About Air Berlin:
On 28th April 1979 the first Air Berlin flight took off from Berlin-Tegel
to Palma de Mallorca. Germany's favourite holiday island is still
the prime destination of Air Berlin's route network. The "Majorca
Shuttle" operates daily flights from 12 German airports. The
total number of weekly flights to Majorca has increased from 140
(summer 2001) to over 200 (summer 2004).
But the airline Air Berlin also regularly serves all the other major holiday
destinations on the Mediterranean coast, as well as in the Canary
Islands, Portugal and North Africa.
In the winter of 1998/1999, for instance, the Spanish mainland
experienced a renaissance, which is why Alicante, Almeria, Malaga
and Jerez de la Frontera have long been an integral part of our
flight schedule. The same applies to all the Canary Islands, Greece
and its many islands, the south of Italy, Turkey, Faro in Portugal,
Madeira, Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt.
In October 2002 Air Berlin launched a new product: the "City
Shuttle". It connects nine German airports with major European
cities: Barcelona, Budapest, London, Manchester, Milan, Rome, Southampton,
Warsaw, Vienna and Zurich.
Official Air Berlin News can be found here.
Bordeaux, Marseille, Paris, Toulouse.
Berlin-Schoenefeld (SXF), Berlin-Tegel
(TXL), Bremen (BRE), Cologne/Bonn (CGN), Dortmund (DTM), Dresden
(DRS), Dusseldorf (DUS), Erfurt (ERF), Frankfurt (FRA), Hamburg
(HAM), Hanover (HAJ), Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden (FKB), Leipzig/Halle
(LEJ), Muenster/Osnabrueck (FMO), Munich (MUC), Nuremberg (NUE),
Paderborn/Lippstadt (PAD), Rostock-Laage (RLG), Saarbruecken (SCN),
Alicante, Almeria, Arrecife, Bilbao, Barcelona, Girona Barcelona, Granada,
Ibiza, Jerez d.l. Frontera, Las Palmas, Madrid, Mahon, Malaga, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca,
Reus Salou, Valencia, Valladolid, Zaragoza.
(Click on country to expand or collapse city list.)