Independent airline Germania is once again adding new routes and offering more travel options from Berlin-Tegel. In addition to the 19 destinations that can already be reached, the Greek island of Samos will be served every Friday from June. Germania is also offering a flight connection to the Armenian capital Yerevan for the very first time.
From June, the flights depart every Saturday. Increases are additionally scheduled for the coming winter: Germania will add to its extensive Canaries program with a weekly flight to La Palma every Tuesday and double the number of flights to the Isle of Flowers – Madeira/Funchal. The flights will depart on Mondays and Fridays.
Since May, the airline, which has recently been awarded by TripAdvisor, will be operating 35 times a week from Berlin-Tegel Airport. Three A319 aircraft are permanently stationed at the city airport, with two other Boeing-type aircraft at the Schönefeld location. Germania flies to 14 destinations from there, 26 weekly flights are being operated. The range of routes on offer include numerous holiday destinations in Spain, Greece and Turkey among others. Germania also connects the German capital with Tel Aviv, Tehran and Beirut and offers flights to Portugal, Egypt and Cyprus.
“Germania is positioning itself in Berlin as a quality airline, where passengers can expect a relaxed flight with full service,” remarks Claus Altenburg, Director Sales at Germania, regarding the beginning of the summer schedule. “We are delighted to be in the capital with an increased program for both the beginning of summer now and the coming winter. Berlin is a high priority for us.”
“Germania continues to grow. In the last months, the airline has increased its offer here in Berlin,” says Prof. Dr.-Ing. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, CEO Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH. “We are particularly glad that an airline from Berlin shows this much commitment. We wish the airline all the best with the new route and to all Germania customers always a good flight.”
Within Germany, passengers of Germania can use Rail&Fly tickets from Deutsche Bahn for their arrival to and departure from the airport. Tickets are available for 35 euros per journey. Travelers not only save on petrol and parking costs, but also the stress of looking for a parking space.