airberlin, Germany's second largest airline, joined the oneworld alliance in March 2012. It currently serves some 145 destinations worldwide. The airline's hubs are Berlin and Düsseldorf.

Summary - airberlin

Travel classes

On its shorthaul flights, airberlin is introducing Business Class alongside its established Economy Class. On its longhaul routes, it offers two-classes, with a business class and an individual in-flight entertainment screen for each passenger.

Frequent flyers

As a member of airberlin's topbonus frequent flyer programme you earn topbonus miles towards your tier status every time you travel on eligible oneworld flights. And when you are ready to redeem your miles, some 1,000 destinations await you across the oneworld alliance.

To learn more about the benefits available to you as part of the oneworld frequent flyer network, please select your tier status from the list below.

Code-share partners

airberlin code-shares with oneworld partners American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Royal Jordanian and S7 Airlines. In addition it operates code-share flights with airbaltic, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles, Bangkok Airways, Etihad Airways (which is also a strategic partner of airberlin), Hainan Airlines, Meridiana fly, Pegasus and Virgin Australia. 


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