Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH

Germania is one of Germany’s longest established airlines and, in 2016, it looks back on 30 years of passenger operations. For three decades, the carrier has flown millions of passengers aboard its distinctive green and white aircraft to destinations in the sun, to major European cities, or to visit friends and family. The airline operates a fleet of 22 aircraft and its network has been continuously expanded over the years to include a wide range of fascinating destinations in Europe and the Middle East.

Germania currently operates 22 aircraft. Germania operates a fleet of 10 Boeing B737-700. Since 2011, Airbus aircraft are used across the entire route network. A total of 8 Airbus A319 and 4 Airbus A321 have now been integrated into the fleet.

At Germania, quality takes top priority. Soft drinks, snacks and magazines are always included in the ticket price. Passengers flying with Germania have a minimum checked baggage allowance of 20 kg at no additional cost. On all flights, Germania offers a varied entertainment programme. In addition to audio programmes with the latest hits, classical music and jazz, passengers enjoy cartoons, TV series and feature films in HD quality, depending on the duration of the flight. The modern Germania fleet is equipped with comfortable seats and innovative lighting systems and guarantees a pleasant flight experience.

Since summer 2014, Germania has been a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). This milestone is a prerequisite for closer cooperation with many airlines. Since 01.07.2015 Germania is a member of the German National Tourist Board and since 01.09.2015 in the German Travel Agency Association.

Safety and dependability always take top priority for Germania. The carrier’s exceptionally high standards are confirmed by the independent IOSA certification, the internationally recognised safety audit conducted by IATA. Over 100 employees in the wholly-owned subsidiary Germania Technik Brandenburg (GTB) are responsible for aircraft maintenance and ensuring smooth operations.

The own maintenance hangar at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport (SFX) is used jointly with airberlin and is large enough for several jets to be serviced at the same time. This was followed by the inauguration of a second hangar in 2014, in Bremen.