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DAY (Dayton) to TXL (Berlin) Flights $1,013.11

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Cheap DAY to TXL Flights

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Interesting Facts About Flights from Dayton to Berlin (DAY to TXL)

Question : Over the coming months, which airline is getting their passengers to Tegel Airport (TXL) round-trip the cheapest?
Answer : United Airlines is your best bet for finding that coveted low fare. They're offering fares as low as $1,045, while prices for other flights are as high as $3,884.

Question : Would you be willing to change your travel days if it saved you money?
Answer : In August, the cheapest day to fly is Thursday. Being flexible with your travel days garners even more savings during booking.

Question : Is there another way to get to Berlin besides Tegel Airport (TXL)?
Answer : Tegel Airport is a great airport, but there is a cheaper option – Berlin Brandenburg Airport. It’s just 16 miles away and flights are being booked 51% cheaper over the coming two months.

Question : Do prices fluctuate more for this route than others?
Answer : Flight prices fluctuate more than the majority of routes from the United States for DAY to TXL. They vary from $1,045 to $3,884. The further out you book a route, the more likely you are to save.

Question : Do travelers from Dayton typically stay in Berlin for very long?
Answer : Over the next two months, passengers from DAY to TXL are planning on staying for nine days on average.

Question : Interested in traveling in the next 30 days and want to get the lowest fare?
Answer : Since low prices are preferred, look at Jul 27th. As of Jul 24th, it's showing the cheapest ticket sales at $3,764. That is 1% below the average price for this route, so you can spend that extra cash on an adventure rather than the flight.