Vienna Airport opens new Air Berlin, FlyNiki terminal

Vienna International Airport has opened the first phase of its dedicated terminal for Air Berlin and its subsidiary, FlyNiki, as well for its oneworld alliance partners. The 3,500 sq. m. terminal, named Check-in 1, has 30 check-in counters and eight self-check-in terminals. Within the next 12 months...

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