Berlin Schonefeld Airport, also known by airport code SXF, provides international air service to Berlin, Germany. While it is the smaller of the two Berlin commercial airports, it does serve as a hub to two airlines.
EasyJet is a budget carrier utilizing Berlin Schonefeld as one of its secondary hubs. The airline operates an extensive schedule including many of the capital cities of Europe as well as a number of resort or tourist destinations. At Schonefeld the airline operates in two terminals with flights to and from England utilizing Terminal A with the rest of its schedule in Terminal B. EasyJet relies heavily on Airbus equipment for its fleet of 200 aircraft.
Germanwings, a subsidiary of Lufthansa, offers budget international air service from a number of German hubs including Berlin Schonefeld. The airline operates a fleet of about 30 Airbus aircraft all commonly flown with an economy-class configuration. The airline offers combination or excursion fares combining air and rail fares into a single fee.
Other major carriers include Condor, which flies to a number of Spanish destinations on a permanent basis as well as operates a number of seasonal routes to tourist destinations. Condor, part of the Thomas Cook airline operation, provides air service predominately from Germany to distant destinations in North and South America and Africa. It utilizes Berlin Schonefeld as a secondary base of operations although it does have announced plans to shirt operations to Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
Norwegian Air Shuttle operates a schedule of about 10 flights to Scandinavian countries from Berlin Schonefeld. Ryanair, also a European regional carrier, operates a similar flight schedule to destinations in Ireland and England. SunExpress airline provides flights to the Middle East and Turkey from Berlin Schonefeld.
A limited number of national flag carrier airlines operate flights from Berlin Schonefeld Airport. TAP Portugal provides flights to Lisbon, El Al, and Israir Airlines both provide service to Tel Aviv, EgyptAir flies to Cairo and Aeroflot provides service to Moscow.
The airport is also served by a number of seasonal operations. Arkia Israel Airlines provides additional service to Tel Aviv, Croatia Airlines flies to the coastal city of Dubrovnik and Air Algiers offers flights to Algiers all on a seasonal basis. Most of the seasonal flights coincide with peak tourist travel seasons.