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Published on : Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Miami’s booming! And this winter, airberlin will fly its passengers non-stop from Berlin to Florida. The first winter flight to Miami will take off from Berlin-Tegel on
5 November. Every Thursday and Saturday, airberlin will fly an A330-200 Airbus to Florida. “For Berlin residents, in particular, Miami is a leading long-haul destination. We’ve therefore adjusted our schedule for the coming winter. Together with our daily service from Dusseldorf, we now offer an ideal range of flights to Miami!”, said airberlin’s Chief Executive Officer, Stefan Pichler.
airberlin is also expanding its existing US services from Berlin this winter: airberlin will fly to Chicago every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday this winter, once more than last year. The number of flights to New York (JFK) from Berlin will also be expanded this winter, with two additional services. This winter, airberlin will therefore offer daily service to the Big Apple for the first time.
“In Dusseldorf, we’re already the number one when it comes to flights to North America. And now we’re also improving our performance in Berlin-Tegel, with a constant number of flights. The US is an important part of our network strategy. Within the United States, our passengers can access excellent connecting services with our codeshare partner, American Airlines”, said Pichler.
airberlin operates daily service from Dusseldorf to Miami and New York and three flights a week to Fort Myers. There are connecting flights available from many airports in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.