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Old March 27th, 2010, 08:08 AM   #1
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✈ | AB° | Air Berlin

Air Berlin is Germany's second largest airline after Lufthansa.

Destinations: 2010

Africa

Algeria
o Algiers - Houari Boumedienne Airport

Egypt
o Cairo - Cairo International Airport
o Hurghada - Hurghada International Airport
o Luxor - Luxor International Airport
o Marsa Alam - Marsa Alam International Airport
o Sharm el-Sheikh - Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport

Kenya
o Mombasa - Moi International Airport

Morocco
o Agadir - Al Massira Airport
o Nador - Nador International Airport
o Tangier - Ibn Batouta International Airport

Namibia
o Windhoek - Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport

South Africa
o Cape Town - Cape Town International Airport

Tunisia
o Djerba - Djerba-Zarzis Airport
o Monastir - Monastir International Airport
o Tunis - Carthage Airport


Americas
Caribbean

Cuba
o Varadero - Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport

Dominican Republic
o Puerto Plata - Gregorio Luperón International Airport
o Punta Cana - Punta Cana International Airport

Jamaica
o Montego Bay - Sangster International Airport

North America

Canada
o Vancouver - Vancouver International Airport [seasonal]

Mexico
o Cancún - Cancún International Airport

United States
o Fort Myers - Southwest Florida International Airport
o Los Angeles - Los Angeles International Airport [seasonal]
o Miami - Miami International Airport
o New York City - John F. Kennedy International Airport [seasonal]
o San Francisco - San Francisco International Airport [begins 12 May; seasonal]

South America

Brazil
o Manaus - Eduardo Gomes International Airport (charter cruise)

Asia

Cyprus
o Larnaca - Larnaca International Airport
o Paphos - Paphos International Airport

Iraq
o Arbil - Erbil International Airport
o Sulaymaniyah - Sulaimaniyah International Airport

Israel
o Tel Aviv - Ben Gurion International Airport

Maldives
o Malé - Malé International Airport

Thailand
o Bangkok - Suvarnabhumi Airport
o Phuket - Phuket International Airport

Europe

Austria
o Graz - Graz Airport [seasonal]
o Innsbruck - Innsbruck Airport [seasonal]
o Klagenfurt - Klagenfurt Airport
o Salzburg - Salzburg Airport
o Vienna - Vienna International Airport

Bulgaria
o Burgas - Burgas Airport [seasonal]
o Varna - Varna Airport [seasonal]

Croatia
o Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik Airport [begins 2 May, seasonal]
o Rijeka - Rijeka Airport [seasonal]
o Split - Split Airport [seasonal

Denmark
o Copenhagen - Kastrup Airport

Finland
o Helsinki - Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

France
o Calvi - Calvi - Sainte-Catherine Airport [begins 3 April, seasonal]
o Mulhouse - EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg
o Nice - Côte d'Azur Airport
o Paris - Paris-Orly Airport

Germany
o Berlin
o Bremen - Bremen Airport
o Cologne/Bonn - Cologne Bonn Airport Hub
o Dortmund - Dortmund Airport
o Dresden - Dresden Airport Focus City
o Düsseldorf - Düsseldorf Airport Hub
o Erfurt - Erfurt Airport
o Frankfurt - Frankfurt Airport Focus City
o Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen Airport [seasonal]
o Hamburg - Hamburg Airport Focus City
o Hanover - Hannover Airport Focus City
o Heringsdorf - Heringsdorf Airport [begins 1 May, seasonal]
o Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden - Baden Airparko
o Leipzig/Halle - Leipzig/Halle Airport Focus City
o Memmingen - Memmingen Airport
o Munich - Munich Airport Hub
o Münster/Osnabrück - Münster Osnabrück Airport Focus City
o Nuremberg - Nuremberg Airport Hub
o Paderborn/Lippstadt - Paderborn Lippstadt Airport Focus City
o Rostock - Rostock-Laage Airport [seasonal]
o Saarbrücken - Saarbrücken Airport
o Stuttgart - Stuttgart Airport Focus City
o Westerland - Sylt Airport

