To Prague and Billund with airberlinBerlin, 14.04.2015
The new summer flight plan sees airberlin extending its route network from Berlin to include two new destinations: Prague and Billund. As of 13 April 2015, the German airline will be departing Berlin Tegel for Prague three times daily from Monday to Friday. With another five connections at the weekend, airberlin offers a total of 20 flights a week to the Czech capital. Daily flights from Berlin to Billund in Denmark, famous for its LEGOLAND amusement park, have also been available since 13 April 2015. Both destinations have optimum links to the Berlin Tegel hub, offering passengers connections within the international airberlin route network.
The airline with the largest share of the Berlin market is steadily increasing its flight frequencies from Berlin Tegel: flights between Berlin and Warsaw are being increased to a total of 25 per week. And the number of flights to Gdansk is increasing from twelve to 20 weekly connections. The Berlin-Graz route is served twice daily on weekdays.
With immediate effect, tickets can be booked for all links from Berlin at www.airberlin.com, by phone via the airline's Service Center and in travel agencies. Flights from Berlin to Prague and Billund are served by Saab 2000 aircraft from Darwin Airlines commissioned by airberlin.