|Tue 30.08.11 14:41|
|Air Berlin and American Airlines expand codeshare agreement to include Canada|
Source: Air Berlin 29.08.2011
Air Berlin and American Airlines have added two Canadian destinations to their cooperation agreement.
As of today, the codeshare agreement will also include the American Airlines flights from New York-JFK to Montreal and Toronto. The new destinations in Canada will be frequented several times per week and can be reached by airberlin passengers flying from Berlin and Düsseldorf, via New York.
Since airberlin's winter flight plan, for the first time, will also include non-stop flights from Berlin and Düsseldorf to New York, a year-round connection between the two Canadian cities and airberlin's route network is available.
During the summer of 2011, Montreal-Trudeau Airport and Toronto Pearson International can be reached from Berlin-Tegel, up to four times a week, and from Düsseldorf, on a daily basis.
In the winter of 2011/12, flights to Canada will be departing on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from Düsseldorf, and on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from Berlin, both with a stopover in New York.
The summer flight schedule also includes a non-stop flight from Düsseldorf to Vancouver, which is operated by airberlin three times a week.