Germany’s second largest carrier Airberlin has launched discounted fares sale marking the end of summer travel season, which will last until August 22, 2016. The U.S. customers traveling from New York, Miami and Chicago would be able to take the advantage of this offer to visit multiple cities throughout Europe.
Media reports said that Airberlin would also be offering cheap tickets for travel in fall and winter seasons as well for traveling all over Europe from New York, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The destinations across Europe where U.S. travelers would be able to visit include Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, Italy, the Nordics, and many more. The fares would be inclusive of all taxes and fees, and would vary depending on dates of travel and destinations. The discounted fares are being offered for travel in economy class as well as business class.
Airberlin, a member of leading global airline alliance Oneworld, is presently operating nonstop flights services to Berlin and Dusseldorf from seven U.S. destinations, which includes San Francisco, Fort Myers, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston. The airline offers convenient connections to U.S. customers for traveling all across Europe.
Stefan Pichler, CEO of Airberlin, said, “The airline will be expanding its footprint in the United States with the launch of many new routes and also introducing additional flights to the destinations it is already flying. The U.S. flights offerings would be significantly increased by 50 percent. The airline will be offering 78 weekly flights instead of the existing 55 by next summer.”
Airberlin is all set to launch new flights to Dusseldorf from Orlando starting from May 6, 2017. The airline will operate five weekly flights services between the two destinations. The airline is already serving Fort Myers and Miami, the two key cities in Florida. Airberlin further said that it will also be launching nonstop flights from Berlin to San Francisco and Los Angeles from May 1-2 next year. The airline would be offering four weekly flights to San Francisco, while Los Angeles would be served with thrice weekly flights.