Berlin Schönefeld (IATA: SXF ICAO: EDDB) was the secondary international airport of Berlin. The airport has a General Aviation Terminal, providing facilities and services for private flyers prior to boarding. Berlin Schönefeld Airport was also the major civil airport of East Germany and the only airport of the former East Berlin. It's busiest day in 2018 was the 26th April with 81 movements.
Berlin Schönefeld International Airport is located 22 km, just a southeast of the city centre of Berlin, just a 40 minutes drive.
Berlin Schönefeld Airport has 673 airport connections worldwide, with 96 in Germany, 391 in Europe and 186 across the rest of the world. Top destinations include United Kingdom, France and Switzerland. These destinations form its top airport pairs including Stuttgart, Munich, London Luton, Nice Cote d'Azur, Paris Le Bourget, Moscow Vnukovo, Vienna International and Zurich. Around 6000 departures and arrivals take place every year totalling around 12500 movements per year. The Cessna Citation Excel / XLS, Challenger 300 series, Global Express and the Cessna Citation CJ1 are the most active private aircraft at Berlin Schönefeld Airport.