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Sometimes it’s hard to stay on top of all the new route announcements that come our way, so we’ve complied a little bit of a rundown below. As long as you can afford the fares, this should definitely help add to your passport stamp collection.
· Air Berlin:
Europeans hungry for a little gaming and gambling are getting a new route thanks to Air Berlin, as the airline looks to launch a pretty decent long haul option. The plan is to send both planes and people between Las Vegas and Dusseldorf, Germany starting around May 10. It sounds like things will head back and forth a couple times per week on Thursdays and Sundays, and all the flying fun will be done with Airbus A330s. Seems like a pretty good option for gambling—or a getaway from gambling—if you ask us.
We’re always intrigued about what CityJet is up to over in the UK, and it looks like they’re on the move once again. This might complicate their contest a little bit, but the airline is now looking to fly nonstop from London-City Airport up and over to Aberdeen—that’s in Scotland. It sounds like the new flights will do their thing around three times per week, but it’s only going to be an option during the week. Embraer E170s will be in charge of sending both business and leisure travelers back and forth between the two cities.
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CityJet is known for their quick flights in and around Europe, as well as their ability to fly to and from some of the region’s more convenient airports—like London City Airport. Apparently the secret about the convenience of CityJet just hasn’t quite reached the masses yet, as the airline is looking to do a little promotion through a travel contest.
Of course social media is involved, so you’re going to need a fully charged smartphone to get in on the chance to win. It’s kind of like a real life scavenger hunt—but with electronic prizes—as the carrier has hidden a whole bunch of Quick Response codes at airports across their network. You’ve seen these fancy barcodes before, as you usually give them a scan to learn more information about something or even score a discount or a coupon. However, this time it’s more about finding, collecting, and registering them for a chance to win.