• 31 Jan 2018, 16:30
  • Liu Yang

EasyJet to launch 24 new routes from Berlin!

easyJet expansion

easyJet strengthens European network with 24 new summer routes from the capital of Germany. The budget airline has just announced that it will commence operations from Berlin Tegel to many attractive destinations.

In upcoming summer schedule easyJet will introduce 24 new routes from Berlin-Tegel, reaching a total of 42 routes. Among them, the low cost airline is launching domestic flights from Berlin to Cologne/Bonn, which the carrier will operate 10 times daily. Passengers can now enjoy more of Europe’s best beach and city break destinations for their 2018 summer holidays.

The 24 new routes from Berlin:
Berlin Tegel – Alicante: from 1 June 2018, 2 weekly (5 weekly from 2 August 2018)
Berlin Tegel – Ancona: from 3 August 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Belgrade: from 10 August 2018, 3 weekly (4 weekly from 2 September 2018)
Berlin Tegel – Biarritz: from 3 August 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Brindisi: from 1 July 2018, 2 weekly (3 weekly from 7 Aug 2018, 4 weekly from 1 Sep 2018)
Berlin Tegel – Cagliari: from 4 August 2018, 3 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Cologne: from 1 June 2018 2 daily (17 weekly from 2 July 2018)
Berlin Tegel – Corfu: from 1 August 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Faro: from 2 August 2018, 3 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Genoa: from 2 August 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Gothenburg: from 5 August 2018, 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Granada: from 3 September 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Graz: from 4 August 2018, 3 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Jerez de la Frontera: from 2 June 2018, 2 weekly 
Berlin Tegel – Kefalonia: from 3 August 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Ljubljana: from 9 August 2018, 3 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Mahon (Menorca): from 4 August 2018, 1 weekly (3 weekly from 4 Sep 2018)
Berlin Tegel – Montpellier: from 4 August 2018, 3 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Naples: from 1 August 2018, 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Nice: from 4 July 2018, 2 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Oslo: from 3 August 2018, 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Pula: from 3 August 2018, 3 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Venice: from 3 June 2018, 1 weekly (3 weekly from 3 Jul 2018, 1 daily from 1 Aug 2018)

What is more, the airline is planning to increase service on the following routes:
Berlin Tegel – Dusseldorf
Berlin Tegel – Helsinki
Berlin Tegel – Paphos
Berlin Tegel – Stuttgart
Berlin Tegel – Zurich
Berlin Tegel – Copenhagen
Berlin Tegel – Frankfurt
Berlin Tegel – Helsinki
Berlin Tegel – Stuttgart
Berlin Tegel – Vienna

How to book:
Visit easyJet.com

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger. Size up to 50 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm and no maximum weight.

Accommodation:
For you break to Sardinia you can consider choosing Hotel Marini with very good reviews. This property is set in a quiet yet central area of Sassari and is surrounded by greenery. The in-house restaurant is a great place to sample traditional Sardinian cuisine. This small hotel is completely air conditioned and features a conference room, a bar, and a large car park, which is free of charge. Free Wi-Fi access is available in the entire building. Start your day at the Marini Hotel with an ample buffet breakfast before heading out to explore the bustling city of Sassari.

While Faro, we suggest you stay at 4* Brisa Sol Aparthotel with very good reviews. This property is 7 minutes walk from the beach. Situated 10 minutes’ walk from the Albufeira seafront, this 4-star aparthotel offers a range of spacious studios and apartments. Facilities include a spa and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. All accommodation options come with air conditioning and satellite TV. The studios and apartments also have furnished balconies and a kitchenette. Brisasol Aparthotel has squash and tennis courts, and a health club with a sauna, Turkish bath and hot tub. There are plenty of golf courses nearby, including Pine Cliffs just 6 km away. Faro International Airport is 30 minutes’ drive away. Free on-site car parking is available.

Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals at Rentalcars.com.

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