Air Berlin, Germany’s second largest airline, doesn’t afraid of crisis and belive in strength of Polish market. From 25th April the airline is operating a new route: from Berlin-Tegel to Cracow.
An Air Berlin jet will be taking off from Berlin-Tegel and heading for Krakow every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Feeder flights to Berlin are available from numerous German and European cities, including Düsseldorf, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, Cologne-Bonn, Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich, so it means Cracow is now (in summer 2009) really well connected to Europe via the German airline.
Flights to Krakow can now be booked online (http://www.airberlin.com/), by calling the airline’s Service Centre (Tel.: 01805-737 800) any time and through travel agents. Early bookers can make sure of getting bargain fares from just 29 euros one way, including taxes, charges and miles.
Cracow is the most important Polish city in Air Berlin’s strategy. The airline is operating many various destination from Balice Airport to cities in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Air Berlin is also present in Warsaw Airport, but there is only few connection available to holiday destinations such as Windhoek in Namibia, Cape Town or places in Thailand.
Air Berlin is one of the major and respected European airlines. In April it won the European Business Award in the “Customer Focus” category in appreciation of friendly customer service. The European Business Awards have been issued annually since 2006. The independent award is designed as recognition of successful and innovative companies in the European Union.