Greece
o Araxos/Patras - Araxos Airport [begins 4 May, seasonal]
o Chania - Chania International Airport [seasonal]
o Corfu - Corfu International Airport, "Ioannis Kapodistrias" [seasonal]
o Heraklion - Heraklion International Airport, "Nikos Kazantzakis" [seasonal]
o Kalamata - Kalamata International Airport [begins 6 May, seasonal]
o Karpathos - Karpathos Island National Airport [seasonal]
o Kavala - Kavala International Airport [seasonal]
o Kefalonia - Kefalonia Island International Airport [begins 12 May, seasonal]
o Kos - Kos Island International Airport [seasonal]
o Mykonos - Mykonos Island National Airport [seasonal]
o Mytilene - Mytilene International Airport [seasonal]
o Preveza - Aktion National Airport [seasonal]
o Rhodes - Rhodes International Airport, "Diagoras" [seasonal]
o Santorini - Santorini (Thira) National Airport [seasonal]
o Samos - Samos International Airport [seasonal]
o Skiathos - Skiathos Island National Airport [seasonal]
o Thessaloniki - Thessaloniki International Airport, "Makedonia"
o Volos - International Airport of Central Greece [seasonal]
o Zakynthos - Zakynthos International Airport, "Dionysios Solomos" [seasonal]

Iceland
o Reykjavik - Keflavík International Airport [seasonal]

Italy
o Bari - Bari Airport
o Brindisi - Brindisi Airport
o Cagliari - Cagliari-Elmas Airport
o Catania - Catania-Fontanarossa Airport
o Florence - Peretola Airport [begins 28 March]
o Lamezia Terme - Lamezia Terme Airport [seasonal]
o Milan - Malpensa Airport
o Naples - Naples Airport
o Olbia - Olbia - Costa Smeralda Airport
o Palermo - Palermo Airport
o Pisa - Galileo Galilei Airport [begins 28 March, seasonal]
o Rimini - Federico Fellini Airport [seasonal]
o Rome - Leonardo da Vinci Airport
o Venice - Venice Marco Polo Airport

Kosovo
o Pristina - Pristina International Airport

Netherlands
o Amsterdam - Schiphol Airport [seasonal]

Norway
o Oslo - Oslo Airport, Gardermoen

Poland
o Gdańsk - Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport [begins 1 May]
o Kraków - John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice

Portugal
o Faro - Faro Airport
o Funchal - Madeira Airport
o Lisbon - Lisbon Portela Airport
o Porto - Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport

Romania
o Bucharest - Henri Coandă International Airport
o Constanţa - Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport [seasonal]

Russia
o Moscow - Domodedovo International Airport
o Saint Petersburg - Pulkovo Airport

Spain
o Alicante - Alicante Airport
o Almería - Almería Airport
o Asturias - Oviedo Airport
o Barcelona - Barcelona Airport
o Bilbao - Bilbao Airport
o Ciudad Real - Ciudad Real Central Airport
o Fuerteventura - El Matorral Airport
o Ibiza - Ibiza Airport
o Jerez de la Frontera - Jerez Airport
o Lanzarote - Arrecife Airport
o Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - Gran Canaria Airport
o Madrid - Barajas Airport
o Málaga - Málaga Airport
o Minorca - Menorca Airport
o Murcia - Murcia-San Javier Airport
o Palma de Mallorca - Son Sant Joan Airport Hub
o Santa Cruz de la Palma - La Palma Airport
o Santiago de Compostela - Santiago de Compostela Airport
o Seville - San Pablo Airport
o Tenerife
o Valencia - Valencia Airport

Sweden
o Gothenburg - Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport
o Stockholm - Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
o Visby - Visby Airport [begins 19 June, seasonal]

Switzerland
o Geneva - Geneva International Airport
o Zürich - Zürich Airport Focus City

Turkey
o Antalya - Antalya Airport [seasonal]
o Bodrum - Milas-Bodrum Airport [seasonal]

United Kingdom
o Jersey - Jersey Airport [seasonal]
o London - London Stansted Airport
o Manchester - Manchester Airport


source: wiki
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Old March 31st, 2010, 07:13 AM   #2
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Air Berlin - Germany's second airline

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Air Berlin streamlines Boeing order book

16.03.2010

Adjustments to fleet structure to account for operative requirements

Germany’s second-largest airline company has agreed with the airplane manufacturer Boeing, to streamline its order book to account for a change in market conditions and in order to meet Air Berlin’s specific operative requirements.

Air Berlin and Boeing have agreed on a reduction of the number of firm orders of 787 aircraft from 25 to 15 and to reduce the number of optional 787 aircraft from 10 to 5. The 10 aircraft order reduction has a current list price of approximately 1.7 billion US dollars.

