7 (every 5 minutes): U Rudow, BER T5, BER T1-2.
X71 (every 20 minutes): U Alt-Mariendorf, Johannisthaler Chaussee, U Rudow, BER T5, BER T1-2.
The route of the express bus BER1 that provides transportation to the terminals in 45-50 minutes: Steglitz town hall, BER T1 (additional charge).
The route of the express bus BER2 that departs 15 times a day and reaches the airport in about 55 minutes: Potsdam Central Station, BER T5, BER T1 (additional charge).
The routes of the buses departing from the city center every 20 minutes and goes to the T5:
163: S Schöneweid, S Adlershof BER T5.
164: S Köpenick, S Adlershof, BER T5.
171: U Hermannplatz, S Sonnenallee, U Neukölln, U Grenzallee-S, U Rudow, BER T5.
The airport express and regional trains carry passengers from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Berlin Central Railway Station) to the airport four times an hour. You can reach the train stations located below the BER T1 and T2 terminals with this 30-minute journey. The terminal T5 is also within a short walking distance from the stations T1 and T2.
FEX (every 30 minutes): Hauptbahnhof, Ostkreuz-Gesundbrunnen, BER T1-2.
RE7 (every hout): Dessau, Bad Belzig, Berlin city center, Waldstadt, Wünsdorf, BER T1-2.
RB14 (every hour): Nauen, Berlin city center, BER T1-2.
RB22 (every hour): Potsdam-Golm, BER T1-2, Königs Wusterhausen.
The train routes S9 and S45 S-Bahn can be preferred since they offer direct transportation the terminal T5. Passengers, who transfer between the three terminals, can also use these trains.
S9 (every 20 minutes): Spandau, Berlin city center, BER T5, BER T1-2.
S45 (every 20 minutes): Südkreuz, BER T5, BER T1-2.
You can easily get to the BER terminals via the highways A113 or B96a. The direct route to Terminals 1 and 2 passes through the highway A113. To reach Terminal 5, continue along the highway A113 towards the Schönefeld-Süd junction or take the highway B96a that passes by the terminal.
There are five modern car parking lots and two ground-level parking spaces at Terminals 1 and 2. All parking lots are equipped with special stairs and elevators to enable a comfortable transportation for the disabled. Monitors containing information about the current departures and arrivals are also provided in the parking lots.
You can also benefit from car sharing and rental services for traveling to the airport from the city center. Car2Go/Drive Now, Miles and Sixt companies offer services for the passengers who want to reach the airport in a comfortable way. You can reach these companies online before your travel.
There are many stands that you can find a taxi in Berlin city center. You can contact an employee of the airport service provider APCOA for a taxi suitable for passengers and disabled people who need a private taxi or a car with a child seat or larger capacity.
Taxi Berlin, which has a stand on Persiusstrabe 7 and can be reached by calling 49 30 202020, Taxi Deluxe Berlin offering service at Blücherstrabe 65A in the city center, and Taxistand, which provides 24-hour service on Joachimsthaler Str and can be reached by calling 49 162 2335893 are among the companies that you can contact.Last Updated: 11 Nov 2020
Kabul, Afghanistan's capital and largest city, is a city developed economically and culturally thanks to the Hayber Pass which connects Pakistan and Afghanistan. Babylon Gardens, Kabul Zoo, Bala Hisar, Ghazi Stadium, Kabul Museum, Darul Aman Palace, Afghan National Gallery are among the places you can see in Kabul, which hosts many civilizations.
You need to get a visa before traveling to Kabul. Private, service and regular passport holders are subjected to a visa. Diplomatic passport holders can be considered immune from visa for 90 days. In case you plan to travel to Kabul, Kabul International Airport (Hamid Karzai International Airport) will welcome you.
It is possible to travel to Kabul through direct and indirect flights with many airlines, especially Turkish Airlines (THY), from Turkey. You can reach Kabul from Istanbul in about 5 hours by plane.
One flight from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to Kabul is carried out every day. It is also possible to have an indirect flight between Istanbul and Kabul.
Emirates and Flydubai fly from Istanbul to Kabul in connection with Dubai. Kabul International Airport is not too far from the city center. You can take a bus, taxi, private car or walk to the airport terminal. But let's also point out that reaching the terminal by foot may be dangerous.
The currency you will use for transportation will be the Afghan Afghani (AFN). Do not forget that 1 Turkish Lira is approximately 23 Afghanis.
Buses are the most commonly used means of transportation in Kabul. The one-way fare for these buses that provide transportation from the airport to the city is 15-20 Afghanis. If you want to travel by bus from the airport to the city, you should definitely have a booklet with language help; because the routes and numbers are written in the local language may not be very clear for the foreign tourists. For this reason, using a helpful booklet can make your job easier.
If you want to reach Kabul International Airport from Kabul city center in a comfortable way, you can use taxi. You can reach the city center in a very short time by taking a taxi among the ones waiting outside the airport terminal. You can reach the city center by taxi paying between 25-30 Turkish Liras.
You can also get to the city center of Kabul from the airport by renting a private car. Car rental companies at Kabul International Airport would like to see your driver's license before delivering the car to you.Last Updated: 05 Feb 2017
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For Berlin-Kabul flights, you can use Brandenburg Airport, Berlin Railway Station as departure airport, and Kabul Intl. Airport for arrival.
The flight distance between Berlin-Kabul is 4776 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 5 hour 50 minutes.
When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Berlin-Kabul flights is Monday.