Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel) will join oneworld alliance in early 2012 but will already start codesharing with American Airlines (AA/Dallas/Fort Worth) on routes from Germany and Switzerland to the United States and connections within the US on November 1. As of the same date, it will also codeshare with Finnair (AY/Helsinki) on routes between Germany and Finland. Air Berlin is also expecting to enter into codeshare agreements with British Airways (BA/London Heathrow) and Iberia (IB/Madrid) in 2011. It has also added new routes: Basle/Mulhouse-Fuerteventura-Tenerife Sur-Basle/Mulhouse: weekly seasonal A320-200 service starting on November 1 Berlin Tegel-Dubai: 3x weekly A330-200 service starting on November 3 (operated by LTU International Airways (LT/Dusseldorf Intl)) Berlin Tegel-Gdansk: 4x weekly Dash 8-400 service has started on May 1 (operated by LGW – Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter (HE/Dortmund)) Berlin Tegel-Graz: 5x weekly B737-700 service has started on May 1 Berlin Tegel-Miami: 2x weekly A330-200 service starting on November 1 (operated by LTU International Airways) Berlin Tegel-Mombasa: weekly seasonal A330-200 service starting on November 4 (operated by LTU International Airways) Dusseldorf Intl-Erbil: weekly B737-800 service has started on February 6 Dusseldorf Intl-Innsbruck: 3x weekly B737-700 service starting on December 9 Dusseldorf Intl-Klagenfurt: 2x weekly A319-100 service starting on November 1 Dusseldorf Intl-Tel Aviv Ben Gurion: weekly A330-200 service has started on June 11 Dusseldorf Intl-Volos: weekly seasonal A320-200 service has started on May 2 Frankfurt Intl-Malaga: 3x weekly seasonal A320-200 service (already launched) Frankfurt Intl-Westerland: 4x weekly A319-100/B737-700 service has started on May 1 Hanover-Arvidsjaur: 2x weekly seasonal B737-700 service starting on November 29 Hanover-Dubrovnik: weekly seasonal A319-100 service between June 28 and August 30 Hanover-Lanzarote-Funchal-Hanover: weekly seasonal B737-800 service starting on November 2 Hanover-Olbia: 2x weekly seasonal A319-100/B737-800 service between June 25 and August 31 Hanover-Rijeka: weekly seasonal B737-700 service between June 24 and August 26 Hanover-Salzburg: 4x weekly A319-100 service starting on December 2 Munich-Malaga: 3x weekly A320-200/B737-800 service (already launched) Nuremberg-Larnaca: weekly seasonal B737-800 service (already launched) Salzburg-London Stansted: 4x weekly A319-100 service starting on December 2 Stuttgart-Arvidsjaur: 2x weekly seasonal B737-700 service starting on November 29 Stuttgart-Barcelona: daily A320-200 service has started on June 11 Stuttgart-Ibiza: 2x weekly seasonal B737-800 service until October 24 Stuttgart-Las Palmas: weekly seasonal B737-700 service starting on November 7 Stuttgart-Reykjavik Keflavik: weekly seasonal A319-100 service between June 20 and September 13 Stuttgart-Tenerife Sur: weekly seasonal B737-700 service starting on November 6 Air Berlin has terminated its routes from Cologne/Bonn to Klagenfurt, Memmingen, Porto, Salzburg and Vienna, from Palma de Mallorca to Ciudad Real, from Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel to Memmingen, from Hanover to Klagenfurt and from Zurich to Santa Cruz de La Palma earlier this year. It has also given up plans for seasonal services from Berlin Schönefeld to Lanzarote, Las Palmas and Nuremberg, from Berlin Tegel to Brindisi, from Dresden to Lamezia Terme, from Dusseldorf Intl to Bari, from Friedrichshafen to Lamezia Terme, from Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel to Bari and Menorca and from Nuremberg to Heringsdorf and has suspended its Berlin Tegel-Djerba, Berlin Tegel-Monastir, Berlin Tegel-Phuket, Dortmund-Fuerteventura, Dortmund-Las Palmas, Hanover-Monastir, Munich-Cancun, Munich-Djerba and Nuremberg-Paphos routes for the summer season. Air Berlin will also give up its Berlin Tegel-Gdansk, Berlin Tegel-Memmingen, Cologne/Bonn-Venice Marco Polo, Copenhagen-Palma de Mallorca, Dusseldorf Intl-Krakow routes and Stuttgart-Valencia routes on October 31. Air Berlin has renegotiated its outstanding orders with Boeing and has delayed deliveries of nine B737-700/-800 aircraft from 2010/2011 to 2015 and the delivery of its first of now 15 instead of 25 B787-8s from 2013 to 2015. It has also cut the number of B787-8 options from 10 down to 5.