In summer 2018, the independent airline Germania is expanding its route network between Berlin and Turkey. Five new Turkish destinations will then be served by the green and white aircraft every week: Dalaman, Samsun, Kayseri, Adana and Gaziantep.
Germania already operates flights from Berlin to attractive tourist destinations in Turkey. Three times a week to Antalya, and twice weekly to Bodrum. Next summer, Germania is going to increase its services from Berlin-Schönefeld and Berlin-Tegel and will offer a total of ten flights a week to Turkey.
The new Turkish destinations are definitely worth a visit. Dalaman on the Mediterranean coast and Samsun, the biggest city on the Black Sea, are ideal spots for sun-seekers. Kayseri in central Cappadocia on the other hand has gained a reputation beyond Turkey’s borders as a rewarding winter sport destination. Adana in southern Turkey is home not only to one of the country’s largest universities, but also to a number of architectural monuments from Antiquity and the Middle Ages. And finally, Gaziantep attracts gourmets from around the world: the city is renowned for its Baklava pastries and two years ago was recognised by UNESCO as one of the world’s most creative gastronomic locations.
“With the addition of these five new routes from Berlin, we’re responding to the ever-increasing demand for services between Germany and Turkey,” says Claus Altenburg, Sales Director at Germania. “With our choice of new destinations, we’re not only maintaining our focus on tourist potential, but also flying to places that are of particular interest to commuters and anyone visiting family.”
The checked baggage allowance on Germania flights from Berlin to the new destinations in Turkey is 25 kg.
Germania is an independent German airline which was established over 30 years ago. On short-haul and medium-haul flights the airline, with its distinctive green and white livery, carries more than 3 million passengers per year. Germania offers connections from 20 departure airports in Europe to over 55 destinations within the continent, North Africa and the Middle East.
Reversing the common industry trend, Germania continues to offer complimentary snacks, soft drinks, magazines and a minimum of 20 kg free baggage allowance. Germania operates scheduled, charter and ad-hoc flights. Together with the Swiss airline Germania Flug AG and Bulgarian Eagle, Germania’s fleet currently has 29 aircraft. Germania Technik Brandenburg GmbH is responsible for the company’s aircraft maintenance. www.flygermania.com