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More flights to Sylt next summer with airberlin


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New connection to Germany’s northernmost island from Zurich

Next summer airberlin will once again provide a direct service for flight guests from various cities to the German island of Sylt. Germany’s second largest airline will expand the number of flights it offers to Sylt in order to give more holidaymakers fast and direct access to this island in the North Sea.
From May 2013 airberlin will operate direct flights from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Munich, Stuttgart and, for the first time from Switzerland, Zurich to Sylt. In summer 2013 airberlin will offer a total of 26 flights a week between the North Sea island and the German mainland and Switzerland.
“Sylt is a very popular holiday destination in the summer. We are delighted, therefore, to be able to give our flight guests the choice of even more connections next summer. We are offering a comprehensive network of services from five German cities and from Switzerland, so that an even greater number of airberlin flight guests will be able to enjoy the fresh North Sea air,” said airberlin CCO Paul Gregorowitsch.
Tickets are available online at airberlin.com, 24 hours a day through the airline’s Service Center on 030 3434 3434 (local rate call) (Switzerland: 0848 737 800 (CHF0.08 /min)) and at travel agents.

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