Blue Air has launched flights between Berlin-Tegel and Turin on May 2, 2016. The route from German capital to Turin in the Piedmont region in north-west Italy takes around one hour and 40 minutes.
The route to the capital of Piedmont is served three times a week. Flights depart Tegel Airport on Mondays and Wednesdays at 21:15. The Friday flight departs for Turin at 15:40. Blue Air departs Turin on Mondays and Wednesdays at 18:50 and lands at Tegel Airport at 20:30. The Friday flight departs Turin at 13:15 and lands in Berlin at 14:55. Boeing 737 aircraft are deployed.
Turin, which is the fourth-largest city in Italy, lies in the foothills of the Po Valley and is bounded by the Alps to the north and the hills of Monferrato to the south. The city’s character has been shaped by the Savoy royal dynasty, in particular their palaces and churches, as well as by the Agnelli family, which founded the Fiat car factory in Turin in 1899. As a baroque city and former royal seat, Turin has a wealth of art and cultural treasures to offer. Many buildings and palaces are UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites, including the residences of the House of Savoy, the Palazzo Madama and the Palazzo Reale. With a total of 18 kilometers of arcades, Turin is a wonderful place to go on leisurely strolls.
Tickets for the new route can be booked from €19.99 one-way (one-way flight, including taxes, limited availability) on www.blueairweb.com