easyJet officially launched the summer flight schedule with the first flight of the new route from Berlin-Tegel to Gdansk. Passengers can now fly to the Polish port city up to three times a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays). Additionally, easyJet offers passengers from Berlin and the surrounding areas new connections to the Mediterranean with new seasonal routes and capacities – including Dubrovnik, Kos and Zadar plus Seville all year round.
The new domestic connection from Berlin-Tegel to the North Sea island Sylt is also a part of easyJet’s extended route network for the summer and will take off from 4th May. easyJet offers more than 9 million seats from Berlin-Tegel and Berlin-Schönefeld on almost 120 routes and passengers can choose from a wide selection of popular sun-soaked destinations such as Granada, Jerez or Montpellier as well as interesting island destinations such as Kefalonia, Menorca and Olbia.
City-trippers will be pleased with attractive flight schedules to European cities from Athens to Warsaw.
The new routes and additional capacity at a glance:
Berlin-Schönefeld – Seville up to twice a week (Thurs, Sun), year-round from 31st March 2019, from €37.99*
Berlin-Tegel – Dubrovnik up to 3 times a week (Mon, Thurs, Sat), seasonal (summer), from 1st April 2019, from €38.99*
Berlin-Tegel – Gdansk up to 3 times a week (Tues, Thurs, Sat), year-round from 2nd April 2019, from €35.99*
Berlin-Tegel – Zadar up to twice a week (Tues, Sat), seasonal (summer), from 2nd April 2019, from €39.99*
Berlin-Tegel – Kos up to 3 times a week (Mon, Weds, Sat), seasonal (summer), from 4th May 2019, from €39.99*
Berlin-Tegel – Sylt once a week (Sat), seasonal (summer), from 4th May 2019, from €39.99*
Stephan Erler, easyJet’s Country Manager for Germany, said: “We’re delighted to add the port city of Gdansk to the EasyJet route network and offer our passengers in Berlin and Brandenburg another attractive destination in our summer flight schedule, together with new connections to Dubrovnik, Kos, Seville, Sylt and Zadar, further reinforcing our position as the largest airline in Berlin. Throughout Germany we are also continuously expanding our route network, serving more than 140 routes from 12 German airports for the 2019 summer flight schedule.”
(*Price per person incl. taxes as well as service charges and credit card fees. One-way based on two passengers travelling on the same booking. Travel period: 2nd April – 26th October 2019.)