airberlin’s CEO Joachim Hunold stated that becoming a member of the global airline alliance oneworld® has been one of the most important business decisions since the company’s public offering.
airberlin, Germany’s second-largest airline, is preparing intensively for its membership in the international air travel alliance oneworld® planned for early 2012.
Barbara Cassani, 50, and Saad Hammad, 48, are joining the Board of Air Berlin PLC as new Non-Executive Directors with effect on May 1st
With new routes, more frequent flights and additional long-haul flights, airberlin is expanding the flights it offers from its hub in Düsseldorf.
Boeing and Berlin-based German carrier airberlin celebrated the delivery of the first Next-Generation 737-700 with the new Boeing Sky Interior. airberlin received its first 737-800 with the new Boeing Sky Interior in mid-February making the airline the first to operate both aircraft types with the new cabin design.
In February 2011, airberlin transported a total of 2,132,057 passengers, i.e. an increase of 1.0 percent. Due to the comprehensive cancellations of flights to Egypt and Tunisia, the number of passengers transported developed less favorably than in January 2011.
airberlin has launched its full content website in thai language which provides convenient access to online functions such as flight bookings, online check-in, flight status information, travel information for Europe bound travellers and much more
A suspect device discovered on an Air Berlin flight from Namibia to Germany was a dummy used to test security officials in Germany have confirmed. At a press conference earlier today German interior minister Thomas de Maiziere explained the device was a “real-test suitcase” designed to analyse security.
A suspected bomb with a running clock has been found on an Air Berlin flight from Namibia to Germany. Namibian police intercepted the suspicious object with a detonator and a running clock found in luggage. The discovery follows yesterday’s tip-off that a planned terror attack against Germany was being planned for the end of this month.
Hans-Joachim Körber has been appointed as the new chairman of German airline Air Berlin. Mr Körber, a current board member, will replace the incumbent Johannes Zurnieden on January 1st 2011 following his decision to step down.