With airberlin, south is the way to go – and anyone who wants to escape the season of short days and glum faces should book their flight ticket now. “By providing this additional allocation of low cost flights we are responding to our passengers’ needs to prepare for the best time of year early on,” explains Paul Gregorowitsch, Chief Commercial Officer airberlin. “More and more passengers are attracted to exotic sunny destinations such as Thailand, Curacao, Cuba or Abu Dhabi, particularly in the winter. Our tickets at bargain fares make long-haul travel affordable, and that’s why they are so popular with our passengers,” says Gregorowitsch.
For passengers who would like to travel further afield, airberlin is making an additional 1,000,000 low cost long-haul tickets available up to and including Thursday 9th August 2012. The tickets are for travel from 1st September to 31st December 2012 and include destinations such as Abu Dhabi, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. In Europe, cities such as Barcelona, Copenhagen, Oslo and Vienna are worth a visit. In terms of domestic flights, Germany’s second largest airline flies from Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart or Sylt, for example, to Berlin and Dusseldorf from 49 euros per flight.
Tickets can be booked online at airberlin.com, through the company’s Service Center (phone: 01805 - 737 800 ; €0.14/min. from a German landline, call charges from mobile phones max. €0.42/min.) or at a travel agents. Prices are inclusive of all taxes and charges and include topbonus miles.