It’s always been our aim to fly from every airport in Berlin and we’re delighted that we are now operating flights from Berlin Tegel.
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Our priority has been to get flights up and running as soon as we could so that you can continue to have as wide a choice of destinations as possible.
It will take us a while to settle into our new home at Tegel and we already have a plan to transition staff and aircraft to our fleet over the coming months.
During the transition period some of our flights to and from Berlin Tegel will be temporarily operated by a partner airline on our behalf (Condor by Thomas Cook, SmartLynx, WDL). Our partners’ pilots and crew have all been trained to deliver the same safe and friendly service that customers have come to expect from us. The aircraft and seat configuration will look a little different to our standard fleet and overhead locker space may vary but departure and arrival times remain unchanged.
If you’ve booked one of our partner flights we’ll be in touch before you travel to explain the differences so you know what to expect on your day of travel. By the end of the summer 2018, all flights from Berlin Tegel will be fully operated by easyjet.
We look forward to welcoming you on board.
easyJet introduces itself
A warm welcome from Thomas Haagensen, Country Director for Switzerland & Germany, to our new customers at Berlin Tegel airport.
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Our local pilots and crew talk about life at easyJet.
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Our partner airlines
WDL Aviation is a German charter airline headquartered at Cologne Bonn Airport. WDL. Was founded in and has a fleet of British Aerospace (BAe) 146 Regional Jets. WDL Aviation have provided charter aircraft for many European airlines such as Air France, British Airways, SAS und KLM.
WDL Aviation will be operating (BAe) 146 Regional Jets on our behalf on domestic services.
Flights will be operated by experienced WDL Aviation flight and cabin crew who all have all been trained to deliver our safe and friendly service.
You’ll be able to book a seat free of charge on these aircraft by simply selecting a seat during the booking process.
Overhead locker space is very limited on some flights so we have to restrict what can be taken into the cabin. You can only bring one small laptop/handbag handbag/laptop (34cm x 18cm x 31cm) per person into the cabin. This can be placed in the overhead lockers or under the seats in front. You can still bring additional items such as umbrella, overcoat, crutches, walking stick and one standard shopping bag of duty free goods bought at the airport.
Those passengers travelling with a standard cabin bag (56cms x 45cms x 25cms including handles and wheels) can either place their bag in the hold by going to our bag drop desks in departures or at the boarding gate free of charge. If you bag is larger than our standard bag them normal bag fees apply.
The inflight service will be a reduced easyJet Bistro service. You’ll still be able to buy both hot and cold food and drink but there will be no boutique service onboard. Payments on board can only be made using a credit card.
If you’re travelling with an infant they must be seated on the right hand side of the aircraft. Infant car seats cannot be taken on board.
Due to the limited space on board we are unable to allow wheelchairs into the cabin.
Condor are Germany’s third largest airline based in Frankfurt and are a subsidiary of the Thomas Cook group. They fly scheduled flights to the Mediterranean, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and the Caribbean.
Condor will be operating Boeing 757-300, Airbus A320-200 and Airbus A321-200 aircraft on behalf of easyJet.
Flights will be operated by experienced Condor flight and cabin crew who have all been trained to deliver our safe and friendly service.
If you’d like to book a seat on board the aircraft we’re unable to show exact seat maps for the B757 and A321. The seating configuration on these aircraft is slightly different to our standard seating plan and a few of the seats will have to reassigned at the boarding gate.
The inflight service will be Condor’s standard short haul menu and boutique selection. This will differ from our usual Boutique & Bistro service. You’ll still be able to buy both hot and cold food and drink and a range of boutique items.
If you’re travelling with infants please note that in rows 1 A-C and 1 D-F there can only be one infant per block of three seats and in all other rows there can only be one infant per row. Infants are classified and being under two years of age on the day of travel.
If you’re travelling with a child or infant who requires special assistance please note that the following equipment cannot be take on board the aircraft: Firefly GOTO, Crelling Harnesses, Burnett Body Support and Travelchairs.
In 2017 SmartLynx Airlines celebrated its 25th anniversary. SmartLynx Airlines was founded in 1992 as a private airline with headquarters in Riga. SmartLynx is an EU bases airline and complies with international quality standards IOSA and EASA and has been operating charter flights on behalf of leading airlines for many years.
SmartLynx will be operating Airbus A320 aircraft on our behalf.
Flights will be operated by experienced SmartLynx flight and cabin crew who have all been trained to deliver our safe and friendly service. The crew’s main language will be English.
If you’d like to book a seat on board the aircraft we’re unable to show exact seat maps for the SmartLynx A320. There is very little difference to our standard seat configuration and only the back few seats are affected. If you’ve been allocated one of these seats we’ll change your seat number at boarding gate.
The inflight service will be SmartLynx’s standard short haul menu and will differ from our usual Boutique & Bistro service. You’ll still be able to buy both hot and cold food and drink but there will be no boutique service onboard.