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New flights to Sylt to be launched by Air Berlin

New flights to Sylt to be launched by Air Berlin

Air Berlin will introduce new flights to Sylt from Nuremburg and Munster-Osnabruk this spring.

Flights to the North Sea island’s Westerland Airport will begin on March 27th, with services also operating to Sylt from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart.

The new routes from Nuremburg and Munster-Osnabruk will be operational on Saturdays, with fares beginning at €29.

Sylt, the largest of Germany’s North Frisian islands, is well-known for the distinctive shape of its coastline and is popular with the country’s summer holidaymakers.

Many head to the resorts of Westerland, Kampen and Wenningstedt-Braderup and the island’s 40km sandy beach.

It tends to be a draw because Sylt is so unusual – despite being the largest island in the North Sea it is hugely exposed and at risk of storms and rising sea levels.

Elsewhere, Germany’s second-largest airline will be expanding its number of flights to Rimini from Berlin-Tegel, Hamburg, Munster-Osnabruk and Stuttgart.

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