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If you want to stand out from the other holiday makers we can rent you our top range of Any Airport Car Hire Berlin Tempelhof Airport cars such as the exotic BMW 3 series cabriolet, the premium Mercedes C220 automatic wagon and the luxury Mercedes ML400 automatic. Even these impressive vehicles can cost as little as 18 Euros per day. That price goes down the longer you want to book for and fhe further in advance you make the booking.

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You won't be disappointed with your quote for Any AirportCar Rental Berlin Tempelhof Airport . Our cars are so cheap that you will have plenty of money left over to spend on yourself during the holiday. Despite these low prices our quality is without fault and you get top name brands as well as vehicles which have been regularly checked over by capable mechanics. These same mechanics can come out to you as part of free breakdown cover if you have a problem.

Berlin Tempelhof Airport Information

Flughafen Berlin Tempelhof is known as Berlin Tempelhof Airport and is located in a southern borough of this great German city. Unfortunately the airport has finally closed despite being open for almost 90 years. Berlin Tempelhof Airport closed in 2008 despite the best efforts of protestors but we still have Any Airport car hire offices there for those who want vehicles.

Many people who come here do so to learn about the incredible historical importance of the airport. Dating all the way back to the 1920s when Berlin Tempelhof Airport became the first to have an underground railway, the airport has a long history. In the cold war it was one of the only airports which American forces could use to access West Berlin. Earlier Berlin airport had been the amazing scene of the 1948 Berlin airlift when thousands of tonnes of food was flown into Berlin Tempelhof Airport to prevent the local population from starving. The incident was caused when Soviet authorities tried to blockade the area off.

These same Soviet forces had originally taken control of Berlin Tempelhof Airport during the Battle of Berlin in 1945, at the end of the Second World War. A monument to the pilots who lost their lives in the operation remains and it is inscribed with the names of seventy British and American pilots. This was one of Europe's main airports with a suitably large terminal building to match. Indeed some think it may be the world's longest continually operating commercial airport.

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