easyJet outlines Berlin Tegel network from Jan 2018

easyJet today announced new service at Berlin Tegel, serving up to 19 destinations, including 4 key domestic routes. Planned service will commence from the first week of January 2018.

On Domestic routes, the airline will serve up to 19 daily flights on weekdays.

Berlin Tegel – Dusseldorf eff 07JAN18 2 daily (1 on Saturdays)
Berlin Tegel – Frankfurt eff 07JAN18 5 daily (4 on Saturdays)
Berlin Tegel – Munich eff 07JAN18 8 daily (5 on Saturdays, 6 on Sundays; 1 flight also scheduled on 05JAN18)
Berlin Tegel – Stuttgart eff 07JAN18 4 daily (3 on Saturdays)

The airline will also introduce following European service from Berlin Tegel from January 2018.

Berlin Tegel – Budapest eff 08JAN18 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Catania eff 08JAN18 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Copenhagen eff 07JAN18 2 daily
Berlin Tegel – Fuerteventura eff 03FEB18 1 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Helsinki eff 01MAR18 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Madrid eff 07JAN18 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Milan Malpensa eff 01MAR18 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Palma Mallorca eff 07JAN18 2 daily
Berlin Tegel – Paphos eff 03MAR18 1 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Paris CDG eff 07JAN18 1 daily (2 daily from 01FEB18)
Berlin Tegel – Rome eff 07JAN18 1 daily (2 daily from 01MAR18)
Berlin Tegel – Stockholm Arlanda eff 01MAR18 2 daily
Berlin Tegel – Tel Aviv eff 01FEB18 1 daily
Berlin Tegel – Vienna eff 07JAN18 4 daily (5 daily from 01FEB18, 4 daily on Saturdays)
Berlin Tegel – Zurich eff 07JAN18 4 daily (3 daily on Saturdays; 5 daily from 01FEB18, 4 on Saturdays)


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