Air Berlin Increases Weekly Flights Between Germany, U.S. for 2014 Summer Schedule

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 November 2013
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An Air Berlin jet in Munich

An Air Berlin jet in Munich

Air Berlin announced that it will increase its number of weekly flights between Germany and the U.S. for its 2014 summer schedule.  The airline will offer three additional weekly flights between Berlin and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

With the additional flights, the carrier will offer a total of ten weekly flights between the two cities.  Air Berlin will also operate ten flights a week between Düsseldorf and New York.

The airline will also offer daily midday, as well as late afternoon, flights to New York from Munich, Zurich, Vienna, and Nürnberg via Berlin or Düsseldorf.  Air Berlin passengers departing out of Berlin will have new connection possibilities, including travel through Bucharest, Graz, Kaliningrad, Madrid, Rome, and Salzburg.

In addition, Air Berlin will be increasing its number of flights to Chicago next summer.  The airline will offer daily nonstop flights to the Windy City.

Air Berlin will offer nonstop flights from Germany to five U.S. cities next summer: Chicago, Fort Myers, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York.

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