airberlin flies non-stop from Düsseldorf to Las Vegas
Tuesday 3, January 2012
airberlin is further expanding the flights it offers to North America and will fly non-stop from Düsseldorf to Las Vegas twice a week as of summer 2012.
With the new destination, airberlin passengers can now fly to a total of seven destinations in North America (New York, Miami, Fort Myers, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Vancouver). This makes airberlin the main provider of non-stop flights to North America from Düsseldorf airport.
The first airberlin flight to the desert metropolis in the US State of Nevada will take off from Düsseldorf on 10th May 2012. The flight will be serviced on Thursdays and Sundays using an Airbus A330. The departure time in Düsseldorf is 13:55, landing in Las Vegas at 16:15. The return flight to Düsseldorf will arrive at 13:30. Connecting flights to Düsseldorf are available from six German airports and from Austria, Switzerland, Copenhagen and Milan. As the departure and arrival times are in the middle of the day, the new flight is particularly attractive for airberlin passengers from the Netherlands as well.
Tickets to Las Vegas for summer 2012 are available from just € 349 one way including taxes, charges and topbonus miles and can be booked over the Internet (airberlin.com), at the airline’s Service Centre (Tel. +49 (0)1805 737,800; € 0.14/min. from a German landline; call charges from mobile phones in Germany max. € 0.42/min) as well as at travel agencies.
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