Berlin to Philadelphia: American region now games another route and connect capital region non-stop to Philadelphia flights will take off 4 times a week until September 2
Berlin to Philadelphia: American region now games another route and connect capital region non-stop to Philadelphia flights will take off 4 times a week until September 28. Every Tuesday Thursday Saturday and Sunday, it will head to the United States of America East from Berlin Tegel.
The flights take off at 10.10 local time and land in Philadelphia at 13.20. Return flights take off every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 18.05 and land in Tegel at 08.15 the next day. A Boeing 767-300 is used, which offers 28 Business Class seats and 181 Economy-Class seats. Philadelphia is the third destination can we flow nonstop from Berlin.
The overnight Hotel stays America alone makes up to 10 per cent. Nearly 950000 passengers have flown from Berlin to USA and Canada and back in 2018 alone. Spotting Berlin American Airlines is already getting an important head start. After the new airport starts operation in October 2020, already there will be a long haul flight between Berlin and the USA.
Christian Lianza, the regional manager for Central and Eastern Europe of the American Airlines said, As the worlds largest airline we are delighted to launch the new non-stop service between Berlin and Philadelphia. The route will be a welcome addition to the German market as it offers customers a chance to experience the historic city of Philadelphia, as well as opening up a wealth of connections to destinations across Americans extensive network in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America and
The largest American Airlines hub is located in North Eastern USA. Travellers from Philadelphia has numerous options for connections. After the travel of 4 hours from Berlin, American Airlines has connections to 60 other destinations in the USA and Canada. Philadelphia is one of the oldest and economically strong countries in the USA. With Philadelphia, the capital region gains a new long-haul destination. With this, the capital region now has a total of eight long-haul flights to seven destinations in North America and Asia.