Berlin-based Germania has announced its plans to further expand its commitments to City Airport Bremen.
The airline plans to increase its summer flight schedule for 2016, to include passenger flights to the Balearic Islands seven days a week, up to twice per day. Germania is also set to station a fourth aircraft at Bremen from 2016 to cater for increased demand.
Currently, the airline has stationed two Airbus A319 and one Airbus A321 at Bremen, to operate the airline’s 2015 summer schedule.
Karsten Balke, CEO of Germania said: "With the deployment of a fourth aircraft and increasing our Mallorca Flights from Bremen to strengthen our close ties to City Airport Bremen, high demand come for flights to the sunny island. We are looking forward, to being able to offer more convenient direct flights to the popular island.”
The airline’s increased schedule includes 13 weekly services to Mallorca, which will be bookable from the end of March 2015, with services beginning from Easter 2016.
Jürgen Bula, Managing Director airport Bremen said: "The increase in frequency of Germania in the summer of 2016, following Mallorca at 13 times per week, the deployment of an additional aircraft in Bremen and the establishment of a separate Germania maintenance hangar at us at the airport shows that stable business partnership between the Airline and airport Bremen there.”
Germania has played an important role at Bremen since 2011, and currently flies from the German city to ten destinations including the Canary Islands, Turkey and Egypt.