Air Berlin Offers Nonstop Service from Düsseldorf to St. Petersburg

Air Berlin and NIKI flights to Russia in the summer of 2009 are available for booking now, including new daily non-stop service from Düsseldorf to St. Petersburg. In addition, there will again be a daily flight from Berlin-Tegel to St. Petersburg next summer.

In addition to the daily morning flight, Air Berlin passengers will have the option in summer 2009 of an evening flight from Berlin-Tegel to Moscow six times a week (every day except Saturday). The service between Düsseldorf and Moscow, as well as between Munich and Moscow will have an additional flight on Saturdays and Sundays, respectively. In summer 2009, NIKI will again be operating a flight six times a week (every day except Saturday) between Vienna and Moscow.

Air Berlin currently operates nonstop service from Miami and Fort Myers, FL, to Düsseldorf. In April, Air Berlin will operate four flights a week from New York and beginning in May increase it to daily service. In addition, three flights a week from Los Angeles and Vancouver also begin operating in May.

All passengers utilizing Air Berlin or LTU will be able to accumulate miles with, and redeem miles for, all of the companies belonging to the Air Berlin Group when enrolled with Air Berlin's TopBonus mileage program. At present the Air Berlin Group includes Air Berlin, LTU, dba, Belair and NIKI.   

The summer timetable starts on May 1, 2009, and ends on October 31, 2009. For more information, visit www.airberlin.com or by calling the airline’s Service Center at 866-266-5588.


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