Air Berlin will launch new flights to Morocco and Tunisia from Cologne/Bonn as part of its forthcoming winter schedule.
Germany’s second largest airline will operate direct flights to Tangiers, Nador and Tunis, while a separate service will travel between Munich and Cairo.
The carrier is introducing a total of ten new destinations, including flights to Malaga, Thessaloniki and Hanover from Stuttgart.
Stuttgart will also service seven flights to Italy, including the cities of Venice, Naples and Palermo.
These routes come into effect on November 1st and are in line with Air Berlin’s winter schedule, which runs until April 30th.
As part of the programme, the airline will also be offering increased services from Salzburg, Innsbruck and Graz.
Air Berlin has also announced that it will begin operating an Airbus A319, which can accommodate 144 passengers, on its flights to Jersey next summer.
The aircraft will replace the existing Bombardier Q400, which has a capacity of 76 people.
It was revealed yesterday (September 28th) that Air Berlin had entered into an agreement with Turkish carrier Pegasus Airlines, with the two carriers’ websites now linked.