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About Germania

Germania, officially known as Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, is a well established, privately owned German airline based in the capital, Berlin. Germania's route network serves in excess of 40 international destinations from popular resorts and cities in European countries such as Spain, Turkey, and Greece through to more exotic destinations in Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and Iraq.

Germania carries more than 3 million passengers per year to more than 55 destinations within the continent, North Africa and the Middle East. The airline operates 29 aircraft, including Airbus A319s, A321s and Boeing 737-700s.

Within Germany, the main airports from which Germania has flights are Berlin, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Munich and Memmingen. Germany has two scheduled service routes from London Gatwick to Pristina and Erfurt. Germania's fleet consists of Airbus A319, Airbus A321 and Boeing 737-700. However, in Spring 2015, Germania announced its plan to phase out all of their recently refurbished Boeing 737-800s by 2020 to become an all-Airbus operator.

Flight operations were launched in 1986 and with 600 employees in 2015, the company is still controlled by the German family which founded the airline.



Germania Baggage

Passengers with Germania are entitled to one piece of hand baggage of up to 6 kg.

For checked baggage, adults and children are entitled to a maximum of 20kg in the hold and some flights to and from Lebanon, Israel, Iran, Iraq are allowed up to 25kg.

Germania offers four types of fare class:

Basic Economy

Classic Economy

Flex Economy

Premium Economy

Germania passengers are able to purchase more legroom through an XL seat for a fee of €30. Soft drinks, snacks and magazines are included in the ticket price with Germania.

Germania has a checked baggage allowance of 20kg at no additional cost. On longer flights, for instance to and from Beirut, Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, passengers even have a baggage allowance of up to 25 kg.


Germania Check-In

Online Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Germania flight by visiting the Germania online check-in page and entering their booking reference, surname and airport of departure. Online check-in is open between 23—4 hours before flight departure time. Germania online check-in allows passengers to choose their seat and either print off their boarding pass or download it to their mobile.

Airport Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Germania flight at the airport of departure by visiting a Germania member of staff at the Germania check-in desks. Germania check-in counters open two hours before departure time and close 45 minutes before flight departure time at the very latest. Check-in at the airport gives you access to baggage drop and your boarding pass.


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Germania News

29th June 2018

Germania will launch flats to Karpathos

Germania, the parent company of Germania Flug, have commenced operations from the Greek island of Karpathos to Dusseldorf. The new route is part of a major network extension for the airline, which already offers an extensive array of flights to Greece from Dusseldorf. Greece is a very popular destination for German holidaymakers and The Mediterranean paradise is back fully on the tourist trail, as it welcomed almost 10% more visitors in 2017 than in the previous year. The new flight will depart from Dusseldorf to Karpathos every week, along with a weekly service to Crete, Lesbos and Zakynthos, as well as two flights a week to Samos. Together with Bulgarian Eagle and the Swiss airline Germania Flug, Germania’s fleet will include up to 37 aircraft in a matter of months.


27th June 2018

Germania will operate a series of new flights

Germania will operate a series of new flights from two different locations in Germany to international destinations. The German airline will use its fleet of Airbus A319 to operate each service, with all flights launching next year.


The first is three new routes from Bremen Airport (BRE):

  • From 4th May 2019, Germania will fly between Bremen and Bastia once a week. The flight is expected to take 1 hours and 35 minutes
  • From 7th May 2019, Germania will fly between Bremen and Larnaca once a week. The flight will take 4 hours
  • From 13th June 2019, Germania will fly between Bremen and Ibiza one a week. The flight will take an estimated 2 hours and 45 minutes


The second three routes that Germania are launching are from Münster Osnabrück International Airport (FMO):

  • From 1st May 2019, Germania will fly between Muenster and Larnaca once a week. The flight is expected to take 3 hours and 35 minutes.
  • From 2nd May 2019, Germania will fly between Muenster and Ibiza once a week. The journey will have a flight duration of 2 hours and 40 minutes.
  • From 21st June 2019, Germania will fly between Muenster and Zonguidak. The flight will take 3 hours and 10 minutes. This flight will be a seasonal service that will only run until 13th September 2019.


26th June 2018

Germania operate two new flights 

Germania recently flew two new services from airports in Germany to different destinations in Europe and Asia. The first new service is between Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) and Karpathos Island National Airport (AOK), Germania flew the first flight on this route on 14th June 2018 and will continue to operate the service once a week, every Thursday, using an Airbus A319 aircraft. The second new service Germania is running is a flight between Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) and Zvartnots International Airport (EVN), Armenia. Germania will fly this service once a week, every Saturday and will use another Airbus A319 to carry passengers on the flight.


20th June 2018

Germania to bring in 25 new aircraft

Germania is expanding its fleet considerably with 25 new Airbus A320 aircraft on order. The airline expects all of the A320s to be delivered in the next four years and will offer its passengers a number of perks including wi-fi and free food on the flight. The Airbus A320 is able to seat 180 passengers and Germania will offer both economy and business class seats.


The new Airbus A320 will save Germania a great deal of money in the long-run. The new aircraft are much more cost-effective and environmentally friendly, consuming a significantly less fuel.  Germania will receive its first A320 in early 2020 and then will receive a further nine in the same year. The remaining 15 aircraft will be delivered throughout 2021 and 2022 and the airline expects the last delivery of the Airbus A320 to arrive no later than December 2022.


