Book flights from Berlin to Perth with Qatar Airways
Flying from Berlin
Berlin-Tegel Airport is the main international airport serving the German capital. This modern, efficient and extremely well appointed transport hub is one of the key locations in Europe for international travel, and is regarded as one of the best airports in the world for efficiency, safety and passenger experience.
Passengers flying from Berlin with Qatar Airways will find this to be an excellent starting point for their journey. The staff goes out of their way to ensure your departure is smooth and stress free, and the facilities are exemplary.
Transportation and parking
Berlin-Tegel is exceptionally well served with public transport. The rail link S41 and S42 S-Bahn lines at Beusselstrasse Station are reached via the Jet Express Bus TXL bus from the airport, while the Metro service U7 and U6 are also easily connected via the X9/109 and 128 buses respectively.
The Jet Express Bus TXL Alexanderplatz to the airport, running via Unter den Linden and Central Station. Taxis are plentiful and can be easily pre-booked by your hotel concierge. Parking at the airport is plentiful. Parking areas are located beneath and around the main terminal complex. Covered parking is available at the P1 and P2 parks, while the short-term PK is close to the terminal building.
P5 is a little further from the main complex and offers long-term parking at cheaper rates.
Arriving in Berlin
Passengers flying from Berlin with Qatar Airways depart from Terminal B, also known as "Nebel-Hall" - a converted former waiting area in a side wing of the main building.
Check-in counters B20–B39 are located here. There are a number of lounge areas for business and first-class passengers and VIPs, as well as larger general lounges available for all passengers.
Allow one and a half to two hours before the designated departure time of your flight to clear check in and security checks.
Facilities and amenities
Berlin-Tegel Airport has excellent facilities for business travellers, including seven meeting rooms. Wireless internet access is available throughout various parts of the terminal for a fee, and public phones are also dotted around the main terminal area.
ATMs, Bureau de Change and banking facilities are available, and a large food court offers everything from drinks and snacks to more substantial meals. An extensive shopping area supplies luxury goods and accessories, perfume, Duty Free and gifts.
Choose flights from Berlin to Perth with Qatar Airways and let our luxury long-haul service carry you to this amazing Australian city. Recline and enjoy our award-winning services including the latest entertainment and movies and freshly prepared cuisine, all delivered by our attentive cabin crew who are professional, friendly and committed to making your journey truly special from the moment you check in to the moment you land.
Perth is the fourth largest city in Australia and despite its size is friendly and welcoming. Surrounding Perth are some of Australia’s most beautiful natural landscapes, including pristine beaches such as Scarborough beach – an amazing place to be even in the winter months. In the city itself visitors will find plenty to keep them occupied, from exquisite restaurants to busy shopping centres, making Perth a remarkable destination for business or pleasure travellers.
Arriving in Perth
Book a flight to Perth with Qatar Airways and the first thing you’ll notice when you arrive is just how laid-back this beautiful city is. Energetic and vibrant and with a strong emphasis on culture and the arts, Perth is nevertheless a relaxed, easy-going city that welcomes visitors.
A fusion of traditional Victorian buildings and ultra-modern architecture gives Perth a very individualistic character. But its parks, beaches and open spaces are the real draw, giving it a spacious feel that offers little oases of calm in the heart of a busy city.
Modern Perth started as a British settlement in the early 19th century, and there is still plenty of evidence of the influence of the Victorians in the architecture, particularly in the Central Business District.
Look for Australia’s oldest mint, The Perth Mint, which is still producing coinage today. The Western Australian Museum charts the 45,000-year history of the indigenous Noongar people, while the Art Gallery of Western Australia recognises the ancient Aboriginal culture as well as more modern artists.
Other Perth highlights include a visit to the expansive Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, the Swan Bell Tower located on the banks of the Swan River, and Perth Zoo. The city’s beaches are also popular, with Cottlesloe Beach and Scarborough Beach particular favourites with the locals.
Qatar Airways flights to Perth arrive at Perth Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Perth please check the visa and passport requirements.