airberlin now operates two flights a day between the German capital and Abu Dhabi. On Sunday, Captain Christoph Runge and his crew manned the first of these doubled-frequency flights. At 11:30 o’clock, the Airbus A330-200 took off from Berlin-Tegel Airport with 226 passengers and 10 crew members on board with destination Abu Dhabi. The upped daily frequency not only opens up additional travel options when visiting the Emirate; it also means additional connecting flight options via Abu Dhabi within the global route network of airberlin partner Etihad Airways. Due to the second daily flight, passengers embarking in Berlin can travel onward to numerous destinations in Asia, Australia and India with just one stopover for instance, to Delhi, Melbourne, Mumbai, Perth, Shanghai or Sri Lanka.
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