Articles Tagged ‘Germania’
Germania adds Greek and Armenian links from Düsseldorf and Berlin Tegel.
The summer keeps moving on and so does the number of water arches that we receive, with another 17 sent in this week. Another seven days like that and we will pass the 200-mark of FTWAs three weeks sooner than last year.
Germania adds new routes to the French island from Dresden and Nuremberg.
10 airports do battle for Week 19 Arch of Triumph glory, with entries from Asia, North America, Africa and Europe. The latter region remains the dominant force in the competition, but the scrap for second place is heating up – anyone got any water?
Germania adds its 11th service from South German gateway.
Germania begins European and African services from nine German bases.
Having not won a single award until Week 10 of the competition, Europe’s airports have not looked back since, securing an eighth win on the bounce. Find out which of the six gateways from the region – including this one from London Southend – wins this week, as well as which airports from around the world were […]
Germania links Dresden with Russia’s second city.
Germany-Turkey market suffers slide in 2016 and 2017; return to growth on the horizon, Turkish Airlines is leading carrier
The available seats on services between Germany and Turkey fell by 7.9% to 14.80 million in 2017. This was the second consecutive years of cuts, although early indications are that the market will return to growth in 2018. Nick Preston looks at capacity trends in this country pair over the past 10 years.
With over 2,500 votes cast, it was far from being a close-run thing, as a well-promoted Bratislava Airport campaign saw off all challengers to win Part I of anna.aero’s legendary Cake of the Week public vote. It’s your chance to vote for your favourite baked treat – including this offering from Riga ‒ here in […]
Air Prishtina, in partnership with Germania, launches twice-weekly flights from Pristina to Paris CDG.
Germania set to offer 4.57 million scheduled seats in 2018; still multiple aircraft to be allocated to bases; Nuremberg and Düsseldorf top hubs
Germania is certainly on a growth spurt at the moment, growing from 1.31 million scheduled seats in 2014 to 4.57 million this year. Jonathan Ford explores the carrier’s planned operations for S18, which appears to show that at least five aircraft are still be scheduled in its summer programme.