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airberlin topbonus has launched a flash sale on award tickets for travel between April 1, 2017, and December 17, 2017. Tickets must be booked by March 19, 2017. The sale is on all tickets with prices:

  • From 1,500 miles for domestic flights in Germany
  • From 2,500 miles for European destination
  • From 12,500 miles for long-haul destinations

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To take advantage of the offer, all you need to do is head over to the airberlin topbonus promotion page, and search for your destination.

US Routes

There are plenty of great deals to be had to/from the US, including:

  • Berlin to/from Los Angeles from 15,000 miles
  • Berlin to/from New York from 15,000 miles
  • Chicago to/from Berlin from 15,000 miles
  • Dusseldorf to/from Boston from 15,000 miles
  • Dusseldorf to/from San Francisco from 15,000 miles

Other International Routes

There are also some great deals to be had both within Germany, and to other destinations, some of the best offers available are:

  • Berlin to Frankfurt from 1,500 miles
  • Dusseldorf to Palma De Mallorca (Spain) from 2,500 miles
  • Berlin to/from Abu Dhabi from 12,500 miles
  • Berlin to/from Tel Aviv from 5,000 miles

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  • I know there’s something called “combined Household Accounts” – i just don’t know how to combine them? Any Ideas on how to do it?

  • Analise Sesay says:

    What are people’s experiences with airberlin? I am headed to Germany with my friend this July for a festival in Bavaria. The flight prices on Lufthansa were a bit steep for that time when I looked yesterday.

  • I have enough miles to book a R/T Budapest-TXL-Budapest but the YQ charge was about the same as a revenue ticket.

    I will wait a little longer!

  • Very high surcharges on Air Berlin when booked through Topbonus. Best to avoid and book using Avios…

  • Airberlin used to have (and perhaps still have) a credit card that you could earn not only redeemable award miles, but also miles towards oneworld status through expenditure. In theory I think you could have become oneworld sapphire or emerald without ever setting foot on a plane. I think it was only available in Germany though. I wish they would introduce it in other countries.

  • I wish Airberlin has more routes to the U.S.

  • Makes no sense! Awards look like real bargain on paper but when you factor in their laughable fuel surcharges you then begin to realize you can get a regular ticket on their website for that money.

  • Any idea how AirBerlin’s economy class compares to other Euro airlines (e.g. Lufthansa)?

  • AB is nice. Berlin to LA @ 15k is a sweet deal. Or DUS. I have no time to take the trip. Bummer. Best route is then to DUS then CAG. Hope people get to enjoy Octoberfest with this.

  • I have some miles with Air Berlin and I checked some of the flights on offer.
    I have seen that in some case the fuel surcharge is quite high, but this is not always the case.
    I’m sure it depends on the particular route but I have no clue when the fuel surcharge is high and when it is quite reasonable.

  • I have flown on AirBerlin previously and I was pleasantly surprised at the service. Reports are they seem to have financial difficulty. I hope they fly on!

  • it’s a shame that SPG points may not post in time. Also, their routes seem limited as their major cities are Berlin and dusseldorf

  • Dang, if I didn’t already have my next two trips planned I’d be all over that SFO -> DUS

  • Great! I fly on them for the first time soon (kinda nervous from the reviews) but willing to give them a shot.

  • Thanks for the post, is there any credit card program that has the ability to transfer points to AB?