Easyjet is reducing frequencies at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).

Easyjet is reducing frequencies at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
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The low-cost airline Easyjet will reduce frequencies on numerous routes from the end of June 2022. Affected passengers will gradually receive notifications from the carrier offering rebookings or refunds.

The background to the measure is likely to be that despite the good booking situation at the Berlin-Brandenburg location, Easyjet has too few flying personnel available. For this reason, among other things, the carrier had to on the Pentecost weekend cancel many flights from BER.

The current cuts initially affect 27 routes. These are both city destinations and classic holiday routes. The extent of the cuts varies, depending on the destination, from one withdrawn rotation to eight fewer rotations per week.

From the end of June 2022, the following Easyjet destinations will be served less frequently from Berlin-Brandenburg Airport: Athens, Basel, Stockholm-Arlanda, Bristol, Cagliari, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Catania, Faro, Rome- FCO, Geneva, Helsinki, Ibiza, London-Gatwick, London-Luton, Milan-Linate, Milan-Malpensa, Manchester, Naples, Olbia, Palma de Mallorca, Pristina, Preveza, Thessaloniki, Tel Aviv and Venice (Marco Polo).

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