Neubrandenburg Airport (FNB) is a small “international” terminal that serves the picturesque medieval town of the same name.
Neubrandenburg is renowned for its unique architectural style of Brick Gothic, and it draws many tourists in search of these beautiful buildings.
The Neubrandenburg Airport can be found just 5 km (3 mi) north of Neubrandenburg, in its Trollenhagen district, which lies in Germany’s Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania region, in the northeast of the country.
Hours Of Operation
Neubrandenburg Airport is open daily. Its operating hours are generally 8:00 to 20:00 but there is 24-hour availability.
Neubrandenburg Airport Airlines
Air Hamburg is the carrier for the bulk of flights to and from Neubrandenburg Airport. This may change though as other airlines offer flights here from time to time.
Neubrandenburg Airport Timetables
Unfortunately, there is no real-time flight information available at this point. Feel free to check the Neubrandenburg Airport Web site (German) for up-to-date information.
Getting To And From The Neubrandenburg Airport
It is easy and convenient to reach Neubrandenburg Airport using Germany’s exceptional public transport system.
There is no direct link to the airport via long-distance trains. However the national rail network makes a stop at Neubrandenburg’s train station, where you can then transfer to the airport by city bus (see below).
Again, no direct link to the airport via regional train or metro, but there’s a bus connection (below).
There is a convenient shuttle bus that will ferry passengers to and from the airport terminal and the city center. City bus line 1 will get you there and back.
Car / Taxi
From Berlin, get onto the Autobahn A11 towards Stettin, then further on to the A20 towards Stralsund. Get off at exit 5 Neubrandenburg-Nord following the signs to Neddemin > Trollenhagen and on to the airport.
From Hamburg/Lübeck, get onto the A20 towards Rostock. After 244 km get off at exit 5 Neubrandenburg-Nord following the signs to Neddemin > Trollenhagen and on to the airport.
For navigation system users, enter Flughafenstraße for the street and Neubrandenburg for the city.
There are limited shopping opportunities at this small airport, but you will find a travel agency, a gift shop and news kiosk selling reading materials and tobacco.
Food & Drink
The Flughafenbistro is Neubrandenburg’s culinary stopover. There is also a cafeteria on site.
The airport was originally used solely for military purposes. It was almost destroyed by the Allies during the Second World War, and was later occupied by the Soviets. It began its new life as a civilian airport in 1993, although there is still a military presence here.
Nowadays, the airport is shared with the German Army. The Neubrandenburg part makes up the civil airport, used for commercial and business flights, while Trollenhagen is the military airfield used by the German army as well as the police.
One reason why some call it the Neubrandenburg-Trollenhagen Airport.