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New non-stop service to Berlin with easyJet – passenger Stefanie: “A great city for all ages”

2018-11-06, kl. 10:04

Congratulations all Berlin lovers! Now easyJet is launching another direct route to the German capital – this time to Berlin Schönefeld Airport. “It's a great city for all ages,” says Stefanie Kim, a resident of Berlin, who suggests three things to do in the city.

Stefanie Kim

EasyJet continues to expand its operations at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Since March this year, the airline offers 14 weekly departures to Berlin-Tegel from Stockholm Arlanda. EasyJet is now launching six weekly departures to Berlin Schönefeld Airport.

Stefanie Kim is one of many travellers heading to Berlin. She has lived in the German capital for eleven years and is very fond of the city.

“Berlin is a very open and tolerant city that is attractive for both holidaymakers and business travellers of all ages. There are lots of activities for children, great cultural experiences and many museums and art galleries. Berlin consists of many very different areas so I recommend exploring all parts of it.”

Stefanie has flown with easyJet many times. This time the choice was easy, as she made a last-minute booking and the flight time fitted well with her schedule. She thinks the airline is much more punctual than is thought.

Elizabeth Axtelius, Aviation Business Director at Swedavia, welcomes the new route between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Berlin Schönefeld Airport, with service every day of the week except Saturday.

“We are pleased that easyJet continues to invest in Stockholm Arlanda. Our significant business connections between Germany and Sweden will benefit greatly from the increased air service between the two capitals. This is also beneficial to the tourism industry,”

Three things to do in Berlin – Stefanie’s suggestions

Visit Boros

“The Boros Collection is a private collection of contemporary art in a unique setting. It is located in a large bunker from World War II and has English guides. I really recommend booking early. It's a great experience.”

Eat vegan food!

“Berlin feels like the vegan capital of Europe. Here, great vegan food is always close to hand.”

Dance all night at Berghain

“If you want to experience the nightlife, Berghain near Berlin Ostbahnhof is the place to go. Why not on a Sunday? Thousands of people queue here every night in the hope of being let in and raving non-stop. Both cameras and mirrors are banned at Berghain.”