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Take off with airberlin and enjoy the spring.

Anyone wanting to turn their backs on the cold and dark winter will now have the choice of a million extra tickets to fly into the spring with airberlin. Return flights from 98 euros can be booked with Germany’s second largest airline until 28th January 2014.

During the travel period from 15th February to 30th June, guests from Berlin can, for example, fly to Venice or Milan from 98 euros. Travellers from Munich will enjoy just as low prices on flights to Malaga, for example, until 31st March. Return flights from Dusseldorf to Sicily or Sardinia can be booked with airberlin from prices as low as 118 euros. From 1st April to 30th June, guests can fly from Dusseldorf to Madrid for 138 euros or the British Channel Island Jersey from 338 euros.

airberlin guests will also benefit from special offers on long-haul flights: travellers can fly to the guaranteed sunshine of Abu Dhabi between mid-February and the end of June from Dusseldorf or Berlin from 388 euros. Popular destinations in the USA such as Chicago are also available from 428 euros or New York from 498 euros. These flights will take off between 15th February up to and including 31st March.

These and other offers can be booked online at, and through the airline’s Service Center around the clock on 030 3434 3434 (local rates apply). All prices are inclusive of taxes, fees and topbonus miles.

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