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airberlin Expands its Service From the U.S. for Winter 2016

July 25, 2016 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

airberlin offers more service this winter from the U.S.

airberlin has announced the addition of ten flights from the U.S. to Berlin and Dusseldorf, its two hubs in Germany starting in November 2016.

gI_62917_airberlin A330-200 at Dusseldorf Airport

The new additional frequencies include two more flights from Miami to Berlin bringing the total to four weekly flights, an additional flight to Dusseldorf from New York brings the total to eight weekly flights and one more flight from Chicago to Berlin bringing the total to five weekly flights. In addition airberlin has also increased the service from Ft Myers to Dusseldorf from three to four weekly flights offering travelers the only nonstop service to Germany and beyond from this gateway.

airberlin will also resume its year-round service from Los Angeles to Dusseldorf with five weekly flights. New York will be connected with daily services to Germany’s capital city, Berlin providing a convenient choice for travelers.

airberlin offers travelers both economy and business class on board its Airbus A330-200 long-haul fleet. Its business class provides a high level of privacy, comfort and individual service. Every passenger has direct access to the aisle from the FullFlat seat. And in economy class the introduction of 46 XL seats per aircraft on long-haul flights offers airberlin passengers 20 per cent extra leg room, ensuring more comfort and faster embarking and disembarking. The comparison website Skytrax* confirms that airberlin provides the most generous seat pitch – of roughly 91 cm (36 in) – in an industry comparison for transatlantic flights in Economy class

“We are a quality airline and a smart alternative to the competition for leisure and business travelers alike. Our extensive flight schedule and the new connections to North America enable us to strengthen our position as market leaders in Dusseldorf and Berlin. Frequent flyers can use their topbonus miles for upgrades to business class or an XL seat and enjoy our onboard comfort to the fullest,” said airberlin Chief Executive Officer Stefan Pichler.

For the sixth consecutive year airberlin’s frequent flyer program, topbonus, has been named the frequent flyer program offering the largest number of award flight seats
by the well-known US consulting firm IdeaWorks Company who came to this conclusion following the evaluation of thousands of booking requests on the websites of 25 frequent flyer programs in March 2016. The results for the travel period from June to October 2015 formed the basis of the evaluation. Other contenders for the award included many of the world’s largest frequent flyer programs.

topbonus continues to attract members from all over the world and offers business travelers multiple levels of membership and attractive incentives such as additional baggage, priority boarding and the ease of accruing and redeeming mileage with airberlin and its oneworld® partners.

airberlin offers nonstop service to Dusseldorf and/or Berlin from seven U.S. gateways which include Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Ft. Myers and San Francisco and convenient connections to cities all over Europe.

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