Berlin

Berlin's cold war-era Tegel Airport gets a reprieve to Oct

The coronavirus travel downturn adds further wrinkles to Berlin's already-complicated airport lan...

New-look BA lounges for Heathrow, Chicago Edinburgh, Berlin

We unpack British Airways' lounge upgrade plans for 2020, which finally includes its home lounges...

Lufthansa axes Berlin-New York route

Lufthansa is ending services between Berlin and New York after failing to bag optimal landing tim...

Berliners vote to keep Tegel airport open

UPDATE | Residents of Berlin have voted to keep open the city's dated and crowded Tegel airport e...

New EU hotels for business travellers

Travellers bound for the likes of London, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris can give their Hilton HHono...

Crowne Plaza Berlin hotel now open

Taking the reins from the former Wyndham Grand Berlin hotel, IHG’s Crowne Plaza Berlin, Pot...

Lufthansa strikes continue: flights cancelled

Lufthansa has cancelled the majority of its flights on Friday, with Hong Kong and Singapore fligh...

Etihad & airberlin partner up

Etihad and airberlin are now running joint flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane through to...

Swissotel's new ideas: better sleep, less jetlag

The Swissotel in Berlin is aiming a new set of sleep-enhancing services at jetlagged and stressed...

Qantas scotches rumours over new Berlin hub

IN BRIEF | Qantas has nixed reports that it will shortly abandon flights to Frankfurt in favour o...

Etihad + airberlin: new Germany-Abu Dhabi flights

Etihad and airberlin are dramatically increasing flights to Berlin and Düsseldorf, in a move...

New Adina Apartment Hotel: Berlin Hackescher Markt

Australian company Adina Apartment Hotels has opened its third hotel in Berlin, next to the Hacke...

Frequent Flyer: Rachel Argaman, Toga Hospitality

Rachel Argaman, Sydney-based CEO of Toga Hospitality, is mad for markets: from London's bustling ...

Frequent Flyer: Dr Mark Walterfang

How does a doctor handle jetlag? "Poorly!" admits Melbourne's Dr Mark Walterfang