airberlin: long-haul flights can be booked for the winter 2011/12
Wednesday 2, February 2011
Germany’s second largest airline is offering non-stop flights from Berlin Tegel to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) for the first time with the start of the winter timetable 2011/12.
From 2nd November 2011, those travelling with airberlin will be able to get to the largest international airport in New York city directly from Berlin Tegel Airport three times a week. airberlin will offer further non-stop flights to New York in the winter from Dusseldorf.
Alongside the New York flights, it will also be possible to book flights for the winter 2011/12 to Miami. airberlin will offer flights to Miami four times a week from Dusseldorf, while airberlin’s jets will be taking off from Berlin Tegel to Miami three times a week. The USA’s second destination in Florida is Fort Meyers where the airline offers flights three times per week.
The non-stop connection from Berlin Tegel to Dubai is already open for winter bookings. airberlin offers flights to the Arab Emirate every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, while it is possible to fly to Bangkok from Germany up to nine times per week from Dusseldorf and Berlin Tegel with airberlin. airberlin will be offering flights to Thailand’s holiday island of Phuket from Munich in the winter. Windhoek is another of airberlin’s destinations from Munich.
Those who book early will be able to secure tickets straightaway at attractive prices. airberlin will be offering a booking special from 27th January to 10th February for New York flights from Berlin Tegel. This applies to travel from 1st November 2011 to 31st January 2012 for €209.99 per person and route (including taxes, charges and topbonus miles).
All long-haul flights for Winter 2011/12 can be booked immediately on the Internet (airberlin.com) 24/7 in the service centre (Tel.: +49 1805 737 800, at 0.14 €/min from a German landline; call charges from a mobile phone in Germany max. 0.42 €/min) or via your travel agent.
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