easyJet is resuming its flights from Schönefeld and Tegel. There will initially be 39 connections, notably to holiday and city destinations in high demand. The number of flights will increase to 50 connections in the course of the summer. The airline operates five aircraft from Schönefeld and four from Tegel.

The airline serves 19 destinations in Europe from Berlin-Schönefeld. easyJet will fly several times a week to Bordeaux (France), Bristol (United Kingdom), Malaga (Spain), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Barcelona (Spain), Basel (Switzerland), Corfu (Greece), Geneva (Switzerland), Crete (Greece), Marseille (France), Olbia (Italy), Porto (Portugal), Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain), Priština (Kosovo), Pisa (Italy), Thessaloniki (Greece), Split (Croatia), Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) and Varna (Bulgaria).

The airline’s flight schedule initially includes 20 European destinations from Berlin-Tegel. With immediate effect, there are several connections a week to London-Gatwick (United Kingdom), Paris-Orly (France), Valencia (Spain), Stockholm (Sweden), Athens (Greece), Basel (Switzerland), Cagliari (Italy), Paris Charles-de-Gaulle (France), Corfu (Greece), Crete (Greece), Copenhagen (Denmark), Sicily (Italy), Faro (Portugal), Rome (Italy), Fuerteventura (Canary Islands, Spain), Milan (Italy), Nice (France), Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain), Preveza (Greece) and Zurich (Switzerland).


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