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More flights to the USA: airberlin increases frequency of flights offered on winter schedule

airberlin is ploughing ahead with its growth strategy for the USA and increasing the frequency of flights on its routes from Berlin and Dusseldorf to New York and from Dusseldorf to Miami and Fort Meyers on the winter schedule for 2013.

“The USA is a very popular destination for our flight guests from Germany and Europe. We are responding to rising demand and, following the increase in the frequency 
of flights offered on the current summer schedule, we are also expanding our 
winter timetable to the USA. Our flight guests will thus have a wider choice of departure times to travel to North America during the winter season,” Paul Gregorowitsch, 
Chief Commercial Officer at airberlin, said.

One additional flight per week is now available for booking from Berlin to New York and a further three flights a week are available departing from Dusseldorf. On the routes from Dusseldorf to Miami and Fort Meyers, one extra flight per week has been added for each destination. This winter, therefore, airberlin is offering daily flights from Dusseldorf to Miami and New York all year round for the first time - and in the summer there are up to two flights a day to New York. The winter schedule starts on 1st November 2013 and ends on 30th April 2014.

airberlin operates flights to a total of five destinations in the USA: Chicago, Fort Meyers, 
Los Angeles, Miami and New York. From these various destinations in North America, the airline offers codeshare flights with its oneworld® partner, American Airlines, 
to a total of another 59 cities, giving airberlin flight guests access to almost every part of the USA.

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