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    Booking Flights to Berlin with Elite Flyer

    Uncover the majestic heritage sites and modern marvels when you book cheap Business Class flights to Berlin. The sprawling city on the banks of the Spree River is well-known for its turbulent 20th-century history, gritty contemporary culture and eclectic nightlife scene that rivals almost every other European capital. Visiting for business? Berlin is incredibly multi-cultural, too, and attracts hundreds of start-ups to its streets every year.

    We’re experts at finding the best prices for Business & First Class tickets to Berlin. Get in touch to discover our discounted options on popular routes or to snap up some amazing last-minute tickets.

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    Spotlight on Berlin Airports

    Cool, collected and endlessly creative is the best way to describe Berlin. It’s been the German capital since 1871 and continues to be the country’s major hub for politics, art and science. While Berlin may now be known for its laidback culture, its past remains an enigma. As well as heaps of poignant reminders of WWII and the years proceeding it, it’s also dripping in Prussian palaces, Neo-classical monuments and Renaissance-era squares.

    There are plenty of landmarks from the last 100 years to explore as well. Admire the colorful murals adorning the remnants of the Berlin Wall at East Side Gallery or crossover the former line diving East Berlin and West Berlin at Checkpoint Charlie. Want to soak up panoramic vistas? Whizz to the top of the Berlin Television Tower that’s been a fixture on the city’s skyline since the 1960s. There’s also the incredibly moving Jewish Museum Berlin which contains several poignant exhibits and memorials focusing on the Holocaust.

    The Berlin Wall may have only fallen in 1989 but the city is now almost unrecognizable from its Cold War days. Today’s locals are made up of dozens of different nationalities and each has brought a little bit of its own culture to the city. This is especially true when it comes to food. Get ready to gorge on global haute cuisine or keep it simple with classic German bites in one of the city’s friendly beer gardens.

    Berliners love to party and you’ll find every kind of nightlife offering available after dark. There’s always a music concert happening somewhere across the city, plus you’ll find an endless program of theater, art and comedy shows. There’s something for everyone too, whether you want to sip cocktails in a glamorous former ballroom, dress up for a night at the Berlin Philharmonic or dance to techno into the small hours in an underground basement bar.

    Berlin is undeniably a good place to do business too. It has more start-ups than almost any other European city and a creative drive that’s spawned numerous trailblazing companies in every industry imaginable. Whether you’re journeying there for meetings or to enjoy some downtime, why not travel in luxury with our hugely discounted Berlin Business Class flight tickets?

    Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)

    Berlin’s international airport first opened in 2020, merging flights from three former smaller airports: Tegel, Schönefeld and Tempelhof. You’ll find Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) 18 kilometers outside of the city and easily accessible via a brand-new railway line. You could also make the journey by taxi or private car in around 30 minutes.

    While the majority of the flights from Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) depart for destinations across Germany and Europe, there are several non-stop flights per week to New York. There are additionally numerous connecting flights from the USA and Canada via other major European cities like London, Amsterdam and Paris.

    Flying out of Berlin in a premium cabin class? As well as taking advantage of the airport’s modern facilities – from high-end shops to chic dining venues – in its state-of-the-art terminal buildings, there are a handful of luxurious lounges available.

    If you’re flying between Berlin and the USA with United, you may have access to the Tempelhof Lounge. It offers great views of the runway through its floor-to-ceiling windows and boasts a host of luxurious amenities. Tuck into healthy and delicious food and drinks, sit back in comfy armchairs or catch up on business in dedicated workspaces. There are also quiet sections featuring ultra-plush seating where you can easily have a nap before a long-haul flight.

    Depending on which airline you’re flying with, you may have access to Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s other lounges. This includes the Lufthansa Lounge in Terminal 1 which is free to use for Business and First Class passengers traveling with a Star Alliance airline. The lounge is sleekly decorated, with inviting seating and a well-stocked buffet featuring a selection of gourmet food and drinks.

    Elsewhere, there is the Hairport Lounge, where you can freshen up your appearance before a big meeting, and the exclusive Zeitgeist Lounge. The latter is Berlin’s most premium airport lounge and it can be used for an additional cost by any passenger. Among its many five-star benefits are a cigar lounge, private relaxation rooms and à la carte dining.

    Tips for Cheap Business & First Class Tickets to Berlin

    Want to find a brilliant deal on Business Class tickets to Berlin? Here are a few of our tried-and-tested tricks for securing premium class flights for less.

    Travel during the week. Most people prefer to travel on weekends to avoid taking time off work. This can, unfortunately, push up the prices of plane tickets. To keep things cheap, try searching for Business Class fares to Berlin between Tuesday and Thursday.

    Journey during low season. Like any city, Berlin has a busy period when everything – from hotels to flight prices – tends to be more expensive. If you’d rather travel in luxury for less, visit the city outside of the summer months and avoid the busy festive season.

    Buy in advance. While last-minute deals are sometimes easy to find, it’s generally a better idea to book flights a few months in advance to enjoy lower prices. Keep an eye out for any ticket sales with your chosen airline too.

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