Tunisair supports 9 German artists to join INTERFERENCE. Thank you!
Tanja Dersch, Tunisair Frankfurt (de): „Tunisair is proud to support this first Light Art Festival in Tunisia and Africa in the Medina of Tunis. It is so important to give artists around the world the possibility to show their work and to help realizing such a great cultural project. Therefore we decided to sponsor this special event with Tunisair flights from Germany to Tunisia for all German artists. We are looking forward admiring their performances, being a part of this unique project and bringing people together across borders.“
About Tunisair: Since its foundation in 1948 the national Tunisian airline continuously developed its network. Today Tunisair operates worldwide to more than 100 destinations in 28 countries and serves the major cities in Europe, Africa and Near East. In Germany, Tunisair is active for 55 years. Scheduled flights operate 21 times per week nonstop from Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Hamburg to Tunis, Enfidha and Djerba. Flight time is 2.5 hours on average. The fleet presently consists of 30 aircrafts of Airbus and Boeing. International certificates such as ISO 9001, JAR-OPS and IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) confirm the quality of the fleet and the safety on board. You can book your flight online www.tunisair.com or directly in our service offices.
Wenn du zum Festival kommen möchtest und dort übernachten möchtest wo auch die Künstler untergebracht sind, dann guck mal hier: Dar Ben Gacem,
Dar El Medina, Dar Traki, Dar Yar, Hotel Carlton or La Chambre bleue. Dank Ihrer Unterstützung können die Künstler die nicht aus Tunis kommen, in oder in der Nähe der Medina von Tunis bleiben. Wenn du nach gutem authentischen Essen suchst probier doch mal: Dar Slah. Dank ihrer Hilfe kommen auch die Künstler in den Genuss der tunesischen Speisen.
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