Air France KLM - One million passengers from Berlin-Tegel
A significant milestone was reached today at Berlin-Tegel: the annual number of Air France KLM passengers hit the one million mark for the first time at a German airport.
Christian Herzog, Managing Director of Air France KLM Germany: “We are delighted to be able to welcome the one millionth passenger on our well-established Berlin – Paris route in Air France's 80th anniversary year. Berlin is one of Air France's and KLM's top destinations and one of our most important airports in Germany.”
Berlin and Air France KLM have a long and rich history. The first scheduled flights on the Paris – Berlin route were launched in 1926 by the predecessor company Air France and now make up five a day.
As of the 2014 summer flight schedule, flights to Marseilles will also be resumed. Together with the five daily KLM flights to Amsterdam, the holding company is now the fourth-busiest airline operating out of Berlin-Tegel.