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Travel across Europe with airberlin from 49 euros

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For all those wanting to enjoy a short break, airberlin is offering a "City&Sun" Special: until March 20, 2016, tickets to Europe's most popular cities can be booked for travel between April 1 and June 30, 2016.

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Airberlin's major promotion offers a variety of travel options. There are one-way tickets to Milan, Copenhagen or Helsinki from many German airports from 49 euros, for example.

Boston, the largest city in New England, is a new addition to airberlin's long-haul network. A return flight to the US East Coast can be booked for travel between May 1 and July 7, 2016 from 460 euros.

During the summer, airberlin operates 55 weekly flights via Dusseldorf and Berlin to seven destinations in the US, namely San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Fort Myers, Miami and Los Angeles, as well as Boston.

The airberlin hubs in Berlin and Dusseldorf are accessible from many airports and benefit from short transfer times. In the US, the oneworld partner, American Airlines, offers a number of connecting services within the US and to Canada.

On long-haul flights, airberlin passengers enjoy 20 percent extra leg room for improved comfort and faster boarding and disembarkation on 48 XL seats per aircraft.

At around 91 cm (36 inches), airberlin has the largest seat pitch in the industry in Economy Class on transatlantic flights, according to the comparison site, Skytrax.

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