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Air Berlin launches two new European routes

Air Berlin is set to launch two new routes from German airports to other European destinations

German low-cost carrier Air Berlin is set to launch two new routes from German airports to other European destinations this summer.

The carrier will begin offering flights to Krakow in Poland from Berlin-Tegel Airport, with the first flights due to depart on April 25th.

It will also launch flights from Berlin to Oslo in Norway from April 24th that will depart daily.

Services to Krakow will depart on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Feeder flights from other German cities are also available through the carrier to make these new connections.

The announcement follows the launch of two more new routes earlier this month.

Air Berlin will be offering flights from Hanover to Stockholm from May 1st and from Stockholm to Nice from May 11th.

The carrier will also be increasing the number of daily flights from Nuremberg to Dusseldorf to five from May 11th.

This increase also applies to the service operated between Nuremberg and Berlin.

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