Published on : Thursday, August 28, 2014
This means that even in late summer, airberlin offers an exceptionally dense network of flights to carry travellers reliably to their destinations.
Now is the time – at the end of the summer holidays – when for some travellers the best holiday period starts.
airberlin has put together some top tips for European sunshine destinations which are still available for people making last-minute plans. airberlin is also offering flights at particularly attractive prices this autumn and winter.
Over the next few weeks, last-minute flights will be available with airberlin to the Balearic Islands. Germany’s second-largest airline offers 320 flights per week to Palma de Mallorca from many German airports. airberlin flies to Ibiza from twelve German airports.
And a spontaneous beach holiday on the Turkish Riviera can also be booked at short notice with airberlin. airberlin flies nonstop to Antalya from Dresden, Munster/Osnabruck, Munich, Nuremberg and Paderborn. Guests can also enjoy late summer with guaranteed sunshine on the Greek islands of Crete, Rhodes and Kos, as well as in the Canaries.
Until 2nd September, airberlin is offering return flights at particularly attractive prices to travellers who are looking for flight offers this autumn and winter. Flights to Berlin from Cologne and Stuttgart, for instance, start at 89 Euros.
Other examples include flights from Berlin to Venice, Vienna and Zurich from 89 Euros. Special anniversary fares also apply to flight guests from Germany flying to many sunshine destinations on the Mediterranean or the Canary Islands.
The travel period for these runs from 29th September this year up to and including 31st March 2015.