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At the end of March 2018, independent German airline Germania will open a new route between Copenhagen and Pristina.
Berlin – 15 January 2018 – From 2020, Germania will be implementing the most comprehensive fleet replacement measures in its corporate history. In this context, the airline is now setting the course for the standardisation of its fleet. Over the next 15 months, the ten Boeing type 737-700s in the fleet will be retired and replaced with Airbus aircraft. The first three Boeing aircraft will be leaving as early as the end of April this year while the last Boeing plane will leave Germania at the start of the 2019 summer season at the latest.
Germania has greeted the new year by launching its own "Germania Holidays" travel portal. From now on, customers can not only book their flight with Germania, but also their entire holiday.
Germania is strengthening its presence at Bremen airport by stationing an additional aircraft there. By winter 2018/19, the airline will have increased the number of green and white aircraft based at Bremen's Hans-Koschnick Airport from currently two to three planes.
From 2020, Germania will be implementing the most comprehensive fleet replacement measures in its corporate history.
Starting in summer 2018, the green and white airline will offer non-stop flights from Zurich to 18 destinations throughout Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East with a focus on coveted holiday venues in Spain, Greece, Croatia and Egypt.
Germania passengers can now select Rail&Fly tickets and travel to the airport with Deutsche Bahn.
Germania Flug AG has filed a complaint in the Swiss Federal Court against the commercial court’s resolution.
In summer 2018, the independent airline Germania is expanding its route network between Berlin and Turkey.
Early December 2017 saw two reassignments in Germania Flug AG’s sales division: As Sales Manager, Chris Roth now is responsible for travel agency and GSA support and Dajana Zirzlaff is the new contact person for tour operators.
Following on from the successful launch of direct flights between Berlin-Tegel and Tel Aviv, Germania has made additional flights on this route available for booking.
After twelve months of preparation and implementation, the airline now has a wide range of advanced technologies at its disposal. Furthermore, Germania will be promot-ing the development of a mobile app, which is due to be presented in spring 2018.
From now on, Germania will be selling its products digitally via the Amadeus Altéa Inventory System.
For the winter of 2017/18, Germania is offering a varied program of flights to nine destinations departing from Zurich: three to beach vacation spots in Egypt; three to Spanish islands; and one to each of Agadir in Morocco, Beirut in Lebanon, and Niš in Serbia.
The aircraft with the green and white livery are once again taking off from Berlin-Tegel airport. After a three year absence, the independent German airline Germania has returned to the airport in north Berlin, holding an inaugural flight to Gran Canaria.