Bremen Airport (BRE)
History, Facts and Overview
Bremen Airport came into existence in 1913, making it one of Germany's most historic airfields. By 1920, the recently founded KLM Airlines began operating flights to Bremen, link major cities in Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands.
The post-war years of the 1940s and '50s saw an increase in passenger numbers and flights to the USA and Brazil were started. 1989 was an important year in Bremen Airport's history, when more than one million passengers used the airport and this figure has grown steadily ever since.
Facilities at Bremen Airport (BRE) include ATMs, a bank, currency exchange, post office and a well-known travel agency. There are also several restaurants, cafés and bars in its three terminals, which serve a wide variety of food and drinks. Of the many shopping options, visitors can find current reading material at Relay, practical items at the two HDS Retail GmbH shops, a popular hairdresser, as well as a florist and gift shop selling aviation souvenirs.
Duty-free wine, spirits, jewellery and more are available in the Departures lounge. Business facilities at the Regus Business Centre include private meeting rooms of various sizes, which can be equipped as needed, as well as translation services and video conferencing.