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- 1 About Germania
- 2 Germania Check-in
- 3 Germania Baggage Allowance
- 4 Germania Seat Selection
- 5 Germania Knee Distance
- 6 Frequent Flyer Program
- 7 Germania Food & Beverage
- 8 Germania Inflight Entertainment
- 9 Germania Pet Policy
- 10 Germania Lounge
The Germania company was founded in 1978 in Cologne, on the initiative of Hinrich Bischoff. It was originally called SAT (Special Air Transport). At its inception, the company specialized in charter flights. Originally founded in 1979 as a holiday airline, Germania has grown into a scheduled airline over time. In 1986, SAT changed its name to Germania. The following year was marked by the launch of regular flights with the Boeing 737-300. The company moved in 1992 from Cologne to Berlin-Tegel Airport. In 1998, it acquired its first Boeing 737-800. Building on its success, Germania achieved a record figure at the end of 2009, with 2.5 million passengers carried. The company further anchored its activity internationally in 2012. It opened a subsidiary, called Gambia Bird.
More recently, Germania became a member of the IATA (International Air Transport Association) in 2014. In March 2015, it also expanded its destination offering by inaugurating routes to Cyprus. Thanks to a modern fleet of 25 planes, Germania has served some 30 destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The airline filed for bankruptcy on February 04, 2019.
Germania Hub Airports
Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL / EDDT)
Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF / EDDB)
Bremen Airport (BRE / EDDW)
Dresden Airport (DRS / EDDC)
Dusseldorf Rhein-Ruhr Airport (DUS / EDDL)
Erfurt-Weimar Airport (ERF / EDDE)
Friedrichshafen Bodensee-Airport (FDH / EDNY)
Hamburg Fuhlsbuettel Airport (HAM / EDDH)
Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC / EDDM)
Munster / Osnabruck International Airport (FMO / EDDG)
Nuremberg Airport (NUE / EDDN)
Rostock Laage Airport (RLG / ETNL)
Germania Classes of Service
The airline has only Economy as its reservation class.
Around 140 destinations in Europe, North Africa and West Asia can be reached regularly and reliably with Germania by cheap flights. Holiday destinations such as Antalya, Cyprus, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Ibiza, Varna, Madeira, Rhodes, Corfu, Crete and of course Mallorca are particularly popular. Germania uses around two dozen Boeing and Airbus aircraft with up to 208 seats. Germania also carries out charter flights on behalf of well-known tour operators. The airline also specializes in special event flights. Another special feature of Germania is the operation of the factory shuttle for Airbus between Hamburg-Finkenwerder and Toulouse. In addition to the Berlin-Schönefeld location, the airline is also expanding its position in London-Gatwick.
The airline ceased its operations on 5 February 2019.
There is no online check-in on the airline’s website. You can get updated information about check-in by visiting the airline website.
At Germania, passengers can only use the classic check-in option at the counter. This is also available at the airports in Bremen, Erfurt, Friedrichshafen, Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden, Münster-Osnabrück and Paderborn from 6 p.m. on the evening before for all departures that are scheduled for the following day until 12 p.m. This service costs five euros per passenger. In Zurich, check-in the evening before is possible from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at no additional cost. On the day of travel, the check-in counters are usually open from two hours to 45 minutes before the scheduled departure. At some airports, passengers can check in earlier.
Germania Baggage Allowance
One piece of hand baggage is allowed per passenger, which must not be heavier than six kilograms and no larger than 55 x 40 x 20 centimeters, as well as a personal item (e.g. laptop, handbag, baby food).
The free baggage allowance for all flights and passengers is 20 kg. An exception to this are flights whose departure or arrival airport is in Lebanon, Israel or Iraq, Iran or Iraq, on which the free baggage allowance is 25 kg per passenger.
Various sports equipment can be transported for a fee of 50 euros, provided that they are properly packed and registered in advance. These include golf equipment (up to 30 kilograms), bicycles, diving equipment, sail and surfboards, ski and snowboard equipment, hang gliders (up to 3.50 meters in length), paragliders, folding boats, fun and body boards (up to three kilograms) and kickboards (up to three kilograms).
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Germania Seat Selection
Germania passengers can reserve a desired seat online from around eight weeks to two working days before departure at the latest. For regular seats, the airline charges 10 euros each way, payment is made by credit card. Since September 1, 2014, travelers have also been able to reserve an XL seat with more legroom on many routes. However, Germania only issues these at check-in at the counter – i.e. on the evening before or on the day of travel. The company charges 30 euros per flight for the spaces at the emergency exit.
Germania Knee Distance
Because of the airlines who want to reduce the cost of flying more passengers, knee distance is very important especially on long haul flights. The front seats and emergency exit seats are the seats with the highest knee distance. It is generally sold for a fee.
Frequent Flyer Program
The airline has no loyalty program for its frequent flying customers.
Germania Food & Beverage
Germania generally only offers the economy as a booking class. A snack and non-alcoholic drinks are included in the flight price for passengers. It is also possible to choose from an on-board menu at your own expense. There, for example, beer costs four euros, wine or cocktails five euros and spirits four euros. Depending on the flight route, hot and cold meals are also offered. For sandwiches, baguettes or panini, for example, the price is around five euros, pasta with tomato sauce costs six euros. Snacks such as chocolate bars, nuts or chips cost around two euros each. There are also various snack boxes, also for children and vegetarians.
The pre-ordering of special meals is in principle not planned at Germania. Connections to Tel Aviv, with kosher meals on board, are an exception. A kosher breakfast costs 12 euros there, main meals are available for 15 euros.
The flights to Tehran are special. A premium economy is offered there, which is advertised with a welcome drink and an exclusive menu in the area of on-board catering. However, the airline does not provide any further information.
Germania offers you a bite to eat and a non-alcoholic drink based on the model of US airlines. The additional choice of the on-board menu is limited, passengers with special requests should better take care of themselves before departure. Connections to Israel and Iran are an exception.
Germania Inflight Entertainment
Germania was a low-cost company. Passengers could only fly in Economy class. However, the company, concerned about the comfort of its customers, offered many services on board. The seats were spaced about three feet apart. Travelers were entitled to 20 kilos of luggage at no additional cost. For flights to and from Beirut, Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, the limit was even extended to 25 kilos. In addition, during the trip, the flight crew offered free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks to passengers. Entertainment material was also made available to them, including the company magazine ( flyGermania), audio channels or films depending on the length of the flight. For three euros, travelers could buy headphones if they forgot theirs. On the other hand, the pillows and blankets generated additional costs. The company also offered the purchase of perfumes, jewelry and others on board.
Germania currently does not offer WiFi connections on board its aircraft. So far, the company has not released any information on whether the fleet will be equipped with the Internet in the future or not.
Germania Pet Policy
Who wants to leave your best friend at home? On this page you will find the rules of traveling with your pet during your flight with Germania.
Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.
The lounges are indispensable especially for business class passengers. What facilities does it offer? Here you will find detailed information about Germania lounges for a comfortable start to your trip.
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Number of Aircraft: 36
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Head Office: Riedemannweg 58, Haus 4, 13627 Berlin, Germany
Phone Number: +49 30 610 818 000
Fax Number: +49 30 610 818 088
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