Green Airlines activates bookings

Photo: Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden Airport.
Photo: Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden Airport.

Green Airlines activates bookings

Photo: Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden Airport.
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On November 1st, the German airline Green Airlines will start its first scheduled flight from Karlsruhe-Baden Baden to the new Berlin airport BER. A total of 16 weekly departures are planned. The flights from Karlsruhe-Baden Baden Airport start at 6 a.m., 30 p.m. and 15 p.m. ATR from the Danish Air Alsie are used.

“The first bookings have already been received and confirm that there is great interest in the connection. Until the first flight, we aim to add further functionalities to the booking system. Our next big features, in addition to the free connection to local public transport in Karlsruhe and Berlin, are automated booking via Messenger. A larger selection of self-services, with which the passenger has the opportunity to make changes to the booking independently, such as name changes or rebooking, is also being planned, ”says Stefan Auwetter, founder and CEO of Green Airlines. 

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