The new service class – on board airberlin flights from October 4, 2016
The new airberlin Business Class on short and medium-haul flights is now available for booking. From October 4, 2016, passengers can enjoy the exclusive service on airberlin flights.
“We are delighted to offer our passengers a new product experience from next month: the new Business Class on domestic German and European flights, which connects seamlessly with the award-winning service of our long-haul Business Class. This product expansion is an important step in our progress into the premium segment of European airlines”, says Stefan Pichler, Chief Executive Officer airberlin.
Business Class passengers can enjoy ample legroom in the first row of seats and a guaranteed free middle seat. After a personal welcome by the cabin crew, a refreshing organic smoothie is served from popular Berlin fruit drink maker Proviant. Each passenger can choose a hot dish plus snacks and drinks from the extensive on-board menu. For added comfort, a pillow is provided for each passenger.
Business Class passengers can take two items of baggage of up to 32 kg each, as well as two pieces of hand baggage of up to 8 kg each. Business Class tickets are extremely flexible and can be rebooked and refunded free and seat reservations are also included. Additional luxuries include Priority Check-in, Fast-Track Security, access to lounges and Exclusive Waiting Areas around the airberlin route network and Priority Boarding.
To celebrate the launch of the new Business Class, return flights are available from today until September 21, 2016 onclusive starting at just 479 euros. Members of topbonus, airberlin’s frequent flyer programme will receive a special reward: for all short and medium-haul Business Class flights booked by December 31 this year, they will be credited with 300 percent of the normal miles per distance.
Tickets are on sale now at www.airberlin.com/ebc, from travel agents or around the clock from the airberlin Service Centre (Tel: 0180 6334334; 0.20 euros per call from a German landline / max 0.60 euros per call from a German mobile).