Germania adds new routes from six German bases

Germania Munich

On 28 June, the first Germania flight from Munich to Karpathos took place, departing weekly from the Bavarian state capital. After Kos and Lesbos, Karpathos is the third Greek island Germania is offering direct flights to from Munich. Martin Laubenthal (centre), Director Traffic Development at the German gateway celebrated the first first with the inaugural crew.

  • Germania has enhanced its presence at six of its bases across Germany over the last seven days. The longest of the nine new sectors is the 2,623-kilometre route from Düsseldorf (DUS) to Kayseri (ASR), whereas the shortest city pair is a link from Dresden (DRS) to Bourgas (BOJ), at 1,408 kilometres. The average sector length of all nine services is 2,045 kilometres, while the mean weekly frequency is just 1.0. Wednesday is the most popular day of the week for the nine new routes, with three of them having flights on that day. The airline will offer no flights on Sundays or Mondays across any of these additional sectors. Also note that only three of the nine routes will face direct competition based on data taken from OAG schedules. “From Munich, we offer a small but refined selection of tourist routes, and we are adding another highlight now with Karpathos”, said Claus Altenburg, Germania’s Director of Sales, about the maiden Munich (MUC) to Karpathos (AOK) flight. “Greece is generally a valuable destination in our route network, which is why we are delighted to be able to offer even more routes towards Hellas.”
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
26-Jun Düsseldorf (DUS) Mytilene (MJT) EQV (1)  
Hamburg (HAM) Samos (SMI) A319 (1)  
27-Jun Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) Adana (ADA) B73W Pegasus Airlines (2)
Berlin Tegel (TXL) Kayseri (ASR) A319 (1)  
Dresden (DRS) Bourgas (BOJ) B73W (1)  
28-Jun Munich (MUC) Karpathos (AOK) A319 (1)  
29-Jun Berlin Tegel (TXL) Samos (SMI)  
Düsseldorf (DUS) Kayseri (ASR) EQV (1) Pegasus Airlines (3), SunExpress Germany (3)
30-Jun Munich (MUC) Mytilene (MJT) B73W (1) Astra Airlines (1)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 2 July. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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