On 4 December, Hamburg Airport’s Senior Manager Traffic Development Gesa Zaremba (left in both pictures) celebrated germanwings’ new Klagenfurt sector, and then four days later held more new route celebrations, this time with Lara Münch, Traffic Development and Sales at Hamburg (right, second picture), when the LCC launched twice-weekly operations to Memmingen…
…where the arrival of the first germanwings flight was also marked by a new route cake as well as Ralf Schmid, the southern German airport’s CEO (third from right), welcoming the crew. The LCC’s Memmingen routes are aimed at the ski market.
- germanwings, has started some new services this week, as opposed to inheriting them from its mother company Lufthansa, which has seemingly been the norm for the LCC over recent weeks. Both Berlin (TXL) and Hamburg (HAM) have seen a new international route begin to Klagenfurt (KLU) in Austria, as well as new domestic sectors to Memmingen (FMM). All four routes will be flown uncontested by germanwings. The international routes will be flown on Wednesdays and Saturdays, while the domestic flights will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays. See how Memmingen’s FTWA does in this week’s Arch of Triumph.
||Berlin Tegel (TXL)
|Berlin Tegel (TXL)
|Source: Innovata / Diio Mi w/c 10 December 2013