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EasyJet says other airlines interested in feeder flights from Berlin's Tegel

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EasyJet has been approached to provide feeder flights from Berlin's Tegel airport for other airlines' long-haul routes.

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The British budget carrier's Europe managing director told that a German newspaper.

EasyJet is taking over some of failed German airline Air Berlin's operations at Tegel, covering leases for up to 25 A320 aircraft. It already operates at Berlin's other airport, Schoenefeld.

"We have already had very many enquiries from other airlines that want to use our flights as feeders," daily Berliner Morgenpost quoted Thomas Haagensen as saying on Saturday.

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