i'd really appreciate that step.
in july e.g. more than 3900 passengers travelled from berlin to JFK
, via frankfurt, paris, london, amsterdam of course!
yet there still is the question if any airline can fill their business-class, which definitely is the biggest problem/challenge on the transatlantic-routes.
"I understand why Berlin has been such an under-served market, but I believe Continental's move is a great indication of the progress Berlin is making since German RE
-unification. I believe this will lead to more airlines into the Berlin market and help vitalize the citie's economy"
we always admire the united states for their positive attitudes and optimism. still we germans have to acknowledge that berlin's situation is worse than ever before. so we all hope this EWR
-course promotes the economy, but I personally doubt that.
"And a side question for our German friends: So what's the deal with the Palast der Republik and the Stadtschloss? Will the Stadtschloss be rebuilt? I hope it will; that orange, esbestos filled thing is an eyesore. However, does Berlin really have the money to be rebuiling Prussian palaces right now?"
actually they want to build it, as you correctly say, with no money. so probably the airport will open before the castle will. guess 20 years or so
www.livestrong.com and vote for kerry!