German low-cost carrier Air Berlin will turn the tables on Ryanair and easyJet, which have been opening bases in Germany, when it launches a transfer hub at London Stansted Dec. 16 and begins operating domestic services within the UK offering twice-daily flights to Manchester and Glasgow. "Our UK customers already know and value our service, so it makes sense for Air Berlin to increase our presence in the British market. In doing so, we become the first German airline to fly inside Britain. ...

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