Germania has filed for bankruptcy and cancelled all of its flights in February 2019.

Germania is an independent German airline. It operates under its own name on a growing number of scheduled routes which can be booked directly. Germania also handles many flights on behalf of leading tour operators.
On short-haul and medium-haul flights the airline, with its distinctive green and white livery, carries more than 3 million passengers per year to holiday destinations, friends or family. Together with Germania Flug AG and Bulgarian Eagle, the company now operates 29 aircraft with a regional focus, outside major hubs. With its instinct for market opportunities, Germania has always offered flights to less conventional destinations. The airline‘s route network includes more than 55 destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

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Germania Fleet

Germania operates 29 aircraft; Germania flies with Airbus an Boeing. germania

11-Airbus A319

With a length of 33.84 m it is one of the smaller models of the A320 family and 10.67 m shorter than the Airbus A321.

5-Airbus A321

At 44.51 metres, the Airbus A321 is the longest model of the A320 family


10-Boeing 737-700


Germania Destination

Zurich-Burgas-Varna-Dubrovnik-Split-Paphos-Kittila-Rovaniemi-Calvi-Montpellier-Strasbourg-Toulouse-Athens-Crete/Heraklion-Korfu-Kos-Rhodos-Samos-Santorin/Thira-Reykjavík/Keflavik-Pristina-Faro--Madeira/Funchal-Nis-Stockholm-Arlanda-Almería-Fuerteventura-Gran Canaria-Ibiza-Jerez-Lanzarote-La Palma-Malaga-Palma de Mallorca-Tenerife-Bern-Zurich-Adana-Antalya-Alanya/Gazipasa-Bodrum-Dalaman-Edremit/Korfez-Hatay-Kayseri-Malatya-Zonguldak-London-Gatwick-Hurghada-MarsaAlam-Erbil-Sulaymaniyah-Tehran-Tel Aviv-Marocco-Agadir-Beirut