Airport Advertising in Berlin
At airports, people from all over the world regularly come together, from tourists to business travelers and trade fair visitors.
Between check-in and departure, the passengers spend a lot of time at the airport and inevitably consume advertising. Berlin airports offer a variety of interesting advertising surfaces, ranging from huge banners to cleverly placed small A0 posters.
There are currently two airports in Berlin. The one most highly frequented and heavily used by business travelers is Tegel airport.
It has about 20 million passengers per year and of which around 49.5% are business travelers. Airport advertising is especially interesting for advertisers, if they desire high ranges and a high household net income. Statistically, 60% of air traffic is concentrated here in Terminal A. In the coming years the airport Schönefeld will be the big international airport BER. Until now, Schönefeld is distinguished above all by its internationality. 83% of the flights are international and so there are a lot of tourists to be found here.
- Residence Germany 61% 61%
- Dwell time more than 60 minutes 78% 78%
- Proportion private travellers 60% 60%
- Proportion that are men 55% 55%
- Proportion that are women 45% 45%
Offer of the month: Ceiling hanger TXL
Outside Terminal A, 40 ceiling hangers (80 advertising spaces) line the inner ring. All passengers going to the taxi, parking lot or bus in Terminal A pass by the posters.
Tegel Airport: passenger boarding bridges
occupy all 14 passenger boarding bridges in Terminal A with 2 billboards each and reach every departing and arriving passenger. Further advertising possibilities for TXL can be found in Download
Airport Schönefeld: Coloramen Advertising
Enough time to consume advertising at your leisure. The backlit coloramas put the advertising in the best light. Further forms of advertising for the SXF can be found in the Download.
The airport is considered an exclusive advertising location. A large selection of retail outlets and restaurants increases the length of stay for passengers and also attracts visitors from the surrounding area. So a long range with good contact depth. For more information, download our short overview.
Hamburg Airport is the oldest and fifth largest airport in Germany. Over 15.6 million passengers are handled here per year, 75% of whom are private individuals. The airport offers you interesting ideas for advertising presentations. Further information see Download.
With more than 60 million passengers a year, Frankfurt Airport ranks third in Europe. Your advertising campaign will successfully land you in this enormous reach. The range of advertising is broad, including digital boards. For further information, see Download.