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The Tempelhof airport has always been a place where people come together. Once a hub for international air traffic, the light-flooded halls are now a hip location for events of all kinds, with ceilings up to 18 meters high and huge hangar doors that can be opened as needed. From here, the view extends far across the field, right into the heart of the city, into the heart of Berlin.

Our premises are wonderfully versatile and can be used as a catwalk, art gallery or tennis court. It's no coincidence that more than 50 films have been shot here in recent decades, from Billy Wilder's classic "One, Two, Three" to the blockbuster "The Tribute to Panem". The grounds of Europe's largest architectural monument regularly host events such as the Formula E car race, the Positions art fair and the Marathon Expo, as well as product presentations by Dax companies, gala dinners and award ceremonies. For large outdoor events such as the Lollapalooza Festival or an Ärzte concert, the airport apron is made for the occasion. At 25 hectares, it is the world's largest open-air area in the middle of a city. Thanks to the roofing, we are also guaranteed not to leave anyone out in the rain while dancing.

Every year, we receive around 1,000 inquiries from interested parties who want to hold events, shoot films or take photos at the Tempelhof airport. Send us the 1,001. – we look forward to working with you!


  • International fame and historical significance
  • Exposed location in the heart of Berlin
  • 25 hectares of open-air space, the world's largest in the middle of a city
  • Covered apron for rain-protected open-air events
  • Wide variety of spaces, can be used separately or in combination

Your inquiry

Are you planning to hold an event at Tempelhof airport? We will be happy to review your inquiry and assist you in the preparation and planning of your event.

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