The agreement also provides that the delivery of 9 Boeing 737 aircraft will be rescheduled to 2015. These aircraft were originally scheduled for delivery in 2010 or 2011, respectively.

Due to the long-standing relationship between Air Berlin and Boeing which is based on good faith, the adjustments to the Air Berlin order book were mutually agreed.

Ulf Hüttmeyer, Air Berlin’s CFO, stated: "With a partnership spirit we have mutually agreed with Boeing to adjust the Air Berlin order book to meet Air Berlin’s operational requirements and the market conditions. The agreement with Boeing demonstrates that Air Berlin believes in the future of the 787 aircraft. We look forward to the first delivery in November 2015. For Air Berlin, the agreement means a significant reduction of its financial obligations due to lower and much more distributed investment profile."
http://www.airberlin.com/site/pressn...=1966&LANG=eng
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Old April 1st, 2010, 08:28 PM   #3
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what do you think the odds are for them joining Skyteam when AB opens their new hub at BBI?
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Old April 1st, 2010, 09:38 PM   #4
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Or oneworld..
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Old April 2nd, 2010, 01:28 AM   #5
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I hope they won't join any alliance. I'd rather see them feeding the long-haul flights of both alliances (OW and SkyTeam) at FRA with their flights to HAM, BER (and southern Europe).
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Old April 4th, 2010, 09:47 AM   #6
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It still annoys me that AB continue to add a "fuel surcharge" on top of their fares, and on top of their "taxes and fees" of EUR25 per sector. If they really need this extra revenue, why can they not include it in the ticket price?!

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Old April 4th, 2010, 10:52 PM   #7
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At least you're not flying Ryanair, where you pay 5 euros in order to pay, and you pay another 5 euros to check in online (which you must do), and other such charges.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:10 AM   #8
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But you pay taxes and fees (which you must do)...
I guess these are the small bits which show that Air Berlin thinks of itself as a low cost airline.
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Old April 7th, 2010, 10:58 PM   #9
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Air Berlin launches a new nonstop flight from Domodedovo to Berlin: ticket sales are now open

The second largest German airline Air Berlin has launched a new nonstop flight from Moscow (Domodedovo) to Berlin (Tegel) that will operate six times a week starting from May 31 2010.

The flight will be performed with the following schedule:

Flight To/From Frequency DEP ARR

AB 8356 Berlin (Tegel) – Moscow (Domodedovo) Daily except for Saturday 20:25 02:05
AB 8357 Moscow (Domodedovo) – Berlin (Tegel) Daily except for Sunday 06:45 08:25

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The new service will complement the already existing daily nonstop flights seven times a week by adding an early morning departure to Berlin and a late arrival to Moscow.These connections make flying with Air Berlin even more attractive for business travellers.

The new flight also enables passengers from Russia to use the extensive Air Berlin route network from Berlin-Tegel that is one of the German hubs of the company.

The airline is being actively integrated to Domodedovo route network operating code-sharing flights with one of the leading Russian air carriers – S7 Airlines.

The first service from Berlin to Moscow was launched in August 2003 already – still under the name of Germania Express. Since 2007, all flights from Munich, Dьsseldorf and Berlin to Moscow have been operated by Air Berlin. In 2009, Air Berlin carried 265 000 passengers from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to Germany destinations and back.

The Air Berlin Group has been listed on the stock exchange since May 2006. Last year Air Berlin carried a total of 27.9 million passengers worldwide. The company currently has about 8,200 employees. Every year Air Berlin receives more than 10 awards for service and quality. With an average age of just 5.5 years, Air Berlin has one of the newest fleets in Europe. The airline’s modern aircraft are extremely fuel-efficient and so provide a lasting contribution to the reduction of aviation emissions.

Moscow Domodedovo Airport is the largest airport of Russia. Its market share in total passenger traffic in Moscow makes 46%. At the moment 75 partner airlines (35 foreign, 29 Russian and 11 from the CIS) connecting over 220 destinations operate flights all over the world. The unique route network covered by Domodedovo partner airlines provides for 89 exclusive destinations. In 2009 18,7 million passengers benefited from Domodedovo services.


http://domodedovo.ru
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Old May 10th, 2010, 01:43 AM   #10
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Dubai, Miami, Mombasa:
Three new long-haul routes from Berlin



06.05.2010

Air Berlin is extending its flight services / The German capital enjoys even better worldwide connections / Berlin is established as a hub

From the winter timetable onwards, Air Berlin will be offering three new long-haul routes from Berlin-Tegel airport. The destinations of these non-stop services are Dubai, Miami and Mombasa. A further weekly flight to Phuket is also being added to the schedule. An additional Airbus A 330-200 will be stationed in Berlin to operate these new flights.

