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.