Air Berlin ceased operations on 27 October 2017. It was a German budget airline, headquartered at Airport Bureau Center, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany. With a fleet of 308 aircraft, Air Berlin flights flew to 162 destinations. The airline had its hubs at Berlin Tegel Airport, and Duseeldorf Airport. Air Berlin has an alliance with Oneworld.
Passengers bought Air Berlin tickets to fly to 162 destinations. Air Berlin had codeshare agreements with Air Serbia, Austrian Airlines, Darwin Airline, Hainan Airlines, air Seychelles, Bangkok airways, Etihad Airways, and Japan Airlines to name a few. Air Berlin had an alliance with Oneworld. The airline's parent company was Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG.
Air Berlin Fleet
Air Berlin fleet comprised 308 aircraft at the time of its closure. These included - (21) Airbus A319-100, (117) Airbus A320-200, (23) Airbus A321-200, (17) Airbus A330-200, (3) Airbus A330-300, (3) BAe 146-200, (5) Boeing 737-200, Boeing 707, (11) Boeing 737-300, (13) Boeing 737-400, (32) Boeing 737-700, (100) Boeing 737-800, (20) Bombardier Dash 8 Q400, (3) Embraer 190, (18) Fokker 100.
Air Berlin Cabin Classes
For the passengers having made Air Berlin reservations, the airline offered Business and Economy classes on long-haul flights. and only Business Class on its short and medium-haul flights.