airberlin connects Berlin and Madrid with daily non-stop flight
airberlin is continuing to expand its network and will fly non-stop from Berlin to Madrid from 25 February 2013.
Thanks to the daily non-stop flight, airberlin is sustainably strengthening its presence in the strategic Madrid market while at the same time connecting its Berlin hub with the Madrid hub of its oneworld partner Iberia.
Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, Chief Strategy and Network Planning Officer airberlin, said: "The new connection between Berlin and Madrid gives airberlin direct access to one of the most important markets in Spain and at the same time strengthens its Berlin hub. Thanks to the short transfer times in Berlin, the new route means that we are also able to offer an attractive service to guests who wish to take flights from Madrid and transfer via Berlin to Scandinavia or Eastern Europe, for instance. This also applies to flight guests who wish to fly from these destinations to the Spanish capital."
airberlin is using a Boeing 737-800 with 186 seats for the flight from Berlin to Madrid. The flight leaves Berlin daily at 08:50, arriving at Madrid-Barajas at 11:55. The return flight departs from Madrid at 13:15 and lands in Berlin at 16:15.