Since I’ll be going to Germany in September for a gastronomy tour, I am attempting to read more about what is happening. For anyone considering Germany this summer, you may want to check out airberlin.com/europe.
airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline, is offering the EuropePass ready for purchase as of today for travelers who have booked transatlantic travel with airberlin or one of its airline partners. The EuropePass will offer travelers access to an additional 4 European cities within 13 countries for an incredible low price of $249 (USD) including all taxes. The pass can be booked at airberlin.com/europe and is valid for travel from April through September 30, 2011. Passengers can book preset itineraries or create their own European adventure using the interactive map on the webpage.
* Europe Pass bookings are subject to availability and may not be available on all flights and dates. The defined European route network for the EuropePass may vary. Other rules and restrictions apply. Canadian customers, please note that the cost of the EuropePass will be charged in US Dollars.
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airberlin is Germany’s second largest airline. The company employs 8,900 people and received more than 10 awards for service and quality in 2010 alone. The fleet is comprised of 169 aircraft with an average age of five years, making it one of the newest in Europe. Its modern jets ensure a sustainable reduction in harmful emissions in air travel. As one of the most important air travel companies in Europe, airberlin currently flies to 163 destinations in 39 countries. In 2010, it carried 33.6 million passengers. airberlin has signed an application for membership to the global airline alliance oneworld®. Full membership is planned for the start of 2012. airberlin has been offering flights on a joint flight number with American Airlines and Finnair since November 2010.
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