Klaus Wowereit, Governing Mayor of Berlin: "An attractive range of flights is a decisive advantage in terms of location, and this is true for every region. Air Berlin‘s three new long-haul routes mean that the German capital will have even better connections with the rest of the world. A large number of new jobs will be created both at the airport and in the city. This trend will continue. Air Berlin's commitment shows that the opening of the new Berlin Brandenburg International airport next year is already having a positive effect. The new "Willy Brandt" airport will offer an efficient aviation infrastructure that is also superbly suited to Berlin being used as a transfer hub. As a result the region will be provided with the necessary capacities, while airlines will have excellent growth opportunities."

Joachim Hunold, Chief Executive Officer Air Berlin: "The new long-haul destinations reflect Air Berlin’s desire to make the most of this market opportunity and will strengthen the airline’s position in Berlin for years to come. The service to Dubai is Air Berlin’s first regular non-stop flight from Germany to the Middle East. By operating these flights, Air Berlin is offering an attractive product to business travellers as well as to holidaymakers."

Prof. Rainer Schwarz, Managing Board Spokesman for Berliner Flughäfen (Berlin Airports): "With these three new long-haul destinations we have come another step closer to our aim of establishing Berlin as an east-west hub. The fact that Air Berlin is already increasing the range of its flight services even before BBI has opened shows just how attractive the Berlin region is for aviation. Once BBI opens next year, we will have not only the requisite infrastructure, but are also gradually developing the general transport capacity."


In future there will be three services a week to Dubai (from 199 euros one way, incl. taxes and charges), two services a week to Miami (from 239 euros one way, incl. taxes and charges) and one service a week to Mombasa (from 376 euros one way, incl. taxes and charges). The three new long-haul destinations have been integrated in Air Berlin's hub structure and flights are now available for booking. There are connecting flights to and from Germany, Russia and Scandinavia, as well as Zurich and Vienna.

As a business location, Berlin will also become more attractive on account of these new destinations. For business travellers the non-stop flights mean greater accessibility and offer a major time saving in comparison with flights via other European hubs. Furthermore, Air Berlin is now stationing an additional aircraft in Berlin. This measure creates about 120 new jobs. The city also benefits from greater numbers of tourists who, thanks to the new long-haul routes, now find Berlin a more convenient destination.

Including the new destinations, Air Berlin offers 18 weekly intercontinental flights from Berlin:

Dubai (DXB): 3 flights a week
Miami (MIA): 2 flights a week
Mombasa (MBA): 1 flight a week
Bangkok (BKK): 3 flights a week
Phuket (HKT): 2 flights a week
Tel Aviv (TLV): 3 flights a week
Kairo (CAI): 2 flights a week
Punta Cana (PUJ): 1 flight a week
Varadero (VRA): 1 flight a week
http://www.airberlin.com/site/pressn...=2128&LANG=eng
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I have two questions

I'm flying to Palma this summer, on the 28th of July, and taking the early morning flight.
I was surprised to see that on the Dusseldorf airport site, it said the used aircraft would be an A330, but I'm having an hard time believing that they use such a large plane on a 2/3hr flight.

Secondly, if this is trough, does the plane have any IFE? and will it be used?


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Old August 3rd, 2010, 12:57 PM   #12
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Air Berlin is going to join the Oneworld Alliance. Under the sponsorship of British Airways, which is a founding member of Oneworld Alliance Air Berlin, will work towards completing a full membership. The entry into the alliance is planned for one of the first month in 2012, just a few weeks before the new Berlin Airport "Willy Brandt" propably will be opened for service.

http://www.oneworld.com/ow/news/details?objectID=22477

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Old August 5th, 2010, 10:33 AM   #13
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Air Berlin concludes codeshare agreements with American Airlines and Finnair after joining oneworld

In preparation for joining the Oneworld alliance, Air Berlin has set up codeshare agreements with American Airlines and Finnair. This will provide Air Berlin passengers with access to the American market and, via the Helsinki hub, to the rapidly growing Asian markets. The codeshare flights will be available in time for the winter schedule 2010/11.

