From April 2014, airberlin is expanding its flight schedule from Germany to Israel by five flights a week, so it will then be flying to Tel Aviv a total of 17 times a week from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich and Vienna.
“Since we first started flying to Tel Aviv in 2009, we have steadily increased our service so that we can offer our guests an even more attractive flight schedule. We are continuing this commitment, and from summer 2014, airberlin and NIKI will be flying a total of 17 times a week non-stop to Tel Aviv from Germany and Austria. The new flights will also mean that even more global connections will be available to our guests,” says Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, CEO of airberlin.
With the two extra flights a week from summer 2014, airberlin will then be flying to Tel Aviv from Berlin every day. There will also be two more flights a week from Dusseldorf, making a total of four flights a week. With one extra flight from Munich, airberlin will be flying from there to the Israeli city by the Mediterranean three times a week. airberlin’s partner airline NIKI will continue to fly three non-stop flights a week to Tel Aviv from Vienna.
From the first to the last row, the airberlin crew will serve all guests free drinks and a sandwich on flights to and from Tel Aviv. Flights can be booked online at airberlin.com, through the airline’s Service Center around the clock on 030 3434 3434 (local rates apply from Germany, other numbers are available) or through a travel agency.