Friday, October 10, 2014

Airberlin Celebrates The Fall Of The Berlin Wall With Lower Fares, As Low As $469 Round Trip To Europe From US

airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline has announced lower fares for travel from October 27th through December 14th, 2014 and January 12th through March 15th, 2014. The sale kicks off on October 10th and is valid until October 21st, 2014. Fares start as low as $469* for a round-trip ticket from New York (JFK) to Stockholm for example and additional fare specials from Miami and Chicago to many other destinations throughout Europe are also availablesuch as from Miami to Krakow from $899* or from Chicago to Vienna from $649*.

This year Germany’s capital Berlin will commemorate the fall of the wall with a light installation that will trace the entire former route of the wall. The light installation features a balloon release which takes place on November 9th, 2014. Travelers can also take advantage of the magic of the Christmas markets throughout Europe that begin in late November and are open through Christmas day.

Flight guests will enjoy airberlin’s in-flight service featuring a selection of free meal and beverage service throughout the flight, on-demand entertainment systems and much more. And as a member of oneworld® airline alliance guests can take advantage of redeeming and accruing miles with any oneworld member airline.

To book this sale visit, contact the airline’s call center at 1-866-266-5588 or a travel agent.

*Additional fees and surcharges may apply.

airberlin is one of the leading airlines in Europe and flies to 171 destinations worldwide each year. The second largest airline in Germany carried more than 31.5 million passengers in 2013. airberlin offers a global route network through its strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, which has a 29.21% share in airberlin, and through membership of the oneworld airline alliance. The airline with the award-winning service operates codeshare flights worldwide with
18 airlines. The fleet has an average age of five years and is among the most modern and eco-efficient in Europe.

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