As the clocks go back on Sunday 27th October 2019, so will the new winter flight plan come into full effect. For those travelling from Berlin, it offers a wide range of city as well as sunny and winter destinations. No matter whether it’s swimming in the sea or skiing in the snow, hiking in the mountains or shopping in the city – the offer is diverse. 70 airlines in total will be flying to 148 destinations in 55 countries.

A variety of airlines have chosen to fly from Berlin as a new flight destination. From the flower island of Madeira, to the sunbathing paradise of Marsa Alam (both easyJet), to Odessa on the Black Sea (Ryanair and Wizz air), to Marrakesh in the Orient (easyJet), to the Israeli metropolis of Tel Aviv (Ryanair), or to the snow covered pistes of Östersund (easyJet) – many attractive destinations are up for offer. As of this winter, the ski region Östersund will be reachable from Berlin. With new connections, those travelling for business as well as holiday makers planning their next city trip will now have the chance to fly to Nantes and Brussels (easyJet), as well as more often to London (BA CityFlyer) and Warsaw (LOT Polish Airlines) due to the high frequencies. Starting this winter, the Dutch AIS Airlines will connect Berlin with Münster/Osnabrück.

Overview of the 2019/2020 winter flight plan:


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