Germania connects to Corsica

Flowers (as well as Fire Truck Water Arch) were the order of the day in Dresden to mark the start of Germania’s latest route from the airport to Bastia. Currently the LCC offers 22 destinations from its second biggest German base (in terms of weekly seats).

Flowers were again central to the celebrations in Nuremberg for its Bastia route launch, which were led by the German airport’s MD Dr. Michael Hupe (right). Presently the LCC also offers 22 destinations from its biggest German base (in terms of weekly seats).

  • Germania has commenced its first services to the French island of Corsica during the last seven days. Weekly flights (Saturdays) from Dresden (DRS) and Nuremberg (NUE) were started to Bastia (BIA), the second busiest airport on the island after Ajaccio. The 1,007-kilometre sector from the former airport will be flown by the airline’s 737-700s, while the service from the latter facility will be operated by a mix of Germania’s A320 family. Both routes were launched on 19 May and neither faces any direct competition. See how Dresden Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world


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