8th May 2018

Germania gets going on 30 new routes

Germania began services from Düsseldorf to Ponta Delgada on 2 May, with weekly flights (Wednesdays). airberlin used to operate to the destination twice-weekly in S16, but now Germania reconnects the German gateway to this part of the Azores. Ulrich Topp  (second left), Director Aviation Marketing of Düsseldorf Airport, poses with the crew in front of the inaugural flight aircraft.

Germania commenced 30 new connections from nine of its German bases in the last week, operating to destinations in Egypt, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia and Turkey. The longest sector is the 3,489-kilometre route from Berlin Tegel(TXL) to Marsa Alam (RMF), whereas the shortest city pair is the 1,300-kilometre link from Nuremberg (NUE) to Corfu (CFU). The average sector length of all 30 services is 2,057 kilometres, with an average weekly frequency of 1.9.


1st September 2017

Germania challenges Air Berlin's state guarantee

A state guarantee from the German government to help keep Air Berlin (AB, Berlin Tegel) operational is being challenged by Germania (ST, Berlin Schönefeld), the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) has reported. The newspaper further reports that the EUR150 million (USD179 million) loan has not yet actually been paid by the Federal Government, with the airline using its own cash reserves which are expected to last until mid-September.

In its filing, Germania calls the state loan 'incomprehensible'. However, the lodgement of the complaint does not have the power to hinder the government's ability to make the payout, should it be necessary to do so before the hearing date. The case is scheduled to be heard on September 15, which is also when the next creditor meeting will be held.

According to the FAZ report, the state guarantee was necessary to prevent Air Berlin from losing its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) when it filed for insolvency. The government is betting on not needing to make the payout, hoping to wrap up Air Berlin's sale quickly. However, proceedings have been complicated by wide-ranging interest from various parties and allegations that Lufthansa (LH, Frankfurt Int'l) is receiving favouritism.


Source: CH-Aviation


30th April 2018

Germania starts first St. Petersburg service

St. Petersburg welcomed the first Germania aircraft with a traditional water canon salute on the ramp and travellers departing on the first flight were greeted at the check-in with candy and souvenirs. The very first passenger received a special set of gifts from the airport operator Northern Capital Gateway (NCG) and the airline. Cutting the cake were NCG CCO Evgeniy Ilyin and Claus Altenburg, Director Sales, Germania.

Germania, on 26 April, launched direct flights between Dresden (DRS) and St. Petersburg (LED). The capital city of the state of Saxony became a new destination in the Russian airport’s route network and the seventh German city with direct scheduled service. The LCC operates the city pair twice-weekly with its 737-700 fleet, leaving from the German city on Thursdays and Sundays and the return flights departing Russia on Fridays and Mondays. In addition to Dresden, St. Petersburg offers direct connections to such German cities as Berlin (Schönefeld and Tegel airports by Rossiya Airlines and S7 Airlines respectively), Hamburg and Düsseldorf (by Rossiya), Munich (by Rossiya and Lufthansa), Frankfurt (by Lufthansa and Ural Airlines) and Cologne Bonn (Pobeda). There is no direct competition on this sector. See how St. Petersburg Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world. 


24th August 2017

Germania expands flight schedule, cites airberlin insolvency

Berlin-based Germania is expanding its flight schedule for 2018 in an effort to fill a void in the German air travel market following the announcement of airberlin’s insolvency.

“As a result of the current [airberlin] situation, we have decided to expand our flight program for those travelers and tour operators that are looking for comfort and planning security,” CEO Karsten Balke said in a statement.

Because of increased demand from tour operators, the carrier said that beginning in 2018 it will operate from both Berlin airports—Tegel and Schoenefeld—to European holiday destinations.

The carrier also plans to increase its presence at Dusseldorf, a strong market and main airberlin hub, and add more flights to several European holiday destinations.

At Nurnberg, capacity to Palma de Mallorca will be doubled. New flights from Zurich (Switzerland) include routes to Ibiza (Spain), Samos (Greece) and to the Canary Islands (Spain).

For summer 2018, Germania will operate from nine German airports to Palma de Mallorca (Spain). In addition to the high season, its recently opened base at Palma will remain open for the lower demand months of March and November.

Detailed flight plans will be announced in each region separately.


1st June 2017

Germania has formally announced that its nascent Bulgarian unit will launch later this summer proffering a single Bulgarian-registered A319-100 to the European ACMI/wet-lease business segment.
The German carrier did not confirm when Bulgarian Eagle (Sofia) would launch exactly, noting only that its application to the Bulgarian civil aviation authority for an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) was still pending.


2nd April 2017

Germania announced at the launch of its summer 2017 season of the Zurich - Marsa Alam service, operating 1 weekly flight. First flight commenced on 30MAR17.

The airline plans to operate 2nd weekly flight on Tuesdays, starting 04JUL17. Airbus A319 and/or 321 aircraft operates this route. In April 2017, Germania announced it will start commercial flights between Keflavik and Bremen from 18 June to 14 October. Germania also offered flights on this route last summer, which was very successful according to the press release. There will be two flights a week.

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