Air Berlin offer low-cost tickets aimed at vacation travelers and flexible tickets for business travelers.
Air Berlin operate flights between Germany and popular holiday destinations in southern Europe as well as flights between Germany and most western European countries.
Air Berlin also fly to the US, North Africa and Asia.
On short- and medium-haul European flights the least expensive Air Berlin tickets are the FlyDeal and FlyClassic fares. The main difference between these ticket classes is that the cheaper FlyDeal tickets can't be rebooked or cancelled.
31.7 million passengers flew with Air Berlin in 2014.
To book tickets on Air Berlin, check prices and flight schedules, please visit Air Berlin's website.
Cheap Flights with Air Berlin
The countries and destinations that Air Berlin fly to are listed below. You can view the routes to each destination on the destination’s web page.
- Austria –
- Bulgaria –
- Cuba –
- Curaçao –
- Cyprus –
- Czech Republic –
- Denmark –
- Dominican Republic –
- Egypt –
- Finland –
- France –
- Germany –
- Frankfurt am Main,
- Westerland Sylt
- Greece –
- Fira, Santorini,
- Heraklion, Crete,
- Kerkyra, Corfu,
- Rhodes city,
- Hungary –
- Iceland –
- Israel –
- Italy –
- Kosovo –
- Macedonia –
- Malta –
- Mexico –
- Morocco –
- Poland –
- Portugal –
- Romania –
- Spain –
- Arrecife, Lanzarote,
- Jerez de la Frontera,
- Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
- Mahon, Menorca,
- Palma de Mallorca,
- Puerto de la Cruz,
- Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura,
- Santa Cruz de la Palma,
- Sweden –
- Switzerland –
- United Arab Emirates –
- USA –
► Booking tickets
Air Berlin tickets can be booked on the airline's web site, by calling the Air Berlin service center, on many travel websites and through your local travel agency.
Air Berlin offer tickets in these fare classes: FlyDeal, FlyClassic and FlyFlex.
► Finding low priced flights on Air Berlin
The price difference between FlyDeal and FlyClassic tickets is usually small. The only difference between these two fare classes is that FlyClassic tickets can be changed.
The fee for changing a European FlyClassic ticket is € 70.
You can find a comparison of the Air Berlin fares here. JustFly tickets are no longer sold.
► Rebooking, change of name and cancelling tickets
FlyClassic tickets can be changed for a fee of € 70 and by paying any fare difference. However, no refund is issued if a FlyClassic ticket for a European flight is not used or cancelled.
FlyFlex tickets can be cancelled with a full refund. These tickets can be rebooked by only paying the fare difference between the old and the new ticket.
► Air Berlin baggage rules
One checked-in luggage item is included in the fare for FlyDeal and FlyClassic tickets. You can pre-book additional luggage items for € 70 each. The weight limit for checked baggage on European Air Berlin flights is 23 kg. There is a fee per kilogram for any excess weight.
For all tickets classes, you can check in a maximum of five pieces of luggage.
You may bring one cabin baggage item with a weight of no more than 8 kg and measurements not above 55 x 40 x 20 cm.
Check the Air Berlin web site for more information on baggage rules.
► Checking in for your flight
Air Berlin offer both on-line check-in, self-service check-in kiosk and traditional airport check-in.
► More about Air Berlin
Air Berlin is the second largest airline in Germany and number seven in Europe.
Air Berlin is using Düsseldorf Airport, Munich Airport, Berlin Tegel Airport and Palma de Mallorca Airport as hub airports.
For full and authoritative information on rules and regulations for Air Berlin flights, please consult the Air Berlin web site.
Information last updated 03.03.2014.
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