Flights to Berlin

The national carrier of Azerbaijan - "AZAL - Azerbaijan Airlines" announce the start of scheduled flights from Baku to Berlin commencing the 2 May  2015 and the opening of the ticket sales for this route from January  21. Flights to Tegel Airport (TXL) of the capital city of  Germany  will run weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays with departure from Baku at 07.25 and arriving to  Berlin at 09.25 local time. The return flights from Berlin will be operated at 10.45 and coming to the capital of Azerbaijan at 18.40 at the same days of the week.

 

Opening of regular flights to Berlin is another evidence of steady development of "Azerbaijan Airlines" and the expansion of the route network of its flights to Europe.

As the capital of Germany, Berlin is a major European metropolis with a high pace of life, in which the past is harmoniously intertwined with today.

Opening direct flights to Berlin, "AZAL" provides an excellent opportunity for representatives of business circles of Azerbaijan and tourists to visit Germany, and is confident that these flights will be demanded by German business travelers and tourists.

The flight schedules to  Berlin is structured in such a way as to provide convenient connections for passengers traveling from Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Kazakhstan and Georgia to the capital of Germany. 

 Thus, "AZAL" strives to meet the demand of all categories of passengers and invites You to air travel on the new route!

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