Evia Aero is a proposed German airline that has a planned operational start date of 2027. The airline plans on operating to 15 destinations across Europe, utilising a fleet of sustainable aircraft. Evia Aero plans to follow suit as other German start-up airlines such as Vairtual and Flyv, offering European services marketed towards business travellers. It is currently unknown which aircraft type the airline may operate, however, it has expressed that they will operate planes with a capacity of around 30 passengers and will select a sustainable aircraft type, not including the Dornier 228, De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter or Let L-410.
As of January 2022, Evia Aero hasn't yet published its intended route map. However, upon the launch of its services, the airline aims to connect 15 European destinations. The airline aims to connect smaller regional destinations to major hub airports with established major hub airlines.
Evia Aero hasn't yet specified its intended baggage policy. However, it is likely that all passengers will be entitled to bring 1 item of cabin baggage such as a briefcase, ladies handbag or small backpack to fit underneath the seat in front of you. It is unsure if the airline will permit 1 cabin case as well as 1 personal item due to the space constraints onboard.
It is unsure if the airline will offer complimentary checked baggage as standard on their tickets. However, if the airline intends on targeting business and high-income passengers then this may be offered. However, more information regarding the airline's baggage policy will be published nearer the airline's launch of services in 2027.
Evia Aero currently doesn't offer online check-in facilities as the airline hasn't yet launched operations. It is unclear if the airline will offer these facilities in the future, however, more information will be gained nearer the airline's launch.
Similarly, as the airline hasn't yet launched its services the level of service for its airport check-in facility is unknown. It is highly likely that this will be offered by the airline and we always recommend arriving no later than 90 minutes prior to your scheduled departure. More information about the airline's check-in policies will be learnt nearer the airline's formal launch of services.
Evia Aero has yet to publish its intended cabin configuration, however, the airline plans on targeting business travellers. This may mean that passengers can expect an increased level of service both on the ground and in the air. You may be treated to complimentary food and drinks onboard, lounge access or a generous baggage policy. As the airline intends on operating small aircraft with a capacity of around 30 passengers, you may expect to receive a standardised seat for that type of aircraft. More details on the airline's proposed service levels will be announced nearer the launch of its services.
It is currently unknown if inflight entertainment and wifi will be installed onboard, however, as the airline intends on operating to destinations within Europe this may not be available so we recommend bringing your own forms of entertainment.
It is currently unknown what the level of inflight service will be, however, as the airline intends to cater to business travellers some level of a complimentary meal service may be provided. The airline will publish more details surrounding this nearer its launch in 2027.
Evia Aero hasn't yet stated if they intend on offering a frequent flyer program.
At present, the airline isn't a member of any airline alliance, however, this could change upon the launch of its services.
The airline hasn't yet decided which aircraft they intend on operating. However, it has been noted that these will accommodate around 30 passengers. However, the airline has stated that they don't intend on operating the Dornier 228, De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter or Let L-410 aircraft types.
Bremen airport is a dual runway airport, with one for commercial flights and the second for small private turboprop services with an additional helipad. The airport handles around 3m passengers annually with services to destinations across Europe, North Africa and Turkey. Bremen is not a hub airport for any airlines, however, Evia Aero intends on operating out of the airport to a range of destinations. Currently, Corendon Airlines, Eurowings, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Sundair, SunExpress, Turkish Airlines and Wizz Air all operate to the airport. The cities tram line '6' serves the airport connecting it to downtown Bremen. The airport is also well connected to the local and regional highway network making it easy to get to Bremen or the surrounding areas in a private transfer with ease.
Evia Aero may not yet have launched services, however, there are numerous alternative airlines you could travel with instead.