Going daily to Philadelphia
Next summer, American Airlines will expand its long-haul connection from Berlin to Philadelphia. Between June and the start of October 2020, the airline will then have daily flights to the east coast of the USA. As the biggest American Airlines hub in the northeast of the USA, travellers have numerous connection possibilities: American Airlines offer connecting flights to 60 destinations in the USA and Canada up to four hours after arriving from Berlin, including Miami, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Orlando, Seattle and Atlanta. In addition, American Airlines is a member of the Oneworld Alliance and cooperates with British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Qantas and others. Flights are now available to book.
Flight schedule 2019
This year, the route will be flown from Berlin four times a week up to the 28th September. The aircraft used will be a Boeing 767-300, taking off every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday in the direction of the US east coast. Departure from Tegel is at 10:10 local time, and arrival in Philadelphia at 13:20. The return flight from “Philly” takes off at 18:05 every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, arriving in Tegel at 8:15 the next day.
Birthplace of the USA
Philadelphia belongs to one of the greatest economic areas of the USA, at the same time being one of the oldest and most notable cities of the country. The city is the birthplace of the USA. In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia and in 1787, the Constitution of the United States of America was agreed. Philly, as the city is affectionately known by its inhabitants, is at the same time a modern, creative and vibrant metropolis that’s full of surprise. Visitors should definitely plan their time in order to explore the “Streets of Philadelphia” – walk through the Old City, along the history-rich walls of Independence Hall and Liberty Bell, follow the footsteps of the fascinating Mural Arts Program, stroll through the numerous museums, galleries and parks and go on a culinary adventure in the Reading Terminal Market. If you want to learn more about the charm of this city, click the following link: