BA and airberlin to Codeshare

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 16 June 2011

British Airways and airberlin have  entered into a codeshare arrangement on more than 40 flights across Europe. The new agreement comes into effect on 5 July 2011.

The partnership means that British Airways customers can buy direct flights on airberlin to the cities of Nuremburg, Munster and Paderborn through In addition customers can access airberlins wider European network which includes connections from the main German gateways to destinations such as Palermo and Brindisi.

The codeshare between the airlines precedes airberlins entry into oneworld in April 2012 which is being sponsored by British Airways. 

Joachim Hunold, CEO airberlin, said, Thanks to these codeshare flights with British Airways, our passengers will now have available to them two further airports, in addition to Gatwick and Stansted, from which they can continue their journey towards other destinations in the UK.

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