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Air Berlin to boost winter services to Thailand
Bangkok, May 3, 2011
 

AIR BERLIN will increase direct services between Germany and Thailand this coming winter, from nine to 12 flights weekly.

 

The airline will introduce a new weekly flight between Berlin and Phuket from November 1, boosting its frequency there to three per week. It normally operates two weekly flights between Munich and Phuket during winter.

 

Air Berlin will also increase its Düsseldorf-Bangkok flights from four to five weekly, and Berlin-Bangkok from three to four weekly.

 

 
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Good for Thailand, as many Germans have more options to fly to Phuket. Vice-versa the two countries are linked with many carriers
Posted by: Nugroho Setiatmadji
04-05-2011 13:11:47
 
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