Germania added Montpellier to its fledgling Palma de Mallorca base on 23 May. The twice-weekly service was welcomed to France with this monumental three-tier route launch cake.
Starting 26 May, Germania now offers flights connecting Vienna to the Hanseatic city of Rostock. The new route will be served Fridays and Sundays deploying an A319.
- Germania now serves the Vienna (VIE) to Rostock (RLG) route twice-weekly (Fridays and Sundays) from 26 May. The flights, operated by an A319, depart from Rostock at 11:50 and land in Vienna at 13:20, and leave the Austrian capital at 14:05 and arrive back in the Hanseatic city at 15:35. “We are pleased to welcome a new airline at Vienna Airport, namely Germania. The new route to Rostock makes it even easier for passengers to reach the northern part of Germany,” says Julian Jäger, Member of the Management Board of Vienna Airport. The route faces no direct competition. The day before, the airline began weekly (Thursdays) rotations between Hamburg (HAM) and Varna (VAR). Flown by Germania’s A319 fleet, the city pair will encounter resistance from incumbent SunExpress Germany, which also flies the route on a weekly basis. The last of the trio of new routes commenced by the airline on 23 May was the addition of another route from its recently opened Palma de Mallorca (PMI) base. Germania added a twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Fridays) service to Montpellier (MPL) on 23 May. Operated by the carrier’s 737-700 fleet, the 459-kilometre sector will face no direct competition.