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Der vorläufige Insolvenzverwalter der Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, Rüdiger Wienberg, hat heute dem vorläufigen Gläubigerausschuss einen ersten Zwischenstand des Investorenprozesses präsentiert.
Berlin, 8 February 2019. Initial progress has been made in the preliminary insolvency proceedings concerning Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, Germania Technik Brandenburg GmbH and Germania Flugdienste GmbH: the preliminary insolvency administrator Rüdiger Wienberg is holding talks with interested parties regarding possible takeover scenarios. Meanwhile, the German Employment Agency has approved the pre-financing of the outstanding January salaries, meaning that the approximately 1,700 employees will receive their money within the next few days.
Berlin, 5 February 2019. Following the application for insolvency filed by the airline Germania, the Charlottenburg Local Court (Amtsgericht) today passed an order on preliminary insolvency proceedings. Rüdiger Wienberg from the law firm hww hermann wienberg wilhelm was appointed as the preliminary insolvency administrator.
Berlin-based Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, its sister maintenance company Germania Technik Brandenburg GmbH, as well as Germania Flugdienste GmbH filed for insolvency in Berlin on Monday, 4 February 2019. Swiss airline Germania Flug AG and Bulgarian Eagle are not affected by this step.
Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, its sister maintenance company Germania Technik Brandenburg GmbH as well as Germania Flugdienste GmbH filed for insolvency at Amtsgericht Berlin-Charlottenburg on Monday, February 4, 2019.
Germania Fluggesellschaft has found a solution to cover its short-time liquidity needs.
Media statement by Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH
Lars Wagner, press spokesperson for Germania Fluggesellschaft, comments: „After funding payments were made on Thursday, we continue our conversations with additional potential partners and are optimistic that we will come to a final positive conclusion during the course of next week.“
Europe’s aviation industry has undergone major changes recently, 2018 was a particularly challenging year.
From A for Antalya to Z for Zadar: the independent German airline Germania has finalised its flight schedule for the coming summer and will be launching numerous new connections.
Independent German airline Germania will operate flights to Albania for the first time next summer. From 30 May 2019, there will be two flights a week from Dusseldorf to the Albanian capital, Tirana. Germania will also launch a service from Zurich to Tirana in summer 2019.
This week saw three inaugural Germania flights to Agadir: on Wednesday, aircraft bearing the green and white logo of the independent German airline first departed for the Moroccan port city from Münster/Osnabrück Airport and from Albrecht Dürer Nuremberg Airport.
As of March 31, 2019, independent German airline Germania will station an Airbus A319 with 150 seats at the airport of the Pristina, the capital city of Kosovo.
The airline with the green-and-white livery is kicking off winter 2018/2019 with a total of 11 destinations from Zurich Airport. Compared to the previous year, Germania is doubling the number of flights to Majorca and Grand Canary, and has also added two more Atlantic islands to its flight schedule this winter: Tenerife and Madeira. Moreover, Germania is increasing flights to destinations in North Africa.
Germania, the airline with the green and white logo, has just released its flight schedule for summer 2019 and now is accepting bookings. New destinations from Zurich include Tirana, Albania and Calvi, Corsica. In addition, the frequency of flights has increased on some of Germania’s current routes. To accommodate its continued growth, as of summer 2019 the carrier will operate five aircraft from Zurich airport.