Air Berlin Rahmenabkommen

August 11th, 2010

wir freuen uns, Euch heute eine sehr gute Nachricht überbringen zu können, die Euch künftig erlaubt, eine Menge Geld bei Euren Flugbuchungen zu sparen:

Wir konnten uns mit Air Berlin auf ein Rahmenabkommen einigen!

Das Angebot wird zunächst nur den Labcom - Mitgliedern zur Verfügung stehen und zwar erstmal für eine 6 monatige Testphase, die ab sofort beginnt. Wir hoffen, dass wir das Angebot danach weiterhin anbieten und dann auch der gesamten VUT- Mitgliedschaft zugängig machen können. Beides hängt vor allem davon ab, wie zahlreich Ihr das Angebot in den nächsten 6 Monaten nutzt, d.h. wie viele „Coupons“ insgesamt in besagtem Zeitraum über den Ladentisch gehen.

Weitere Informationen erhaltet Ihr in der VUT-Gecshäftsstelle bei Jörg Heidemann: heidemann@vut-online.de

3 Kommentare »

  1. Ajmal wrote,

    I think that both the fall of the Berlin Wall and Tiananmen Square were turning potnis in our understanding of the world. I’m 30. I was in the fourth and fifth grade when these things happened. I still remember what a big deal the cold war was, how every movie bad guy was Russian, that so many buildings in my home town bore the three inverted triangles indicating a fallout shelter, how, even in the late eighties, I was still taught to hide under my desk in case of a nuclear attack. My girlfriend, who’s coming up on 26, doesn’t have a clear recollection of these things. To her Soviet-style socialism, the eastern bloc, glasnost, M.A.D. and Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall! are all historical relics with no more obvious connection to modern life than the Boer War and the Teapot Dome scandal. What’s particularly interesting about that moment in history is that it was also at the same time that computers were becoming household objects. Anyone with experiential memories of the Soviet collapse also remembers a time before the internet, before cell phones and often before cable television. There’s a very clear generational divide between people born before the about 1983 and those born after. If only because that’s right when CD’s first hit the market, we might call them the Analog and the Digital generations. If you have a clear memory of Germans climbing atop the Brandenberg gate, of them chipping away at the wall with hammers and bits of rebar, of whole sheets of graffiti-strewn concrete being tugged down by cranes and, more importantly, if you understood the significance of these events as they took place, you are probably of the Analog generation. If you lack these memories, then you’re probably more Digital.

    Kommentar on November 21, 2014 @ 11:57 pm

  2. Chaahra wrote,

    I was in the Army during that time, and stoantied in Baumholder, West Germany. I visited Berlin twice and was able to join in chipping away the wall. I still have a few small pieces. It was two sets of walls of very tough slab of concrete fiber reinforced with lots of rebar and huge round concrete tops with a plain of finely raked sand in between. The wall on the East side (viewed from within East Berlin) was painted white and I never saw anyone walk near it. The wall facing West Berlin, which was actually within East Berlin territory, was painted all over in graffiti.

    Kommentar on Februar 21, 2015 @ 3:08 am

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    Never seen a better post! ICOCBW

    Kommentar on März 18, 2015 @ 4:04 pm

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