This winter, Germany’s second largest airline will offer more flights from Dusseldorf, Berlin and Hamburg to Innsbruck – around 180 per cent more than last winter.
15 weekly services will now connect Tirol’s most populous town and the three German cities, an increase from six previously. The new flights will commence in mid-December 2016, five days a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays (instead of the previous services on just two days).
For passengers, more flights mean more flexibility when planning trips, for example, to discover wintry Innsbruck or the many excellent ski getaways in Tirol. Passengers from Tirol, on the other hand, will enjoy more options for experiencing three of Germany’s most attractive cities. Short trips to catch a musical in Hamburg, the vibrant nightlife in Berlin or a shopping trip in Dusseldorf – all three cities have plenty of culture and attractions on offer so an unforgettable holiday experience is guaranteed.
Business passengers in particular will benefit from increased services between Tirol, Austria’s most important economic region, and three of Germany’s major cities, which are also leading economic centres. Attractive connections via the hubs in Dusseldorf and Berlin also open up Northern and Eastern Europe to destinations like Scandinavia and Poland, while airberlin’s long-haul route network offers flights to destinations such as New York, Los Angeles, Havana, Abu Dhabi and Miami.
Tickets for these flights can be booked directly at airberlin, by calling the Service Centre +49 (0)180 6 334 334, Euro0.20 per call from a German landline, max. Euro0.60 per call from a German mobile) or via travel agents.