AirBerlin offers super deals to Europe this winter; book by Dec. 16

airberlin jet at Kennedy International Airport, NYC © 2013 Karen Rubin/news-photos-features.com

airberlin jet at Kennedy International Airport, NYC © 2013 Karen Rubin/news-photos-features.com

Travel to Europe is more affordable this winter with airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline. Through December 16, airberlin is offering an early booking sale with fares starting as low as $599 from New York to Budapest, Milan or Oslo via airberlin’s hubs in Berlin or Dusseldorf. The special offer also includes fares from Chicago to Helsinki, Krakow or Warsaw from $759, from Miami to Helsinki, St. Petersburg or Zurich for $799 or from Fort Myers to Copenhagen, Dusseldorf or Milan for $859. Other destinations and city pairs are also included at slightly higher fares. The sale is valid for travel periods from January 6 through March 30, 2014.

Air travel to Europe also makes a great gift!

airberlin provides European style service on board one of the youngest fleets in the air today. As a member of the award winning airline alliance oneworld® you also can accrue and redeem mileage with any airberlin oneworld partner.

To book visit airberlin.com, contact your travel agent or the service center at 866-266-5588.

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