Rhein-Neckar Air flies to Berlin-Tegel and Hamburg again

Dornier 328 (Photo: Rhein-Neckar Air).
Dornier 328 (Photo: Rhein-Neckar Air).

Rhein-Neckar Air flies to Berlin-Tegel and Hamburg again

Dornier 328 (Photo: Rhein-Neckar Air).
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It was quiet around the German travel company Rhein-Neckar Air. Until now: After a six-month Corona break, the regional airline flies back to Berlin-Tegel and Hamburg. When the popular destination Sylt will be included in the flight program again is still in the stars.

“In the last few months the phone at Rhein-Neckar Air has seldom been idle. Many of our travelers have asked when we will take off again. We received a lot of encouragement and support. I would like to thank all of our guests for this, ”said Dirk Eggert, CEO of the airline. 

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