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Direct flights now available to Berlin from Bordeaux!

05/10/2016

Since 27 March, EasyJet has been operating four flights a week from Bordeaux to Berlin on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flight days and schedules have been specially chosen to facilitate city breaks in the German capital, which constitutes a great destination at any time of year with things to do 24 hours a day.

Since March, Berlin has been just a 2hr 30-minute flight away from Bordeaux, with tickets sold by EasyJet at very reasonable prices. Travelers can now easily spend a long weekend in one of Europe's most dynamic cities that has extraordinary creative energy. Berlin is a trendy capital by excellence that combined history and a striking sense of modernity. With just a few weeks to go before the end-of-year festive season, seize the opportunity to stroll through the different districts of Berlin for a bit of Christmas shopping, from arty Prenzlauer Berg to chic Mitte, without forgetting the alternative style of Kreuzberg!

With the arrival of Visit Berlin in Bordeaux, the Airport took the opportunity to review this destination which is proving popular with both leisure travellers and professionals: with 30,000 passengers since the route opened, the line is enjoying huge success.

 “This one-day event is an opportunity for the Visit Berlin and Bordeaux Airport teams to welcome travel agencies and tour operators that we work in close collaboration with,” explained the Director of Bordeaux Airport, Pascal Personne. “Based on the results seen since the route was first opened, Berlin will be attracting a large number of travellers throughout the year, not forgetting all the Berliners who will be able to discover our beautiful city and the Nouvelle Aquitaine region and its multiple facets.”

Burkhard Kieker, Managing Director of VisitBerlin:
“We are delighted that our guests from the southwest of France can now visit Berlin more easily. This new connection between Bordeaux and Berlin is very good news for passengers in both cities. Berlin always has something special to offer, every day, anytime and for all tastes”.

Reginald Otten, easyJet Sales Manager for France:
“easyJet is the first airline to provide a connection to the German capital and in recent months, many Bordeaux residents have been able to discover one of the trendiest cities in Europe. The route is open all year-round and it has never been easier or more affordable to discover the charms of the city, with its symbolic bear, in every season.”

About Visit Berlin

“We know Berlin.” This is the slogan that Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH - operating under the trade name visitBerlin - has been using since 1993 to advertise Berlin as a global travel destination. VisitBerlin’s Berlin Convention Office markets the city as a location for events, meetings and conventions of all sizes. Berlin continues to grow in popularity as a tourist destination: with more than 30 million overnight stays in 2015, the German capital is as fashionable as ever. The city is also in great demand as a place to hold meetings: Berlin is currently the #1 destination for conferences and conventions organised by international associations. As a tourism service provider, the company offers a wide range of travel packages and issues the city’s official tourist discount card, the “Berlin WelcomeCard”. VisitBerlin also operates six Berlin Tourist Information Offices across the city. The Berlin Service Centre (tel: +49 (0)30 25 00 25) provides information on a full range of tourist services in Berlin. The website visitBerlin.de/en provides information about the capital in 14 languages.

VisitBerlin/Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH     Press Contact
Press Office    Anja Mikulla, Media Relations Manager
Am Karlsbad 11    Tel: +49 (0)30 26 47 48 – 903    
D--‐10785 Berlin    anja [dot] mikullaatvisitBerlin [dot] de
Fax: +49 (0)30 26 47 48 – 983   
visitBerlin.de/en   
facebook.com/visitBerlin
   

About BORDEAUX AIRPORT

In 2015, Bordeaux Airport passed the symbolic milestone of 5 million passengers, ranking it as the 5th largest French regional airport. As a result of investments made over the past six years, the airport posted the highest growth rate among the major French regional airports in 2015 (+7.6%), the number of destinations has increased from 39 to 85 and the number of airlines serving it jumped from 17 to 27. On the international stage, Bordeaux Airport was exemplified by its expansion strategy in the “low-cost” flight sector with the creation in 2010 of a dedicated “billi” terminal, enabling it to double the volume of its international traffic to 2.6 million passengers in 2015.
See all the news from Bordeaux Airport on the website www.bordeaux.aeroport.fr/en and on Facebook www.facebook.com/aeroport.bordeaux