Germany’s leading carrier Airberlin has announced it will be expanding its operations from Chicago. The airline will be operating up to five weekly flights from Chicago to Warsaw and Krakow, both cities in Poland. The flights have started in November this year and would be continuing through spring 2017.
Airberlin has also indicated that it would be increasing the frequencies of its five weekly flights to daily service during summer schedule next year, and offer convenient connections via its Berlin hub to several destinations across Europe. The customers booking flights with Airberlin are also being offered free stopovers of up to one week when traveling in Europe thus adding extra value to their journey.
A spokesperson of Airberlin said that the two Polish cities Krakow and Warsaw are great favorites with travelers from Chicago. Both the destinations are renowned for their rich history and traditions, and are hotspots for tourists from world over. Among other popular holiday destinations in Europe that are frequented most by U.S. tourists include Rome, Milan and Catania (Italy), Nuremberg and Munich (Germany), Vienna and Salzburg (Austria), Budapest (Hungary), and Prague (Czech Republic).
Airberlin has introduced its new European business class offering ample legroom in the first row of seats as well as a guaranteed free middle seat to all those booking business class tickets from Chicago to European destinations. Among other amenities offered in business class cabins include complimentary hot and cold meal service, free snacks and alcoholic drinks, a refreshing organic smoothie, and up to 32 kg free checked baggage. The airline also offers FullFlat business class on its transatlantic service.
Airberlin is Germany’s second largest airline and among the leading airlines in Europe. The airline is presently conducting flights services to 131 destinations in different parts of the world every year. Airberlin is also into strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, which also owns a 29.21 percent stake in the airline. It is also a member of Oneworld airline alliance.