$482-$493 — airberlin Fare Sale to Germany, $400 OFF (R/T)

Save up to $400 on the usual costs of flights to Germany with the latest sale from airberlin. Fly from Chicago, Miami and New York City starting at just $482 roundtrip, including tax.

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$596 — Chicago to Berlin Nonstop (Roundtrip)

Save as much as $250 off this route for travel between November and February, including over Thanksgiving.

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A Taste of Zurich

With 20 Michelin-starred restaurants, the city of Zurich has surely become a culinary hotbed, defined by a combination of modern cuisine and old world charm. While a modernist style of cooking may have recently taken root, the city’s culinary allure began hundreds of years ago.

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Top Flight Deals for December 27: Perfect Winter Escape

Nothing can top Hawaii for the absolute perfect winter escape, especially with prices this low. If I had to sum up 2012 in airfare, I’d likely say that Hawaii saw the most consistent drop in pricing across the board. With flights from the East Coast well below $600, it is [...]

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Airberlin Tour: 36 Hours in Vienna, Austria

It’s impossible to see all that historic Vienna has to offer in just 36 hours. But if, like me, you are short on time, there are a few essential attractions and experiences that you absolutely must try in Austria’s capital.

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Top Flight Deals for Nov. 14: The Big Apple is Back

New York City has bounced back in a big way from the devastation brought by Hurricane Sandy just a few weeks ago. Now is a great time to support friends and local businesses in the Big Apple by planning a visit.

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Airberlin Tour, Part 1: First Impressions Dusseldorf

My airberlin European tour kicked off this week with a weekend getaway in Dusseldorf, Germany. It’s a unique place, and truly unlike any other European city that I have been to before. Two opposing forces seem to battle for supremacy in Dusseldorf: its rich industrial port city legacy and its [...]

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Airberlin Europe Tour

This has certainly been a strange week, to say the very least. As the waters recede from New York and airports begin to reopen, I am only now starting to prepare for my airberlin trip of a lifetime.

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