Airberlin Set to Begin Summer Long Nonstop Service from Los Angeles



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Summer travel is almost here and airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline, commences its summer season nonstop service to Dusseldorf from Los Angeles on April 13, 2014 with its refurbished long-haul fleet featuring FullFlat seats in business class.

Fares start from $903 based on round-trip travel including taxes to Vienna for example and many other offers to cities throughout Europe such as Barcelona, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Milan, and Salzburg. The flights operate four times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from April through October, 2014.

Travelers can enjoy state of the art on demand entertainment systems in both classes of service and choice of hot entrees and free beverage service throughout the flight. In addition as a member of oneworld additional US gateways conveniently connect to airberlin’s nonstop service to Dusseldorf such as Las Vegas, San Diego and Tucson through its codeshare partner in the U.S. American Airlines. Mileage can be accrued and redeemed through any oneworld partner including airberlin.

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