Winter flight schedule 2008/200924.10.2008
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome the four airlines Brussels Airlines, Cirrus Airlines, InterSky and Flysmaland to Tegel at the beginning of the winter flight schedule 2008/2009,” said Dr. Rainer Schwarz, CEO of Berlin Airports. “The relocation from Tempelhof to Tegel allows these airlines to continue to provide their customers with top quality services boosted by the excellent infrastructure that Berlin’s busiest airport has to offer.”
Brussels Airlines flies from Tegel
Cirrus Airlines from Tegel
InterSky from Tegel
Flysmaland from Tegel
Winter destinations 2008/09
New connections from Tegel Airport:
As from 4 November, Germania will be flying a weekly service to the southern Israeli city of Eilat. The airline will be flying to Ovda International Airport, which is approx. 40 kilometers north-west of the popular Red Sea beach resort of Eilat.
On 2 September, the Polish airline JetAir launched a new service from Berlin to Krakow via Poznan. The thrice-weekly service connects Berlin with Poland’s second-largest city, considered by many to be the secret Polish capital.
Transavia launches a service from Berlin to Innsbruck on 18 December. The Dutch airline will be flying four times a week from the German capital to Innsbruck in Austria.
The start of the new winter flight schedule sees the Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air move from Schoenefeld to Tegel in order to provide business passengers with an enhanced range of services.
New connections from Schoenefeld Airport:
From 27 October, the Norwegian low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle will be flying to the Norwegian city of Rygge. The twice-weekly service connects Schoenefeld Airport with the airport Oslo-Rygge, which is 60 kilometers to the south of the capital, Oslo.
Ryanair, the Irish low-cost airline, is adding some new services to its list of destinations from Schoenefeld Airport. With the introduction of the new winter flight schedule, the airline will be launching a thrice-weekly flight to Italy’s fashion capital, Milan. The new Berlin - Weeze service will fly 11 times a week. From the beginning of November, the airline will be flying four times a week to the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. Ryanair has also increased the frequency of its service from Berlin to Frankfurt/Hahn: there are now three daily flights.
Starting on 29 October, the German-Turkish airline SunExpress will launch a service from Berlin to Istanbul. The twice-daily service leaves from Schoenefeld and arrives in Sabiha Gökcen International Airport (Istanbul SAW), which is located on the Asian side of Istanbul. There are excellent connections from the airport to the city centre of Istanbul.
All flights can also be booked via www.viaberlin.com, Berlin Airports’ portal for modern travelling from, via and to Berlin. Just a few clicks is all it takes to put together and book flights. The site also includes a wide range of useful additional services, such as flight connection insurance, transfer services, cultural and event tips for Berlin.