Air Berlin to switch Paris airport and increase flights

© Christian Schurmann

Air Berlin has announced that it will use Paris-Charles de Gaulle for its flights from Berlin Tegel instead of Paris-Orly from March 26th, 2017. The frequency of the flight will also increase from twice daily to four times a day.

“As part of our realignment as a network carrier, we’re optimising our European route network, improving connectivity and thereby reinforcing our hubs by means of increased connecting flights,” Stefan Pichler, Air Berlin’s Chief Executive Officer, said. “These additional services not only mean more flights, but also new connections and shorter transfer times, which are particularly important for business travellers.”


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