Air Berlin is Europe's third largest short haul airline and fly from and to many European destinations, including Rome, Malaga and Munich and also fly to Egypt and Tunisia
BA and Air Berlin look to strengthen ties and start code sharing flights.
Air Berlin has long been regarded as a low cost carrier and has always been keen on customer service. Keeping this in mind the carrier also provides free snacks and drinks on board to all passengers. The airline will now code share on almost 40 routes with BA very soon. This German airline will also enter the Oneworld Alliance very shortly. BA and Air Berlin will soon begin code share flights. BA is set to place its code shares on three of Air Berlin’s flights. The routes covered will include Paderborn Lippstadt and Munster, Osnabruck to Stansted and Hanover and Nuremburg to Gatwick. Meanwhile Air Berlin will Code share with BA flights. The routes covered will be Gatwick and city airports, London Heathrow and German airports. Other than these flights, the code share agreement will also affect the flights in both the carrier’s home network. Air Berlin’s entry into the One world Alliance in the near future is also a considerable achievement. The German carrier has always been favoured by its customers for its low cost and the services offered onboard. A frequent flyer loyalty scheme, assigned seating, and complimentary newspapers are among the favoured services offered by the airline. Air Berlin however offers only a single class service as opposed to the two class service offered by BA. The code shares between Air Berlin and BA are set to begin this July. Customers travelling on board these flights can visit the official websites of both these carriers for more information on the schedule of the code share flights.
Air Berlin is a member of OneWorld