airberlin offers bargain fares for winter travel
Starting today airberlin is offering bargain fares for winter travel for a limited time only. The early booking sale for travel period November 1st, 2012 through February 28th, 2013, feature fares from as low as $598* USD in economy class including all taxes from New York (JFK) to destinations throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland based on round-trip travel. www.airberlin.com
The sale starts today and ends August 31st, 2012. Other US gateways offered in the sale include Miami and Ft. Myers with fares starting from as low as $698* including all taxes and Los Angeles from $798* with three times weekly service during the winter season. airberlin has been recognized as one of Europe’s premiere airlines and as of March of this year is a proud member of the global airline alliance oneworld®.
Guests will experience award-winning inflight service which includes choice of beverage at no charge and free headsets in addition to newly refurbished economy and business class cabins featuring a new state of the art entertainment system. Read articles about Berlin on GoNOMAD.com.
For more information on all current airberlin routes and fare specials, visit us at airberlin.com, contact our call center at 866-266-5588 or book through your travel agent.
*Fares quoted are sample fares in economy class per person, including taxes. Fares are valid for select departures and may not be available on all flights and dates. Other rules and restrictions may apply.
airberlin is Germany’s second largest airline. The company has a workforce of 9,200 employees. Each year, airberlin receives over 10 awards for service and quality. The fleet comprises 165 aircraft with an average age of five years, making it one of the most modern fleets in Europe.
The airline’s state-of-the-art jets are highly fuel efficient, which contributes toward a long-term reduction in pollution emissions from aircraft. As one of the major European airlines, airberlin flies to 162 destinations in 40 countries. In 2011, over 35 million passengers were transported.