Germania Fluggesellschaft (Berlin) will start the twice-weekly Dusseldorf – Tehran route on February 20, 2015. In addition, the carrier will launch the twice-weekly Berlin (Schoenefeld) – Tehran route on February 22, 2015. Finally the German airline will commence the weekly Hamburg – Mashad route on February 25, 2015.
Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-75B D-AGEN (msn 28100) taxies at Palma de Mallorca.
Germania Fluggesellschaft (Berlin-Tegel) will become the first airline to operate from the delayed Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg (BER).
The airline will move to BER on November 1, 2013 from its previous home at Tegel Airport and the adjacent Schönefeld Airport, operating from the north pier. A detailed schedule will be announced separately.
Germania in the winter timetable 2013/2014 will operate from Berlin twice-weekly to Skopje in Macedonia and to Beirut in Lebanon, and once a week to Adana in Turkey. Germania will also start charter flights to the Canary Islands, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates from BER.
The airline currently operates 8 Airbus A319s and 10 Boeing 737-700s.
Top Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-75B D-AGER (msn 28107) prepares to land at Frankfurt.
Bottom Copyright Photo: Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg (BER). The new terminal at BER.
S.A.T., the holding company of Germania Fluggesellschaft (Berlin), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for five Airbus A319s. Germania will thus become a new Airbus operator and plans to start a complete fleet rollover to Airbus A319s. Deliveries of the aircraft will commence from April 2011 onwards. Germania will fly the A319s to their 30 destinations in Germany, Europe, around the Mediterranean region and the Middle East.
Germania has chosen a spacious single class cabin layout for 150 passengers, offering even more comfort and more space for their passengers. The cabin will be equipped with a state-of-the-art entertainment system, containing video screens and in-seat audio channels. Germania’s A319s will be powered by CFM engines.
Copyright Photo: Gunter Mayer. Up until now Germania has been a loyal Boeing operator. Boeing 737-7B D-AGET (msn 28109) is pictured at Nuremberg.