Then & Now: Air Berlin 2005 vs. 2015

See how Air Berlin's fleet has changed since 2005 in this interactive infographic...

Air Berlin, Germany’s second-largest airline after Lufthansa, ranked 10th-largest airline by fleet size in Western Europe in 2015. The airline offers domestic and international flights and its destinations include the Mediterranean region, Madeira, the Canary Islands and North Africa. The airline's fleet went from 50 aircraft in 2005 to its current fleet of 101 aircraft. As seen below, in the last 10 years Air Berlin added Airbus A319-100s, A321-200s, A330-200s to its fleet and expanded its Boeing 737-700 aircraft, according to Aviation Week data. 

Credit: Aviation Week

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