List of airlines of Germany
TUIfly, Sun Express, Lufthansa, Germania (Feb 2019), Eurowings, Condor, Air Berlin (Oct 2017)
TUIfly is a German leisure airline owned by the travel and tourism company TUI Group. TUIfly offers both charter and scheduled flights with about 60% of all seats are sold directly, 30% as a part of a TUI holiday package and 10% by other agencies. TUI fly flies to the classic holiday regions all around the Mediterranean, the Canary and Cape Verde Islands, Madeira and Egypt.
Sun Express Boeing 737-800
Sun Express is a German leisure airline based in Frankfurt. SunExpress is a subsidiary of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa. SunExpress nearly flies to the classic holiday regions all around the Mediterranean.
Lufthansa Airbus A320 Neo
Lufthansa is a German airline and, when combined with its subsidiaries, the largest airline in Europe, both in terms of passengers carried and fleet size. Lufthansa operates services to 18 domestic destinations and 197 international destinations in 78 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe.
Germania Airbus A319
Germania is (was) a privately owned German airline with its headquarters in Berlin. Germania operates (operated) scheduled and charter flights to destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.***Germany low-cost airline Germania has filed for bankruptcy and cancelled all of its flights in February 2019.
Eurowings Airbus A320
Eurowings is a German low-cost airline headquartered in Düsseldorf and a fully owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group. Eurowings serves a network of domestic and European destinations as well as some long-haul routes.
Condor, is a German leisure airline based in Frankfurt. Condor operates scheduled flights to leisure destinations in the Mediterranean, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and the Caribbean.
Air Berlin is Germany's second largest airline, after Lufthansa. It operates a route network that includes a total of 17 German cities, some European metropolitan and several leisure destinations in Southern Europe and North Africa, as well as intercontinental services to destinations in the Caribbean and the Americas.***The airline, which was the second biggest in Germany after Lufthansa. It ceased all operations on October 27 last year (2017) with almost £700 million of debt.