Planned codeshare routes between AA and AB as follows:

American Airlines operated by airberlin / NIKI
Ft. Myers – Dusseldorf
Los Angeles – Dusseldorf
Miami – Berlin Tegel
Miami – Dusseldorf
New York JFK – Dusseldorf
San Francisco – Dusseldorf
Barcelona – Dusseldorf
Barcelona – Stuttgart
Barcelona – Vienna
Frankfurt – Berlin Tegel
Frankfurt – Dusseldorf
Frankfurt – Hamburg
Frankfurt – Vienna
Milan Malpensa – Berlin Tegel
Milan Malpensa – Dusseldorf
Milan Malpensa – Stuttgart
Milan Malpensa – Zurich
Zurich – Berlin Tegel
Zurich – Hamburg
Zurich – Vienna

airberlin operated by American Airlines
Frankfurt – Chicago
Frankfurt – Dallas
Zurich – New York JFK
Miami – Freeport
Miami – Nassau
Los Angeles – Honolulu
Los Angeles – Las Vegas
Los Angeles – San Diego
Los Angeles – San Francisco
Miami – Atlanta
Miami – Chicago
Miami – Dallas
Miami – Ft. Myers
Miami – Houston
Miami – Las Vegas
Miami – New Orleans
Miami – Orlando
Miami – Phoenix
Miami – Tampa
New York JFK – Boston
New York JFK – Los Angeles
New York JFK – Miami
New York JFK – Raleigh
New York JFK – San Francisco
New York JFK – Seattle
New York JFK – Washington Reagan

http://airlineroute.net/2010/07/30/a...e-application/

Another codeshare agreement with British Airways respectively Iberia is planned for summer 2011.

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Old August 7th, 2010, 04:49 PM   #14
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Looks nice, doesn´t it?


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Air Berlin is going to enhance their Business Class into lie-flat seats. Following a rumor this new seats should be established in a fishbone like form. AB was planning to establish new seats into their Business Class already in 2007 but this has never been implemented due to the so called financial crisis.
Here is an image of older lie-seats plans. This are probably the same seats which will be built into the A332 long haul airplanes.
http://www.duesseldorf-blog.de/wp-co...View%2003a.jpg

My source of information (in German): http://www.airliners.de/management/m...dukt-auf/21954
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Old August 25th, 2010, 09:47 AM   #16
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Air Berlin is also going to test new IFE systems. Following the link you will find a movie showing the test product which is already in use by Hawaiian Airlines.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcBWypDgPSw

Concerning the future Oneworld livery I found this image showing an A319

http://www.cardatabase.net/modifieda...hp?id=00013099
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Old August 25th, 2010, 04:08 PM   #17
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I suspect that it's not a new standard livery, but only a special livery for some planes (similar to the Star Alliance livery of some Lufthansa jets.
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It is just a bauble I found in the net, an image by Lutz Fischer, enhanced by Gerhard Schroeder, unofficial. If it becomes reality? Probably only as an special livery for some planes. So I agree with you.
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Old August 27th, 2010, 06:04 PM   #19
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Of course it will become reality. All three alliances have an own livery and this is the OneWorld livery. It doesn't replace the airlines' own liveries but all members have some planes painted with the alliance livery.
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Old August 29th, 2010, 01:42 PM   #20
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Investors Conference, Berlin, 26.08.2010 shows Air Berlin´s strategy towards joining oneworld

American Airlines
- Introduction of code share flights as of November 1st 2010
- Bilateral FFP cooperation
- Cooperation in sales and marketing when legally possible

British Airways
- Code share discussions already initiated. Implementation planned for summer schedule 2011:
all flights between Germany and UK
all flights to US and Canada
- Bilateral FFP cooperation planned
- Potential shift of AB flights to London Gatwick airport for better market penetration and additional feeder opportunities

Iberia
- Code share discussion scheduled for end of August. Implementation planned for summer schedule 2011
- Bilateral FFP cooperation planned

Finnair
- Introduction of code share flights as of October 2010:
Helsinki -> Hamburg, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart
Helsinki -> Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore
- Bilateral FFP cooperation
- Cooperation in sales and marketing when legally possible

source: http://ir.airberlin.com/fileadmin/PD...ence-final.pdf
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