This section contains information related to Air Berlin, flight code AB, a low-cost carrier charter type.
"On 28th April 1979 the first Air Berlin flight took off from
Berlin-Tegel to Palma de Mallorca. Germany's favourite holiday island is still the prime destination
of Air Berlin's route network. The Majorca Shuttle operates daily flights from 12 German airports.
The total number of weekly flights to Majorca has increased from 140 (summer 2001) to more than 300
(summer 2006). In October 2002 Air Berlin launched the City Shuttle. It connects German airports with
major European. Air Berlin is also constantly expanding its routes outside Germany, for example from
London and Amsterdam to Majorca, or within Spain from Palma de Mallorca to 16 destinations on the
mainland and on the Balearic Islands. In January 2005 the previous product lines were combined to form
the Euro Shuttle, thereby underlining the airline’s core European competence."
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|Hans-Joachim Knieps||25 ->||Air Berlin||100 ->||Air Berlin Flugzeugsvernietungs|
|Joachim Hunold||9 ->||100 ->||Air Berlin Luftfahrttechnischer Betrieb|
|Kim Lundgren||26 ->||100 ->||CHS Cabin und Handling Service|
|Severin und Rudolf Schulte||25 ->||14 ->||Niki|
|Werner Huehn||15 ->||51 ->||Stockheim Air-Catering|
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