Summer flight schedule 2007

More summer destinations, more to experience
With the beginning of the new summer flight schedule, Berlin will be even better connected to the rest of the world. As of 25 March 2007, four new airlines – Clickair, Belavia, and DirectFly – will be operating flights from Berlin Airports to nine new destinations. There will also be an additional 12 connections to popular holiday destinations. Flights will thus be operated from Berlin to a total of 152 destinations in 49 countries.

The airlines in Berlin have registered a total of 133,794 take-offs and landings for the summer flight schedule period. This represents a year-on-year increase in the number of aircraft movements of more than 4 per cent. "By expanding its flight offerings, Berlin Airports has managed to establish itself amongst the top German commercial airports", says Dr. Rainer Schwarz, CEO of Berlin Airports. "Both the Berlin tourist industry and the people of Berlin are sure to benefit from this offer in the summer of 2007."

City breaks to destinations such as Lisbon, Barcelona or Venice are currently very popular. Flights to popular holiday resorts such as the Black Sea coast or the Greek island Mykonos are also attracting holidaymakers to the sun. Those who prefer to discover the North can now take advantage of the direct flights on offer from Berlin to the Norwegian city Stavanger and Gothenburg in Sweden.

All new connections from Berlin-Tegel:

Air Berlin will be operating six new flights a week from Berlin-Tegel to Gothenburg, and flights to Rimini on Saturdays and to Münster/Osnabrück six days a week. Furthermore, the airline will be operating daily flights, except on Saturdays, to the Swedish capital Stockholm.

The new low-cost airline Clickair will be operating daily flights from Berlin-Tegel to the Spanish city Barcelona.

Starting in March, Deutsche Lufthansa will be flying to the island Sylt/Westerland in the North Sea on Saturdays and Sundays.

Starting in June 2007, TUIfly will be operating daily flights from the German capital to the new airport in Memmingen in the Bavarian region Allgäu. Also starting in summer, the airline will be resuming flights to Tel Aviv, flying travellers to Israel's second-largest city every Monday and Thursday.

All new connections from Berlin-Schoenefeld:

Starting in May 2007, the Belarusian airline Belavia will be operating three flights a week to Minsk.

DirectFly will be operating cheap flights three days a week to the Polish city Cracow.

EasyJet is now offering cheap daily flights from Berlin-Schoenefeld to Lisbon and Venice.

Germania is adding a new destination to its flight schedule at the gateway between Asia and Europe. The airline will be operating flights every Sunday to the Georgian capital Tbilisi.

Germanwings is offering a total of four new summer destinations in its flight schedule: flights will be operated to the Black Sea coast every weekend – Saturdays to Varna and Sundays to Burgas in Bulgaria. Twice a week – Fridays and Sundays – planes will fly to the Balaton airport Sarmellek. Also every Sunday, Germanwings will be flying travellers directly to the Greek island Mykonos.

Icelandair is once again offering flights from Schoenefeld to Reykjavik in its flight schedule. The airline is expanding its offerings to four flights a week and will continue to do so up until October of this year. will be flying travellers from Berlin-Schoenefeld to Manchester, England, up to six days a week.

LTU will be connecting the German capital to the Egyptian city Marsa Alam on the coast of the Red Sea by offering flights every Friday.

Norwegian Air will be offering flights from Berlin-Schoenefeld to the Norwegian city Stavanger on Thursdays and Sundays.

All flight information listed is current as of 20.3.2007.

Spokesman Lars Wagner

Lars Wagner Head of the Press Office / Spokesman
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