This Route is Operated by:
Eurowings, Germania, Aigle Azur, Ryanair, Iberia Express, Brussels Airlines, Laudamotion, Aer Lingus, Aegean Airlines, TAP Portugal, KLM, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
6 hours 35 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Berlin|
|Flights arrive in:||Lisbon|
|Airlines:||Eurowings, Germanwings, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Iberia Express, TAP Portugal, Vueling, KLM, Air France, easyJet|
Vacationers heading for a city break or business travelers can take daily direct flights from Berlin to Lisbon, the fastest travel option between the German and Portuguese capitals. Airlines include a national carrier and two budget operators, with flights departing from Berlin Tegel and Schonefeld airports. Most days there are morning and afternoon flight options, with journey times averaging around three hours and 40 minutes.
Portugal's national carrier TAP Portugal offers direct flights to Lisbon from Berlin Tegel airport six days a week. Budget airlines EasyJet and Ryanair provide direct flights from Berlin Schonefeld airport. Indirect options include KLM services via Amsterdam, Eurowings flights via Cologne/Bonn, and Iberia connections via Barcelona.
The quickest direct flights to Lisbon from Berlin take three hours and 35 minutes to cover the 1,433-mile route south-west to Portugal. Other direct flights take five to ten minutes longer to reach Lisbon. The fastest indirect connection is a Lufthansa and TAP Portugal route via Munich, taking five hours, but other indirect services can take much longer.
Budget airline Ryanair has daily flights to Lisbon from Berlin Schonefeld, with two on Thursdays. EasyJet operates a direct flight from Schonefeld on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. TAP Portugal has two direct flights to Lisbon from Berlin Tegel daily on Monday-Saturday. There are several daily indirect departures from Berlin.
Departure airport: Flights depart from either Berlin Tegel or Berlin Schonefeld. Tegel Airport is five miles north-west of the city center, connected by regular TXL and 109 route buses from downtown, taking 20-30 minutes. Schonefeld is 11 miles south-east of the center, served by Airport Express and S-Bahn S9 trains taking 30-40 minutes. Both airports offer restaurants, cafe-bars, duty-free stores, and business lounges.
Arrival airport: All flights arrive at Lisbon Portela Airport. Portela Airport is located around five miles north-east of the city center, linked by Metro trains on the red line taking about 25 minutes to get to the city from the terminal. Passenger facilities at the airport include duty-free stores, international restaurants, coffee bars, and car rental desks.