18 february 2019

On June 1, RusLine airlines opens new direction Kaliningrad – Berlin

Starting from June 1, 2019, RusLine starts operating flights on route Kaliningrad (Khrabrovo) - Berlin (Tegel). The flights will be carried out on comfortable Canadian jets Bombardier CRJ-100/200 twice a week - on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

The minimum cost of a one-way ticket is 5,715 rubles.

“Flights from Kaliningrad to European cities have great potential, and one of these cities is certainly Berlin. Thanks to affordable fares, convenient departure and arrival times, this destination can become popular not only among residents of the Kaliningrad region, but also among transfer passengers from other cities of Russia”, said Alexander Krutov, Deputy Director General for Commerce and Commercial Director of RusLine.

“Berlin has always been a very popular destination for Kaliningrad. Air traffic with the capital of Germany was opened several times and then interrupted for various reasons. But, without a doubt, the potential of this direction is very high, - said Alexander Korytny, General Director of Khrabrovo Airport. “We hope that flights of RusLine airlines to Berlin will be in demand among the residents of Kaliningrad and other regions, the direction will develop, and flights will be operated not only in the summer period.”

Schedule (local time):



Days of flights





Kaliningrad - Berlin (Tegel)

Tue, Sat





Berlin (Tegel) - Kaliningrad

Tue, Sat




The sale is open.

Tickets are available at all the ticket offices, as well as on the website

More information on 8 800 5555 800 (toll-free in Russia).

About RusLine

RusLine airlines holds one of the leading places in regional air transportation sector of the Russian Federation. The main purpose of RusLine is to build a network of routes between regional centers and hub airports. The company was established in 1997. In 2007, RusLine became the first Russian operator of Canadian Bombardier CRJ-100/200 aircraft, and today it has the largest fleet of such aircraft in Russia and Europe, and 8th in the world.

The route network of the airline unites over 35 cities of Russia and Europe. The airline is based in Moscow, Vnukovo Airport; additional hub airports are located in Yekaterinburg and St. Petersburg.

At the end of 2017, the airline’s passenger traffic amounted to 641 thousand people, the passenger turnover - to more than 508 thousand passenger km. Over the past year, the company performed about 20 thousand flights.

RusLine airlines won prestigious aviation awards in the field of regional transportation multiple times. It was declared the winner in 2017, 2014, 2012 and 2006 at the annual aviation award "Wings of Russia". The airline was recognized as the best regional carrier in 2015, 2014 and 2013 with the award of Pulkovo airport LED TOGETHER. RusLine is the winner of the annual award of Voronezh Airport in the nominations "Partner of the Year", 2015 and "Leader of Regional Routes", 2017.

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