Bremen Airport (BRE) — Interplanetary Hub For The North

Bremen Airport (BRE) is the main travel hub for northwest Germany. It also houses a unique space and aviation museum in its halls.

It opened in 1913 and has three terminals.

Distance

4 km (2 mi) from Bremen.

Hours Of Operation

Bremen operates 24 hours a day, every day. :-)

Bremen Airport Airlines

About 19 airlines make stops at Bremen Airport while Ryanair and Lufthansa are two of the most frequent fliers. The official airport site has a full list at…

Bremen Airport — Realtime Arrivals & Departures

Here are the links to the live time tables for both arrivals and departures…

Getting To And From Bremen International Airport

Bremen airport is well-served and easily accessed by public transportation.

Long-Distance Trains

There is no direct connection to long-distance trains. Tram 6 connects the airport to the train station.

Regional Trains

Tram number 6 connects the train and bus stations to the airport. It leaves every ten minutes during busy hours and the journey takes about 17 minutes.

Buses

The bus2fly shuttle leaves from the city center in conjunction with Ryanair flights. It takes 90 minutes.

Shopping

The biggest shop here is HDS Retail. It offers everything you expect from an airport. It’s a place to get souvenirs, candy, tobacco, perfumes, cosmetics and travel items.

Its sister store is a book shop providing a bevy of reading materials with national and international newspapers. And don’t miss the Space Shop, a part of the airport’s Space Museum.

Food & Drink

Cafe food is in abundance here and you will have no problems finding something to nosh on, no matter what your budget is.

Fun Facts

A small but important space and aviation museum calls Bremen airport home. Here you can see the first SpaceLab module, which was actually constructed in Bremen and spent eighty days in orbit.

Other highlights include a trans-Atlantic aircraft called “Bremen,” which was a German Junkers W33 style plane. You can find this fun and unique museum on the roof of Terminal 3.

 

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