BERLIN – 06 November 2018 – 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. These inaugural flights were given a celebratory send-off at both airports. They were followed on Thursday morning by the Germania premiere to Agadir from Berlin-Tegel.
Claus Altenburg, Sales Director for the Germania airline, said: "The trio of inaugural flights to Agadir marks the start of our 2018/2019 winter season. We are hoping that many passengers will choose to holiday in warmer climes during the winter. So we have once again put together an attractive schedule this winter, which as well as Morocco also includes many other sunny, warm-weather destinations."
Agadir is Morocco's principal coastal resort, attracting sun-seekers all year round with its mild temperatures and white beaches. The local souk is perfect for a leisurely stroll and shopping, while food-lovers can enjoy an abundant range of regional specialities in the town's restaurants. Agadir also makes an ideal starting point for day trips to Marrakesh or the Atlas mountains, for example.
As well as the new services to Agadir, Germania is also offering a number of other attractive routes this winter. From tomorrow, for instance, there will be a new service from Bremen to the Canary island of La Palma, to where Germania has also been flying from Berlin-Tegel since early November. Aircraft bearing the green and white logo have also been connecting Düsseldorf with Trabzon on the Turkish Black Sea coast since the start of November. For passengers preferring snow to the beach in winter, Germania will be operating flights from Münster/Osnabrück to Salzburg for the first time from mid-December. In addition, this winter's schedule will once again include many other long-available Germania destinations – such as Athens and Cyprus.
Germania is an independent German airline with a history that goes back more than 30 years. The airline with the green and white logo carries more than 4 million passengers per year on short-haul and medium-haul flights. Germania offers connections from 18 departure airports in Europe to over 60 destinations within the continent, in North Africa and the Middle East. Reversing the common industry trend, Germania continues to offer complimentary snacks, soft drinks, magazines and a minimum of 20 kg free baggage allowance. Germania’s business model combines scheduled, charter and ad-hoc flights. Together with Bulgarian Eagle and the Swiss airline Germania Flug AG, Germania operates a fleet of currently 37 aircraft. Germania Technik Brandenburg GmbH is responsible for the company's aircraft maintenance. www.flygermania.com