Air Berlin

Air Berlin

Air Berlin GmbH & Co. Luftverkehrs KG (stylized as airberlin or airberlin.com) is Germany's second largest airline, after Lufthansa, and Europe's sixth largest airline in terms of passengers. It operates an extensive network including holiday destinations in the Mediterranean region, the Canary Islands and North Africa as well as intercontinental destinations in Southeast Asia, the Caribbean and the Americas. The airline is a member of the Oneworld alliance.

Air Berlin concentrates on serving major German and European cities to attract business traffic. A total of 23 German cities are served, more than any other airline. Its largest hub is Berlin-Tegel Airport, followed by Düsseldorf Airport. Other important destinations are the focus cities Nuremberg Airport and Son Sant Joan Airport, Palma.

The airline is headquartered at the Airport Bureau Center in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin. Air Berlin's parent company, airberlin group or Air Berlin GmbH, is publicly traded (FSE: AB1, ISIN is GB00B128C026). In May 2012, it had 9,200 employees. The airline (including subsidiaries) carried 33.6 million passengers in 2010.

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