Airberlin sells bargain tickets
Tuesday 26, October 2010
Airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline, is making additional bargain tickets available for booking from 26th to 28th October.
Travellers can enjoy up to 50 per cent discount per flight. This means that keen skiers, tobogganers and snowboarders can book destinations such as Innsbruck and Zurich. Tickets for city breaks and Christmas shopping trips to Helsinki, Copenhagen, Paris and Venice are also on offer. Those wanting to escape the cold winter weather can buy bargain flights to warmer destinations, including Faro, Palma de Mallorca and Tunis. Long-haul flights, for instance to Miami, Phuket and Windhoek, are also available at these special rates.
The offer covers flights between 15th November 2010 and 28th February 2011 from German departure airports to numerous worldwide destinations. Tickets can be purchased online (airberlin.com), by contacting the airline’s Service Centre (tel. 01805 – 737 800; € 0.14/min. from a landline, mobile phone charges not exceeding € 0.42/min.) as well as via travel agencies; prices include taxes, charges and topbonus miles, but exclude aviation tax.
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