Airberlin further expands its services to the Caribbean
DUSSELDORF - Who doesn't dream of holidaying under palm trees? airberlin makes this possible, departing 30 times a week from Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich for white sandy beaches. And what's really special is that airberlin is the only airline to fly non-stop from Germany to Curacao. New for this coming winter is its Saturday flight from Dusseldorf to complement its Tuesday service.
"Including Curacao in our route network in 2011 was definitely the right decision. Passengers from North Rhine-Westphalia, in particular, book these flights. And thanks to our connecting flights, Curacao is also extremely accessible for our passengers from all over Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and is now the trendy new destination in the Caribbean. And our neighbours from the Netherlands love flying with airberlin to their favorite island", said airberlin's Chief Executive Officer, Stefan Pichler.
airberlin also continues to offer a stable programme on its other Caribbean routes, despite the highly competitive market situation. "Next winter, we'll be offering almost 10,000 seats per week on flights to the Caribbean. Tourism has helped us grow. We provide a service like no other airline and our passengers know that", said Pichler.
Cuba is currently extremely popular with many travellers. airberlin operates a total of five weekly flights from Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich to Varadero. And its flights to the Dominican Republic are firmly established: there are seven flights a week from Dusseldorf and Munich to Punta Cana, and three to Puerto Plata. And those who like it hot can fly to Mexico, as airberlin operates three weekly flights to Cancun.
Whilst those who don't just want to relax, but are also seeking great entertainment can fly to Miami. It's no problem with airberlin, which takes off daily from Dusseldorf to Miami! Things are somewhat quieter in Fort Myers - to where airberlin operates three weekly flights.