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airberlin increases flights to Russia in the winter

From winter 2013/2014, airberlin is increasing the number of flights it operates to Russia. The airline will fly twice a day from Berlin to St. Petersburg in the winter. On its popular route Berlin - Moscow, airberlin will increase the number of services on offer by one additional flight per week to a total of 14.

“Russia is a key strategic market for airberlin. By introducing this expanded service we are reacting to the increased demand for flights to and from Russia and strengthening our position. We now offer our flight guests a consistent service all year round and provide excellent connections via Berlin. With this expansion we are particularly strengthening our service between Berlin and St. Petersburg. airberlin operates more flights on this route than any other airline, with up to 14 flights per week,” said Paul Gregorowitsch, Chief Commercial Officer at airberlin.

The flights from and to Russia have excellent connections via the hub in Berlin offering guests numerous additional destinations. Guests from Russia can travel on to southern Europe or the USA, for example. There are also excellent connections from the airberlin route network to Russia.

The airberlin group operates non-stop flights from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich and Vienna to the three Russian destinations of Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad and offers in total up to 63 flights per week to Russia. People travelling from Russia can choose from up to 57 worldwide connections. In addition, guests can access up to 
13 more destinations within Russia with its oneworld® partner S7 via Moscow under the codeshare agreement with the airberlin group.

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