Europe to Australia with airberlin

airberlin and Etihad codeshare Europe to Australia via Abu Dhabi | Air Travel News

airberlin to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney

Germany’s second largest airline, airberlin, is now offering flights to Australia.  airberlin is growing its strategic partnership with Etihad Airways via codeshare agreements on flights to Australia.

airberlin operates daily flights from Berlin (TXL) and Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS) to Etihad’s Global Hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).  From Abu Dhabi, passengers can connect to flights operated by Etihad to Brisbane (BNE), Melbourne (MEL), and Sydney (SYD).

Passengers can earn both status miles and award miles with airberlin’s topbonus frequent flyer program or Etihad Guest.

Customers flying to Australia in Business Class will have access to complimentary limousine service within a 40 kilometer (nearly 25 miles) radius of Berlin-Tegal, Berlin-Brandenburg, Munich, or Frankfurt Airports.  Business Class customers departing Dusseldorf are offered limo service within a 60 kilometer (aprox 37 miles) radius of the airport.

In addition to the pickup service, business class passengers arriving in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, and Munich, will be greeted upon arrival and driven into the city or a destination within the area.

airberlin is the newest member of the oneworld alliance.  For passengers traveling to Australia, Qantas is also a oneworld carrier and has a significant route network across the continent.

Berlin Tegal To Close when Brandenburg Opens

Update: Berlin-Tegal is still open. Problems at Brandenburg have postponed the opening.

Berlin-Tegal Airport will be closing on June 2, 2012, and Berlin Brandenburg will open the following morning, June 3, 2012.  When Brandenburg does open, please keep this in mind when making travel plans to or from Berlin.

The last passenger flight from Berlin-Tegal will be airberlin flight AB1000.

The new-build Berlin Brandenburg Airport is located on the border between the states of Berlin and Brandenburg.  The new facility will incorporate part of Berlin-Schönefeld’s airfield – Schönefeld’s existing southern runway will become the new airport’s northern runway.  The new terminal will be to the south of the existing field at Schönefeld.

A second parallel runway was built and the passenger terminal will become a midfield terminal, located between the two runways.  The airport will be made-up with a main pier as well as a north and south pier; airberlin, the largest carrier to use the new airport, will have exclusive use of the southern pier.

Brandenburg will be well connected with public transportation with a rail station on the lowest level of the airport with six tracks.

 

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