Celebrating the latest new Germania route from Münster/Osnabrück Airport, along with the aircraft’s crew, headed by Captain Ralf Robin (second right) were Andrés Heinemann (third right), VP Marketing and Communication and Detlef Döbberthin (right), Manager Aviation Marketing, both from the German regional airport.
- Germania has started three new routes, unsurprisingly all from Germany, over the last week. First up on 19 June, was the weekly (Tuesdays) service from Nuremberg (NUE) to Bourgas (BOJ). This route will be operated by a variety of the airline’s equipment and will encounter direct competition from SunExpress Germany, which flies twice-weekly between Germany and Bulgaria. The following day Germania added a connection from the South German airport to Monastir (MIR). Again flown weekly, (Wednesdays) the 1,526-kilometre sector faces no direct competition, and is operated by the carrier’s A320 family. The last of the new route trio was launched on 22 June from Münster/Osnabrück (FMO) to Thessaloniki (SKG). No other airline flies this city pair. The airport pair will be operated twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) on its A319 equipment. Germania operates 35 weekly flights covering 15 destinations with two based aircraft at the German regional airport. In addition to this, the airline has announced it will add a third based aircraft at Münster/Osnabrück and expand into new destinations like Ibiza, Larnaca and Zonguldak next year.