In December of last year, Germanwings was named one of the most punctual airlines in the world: according to the recently published statistics from the American online service Flight Stats, which evaluates all scheduled flights worldwide.
This coming summer, Germanwings will become one of the largest airlines at Dusseldorf Airport. With the 2014 summer timetable beginning on 30th March, the airline will take over a range of routes from its parent company, Lufthansa, as well as adding new routes. This means there are a total of 31 destinations that will be newly bookable with Germanwings from Thursday 10th October 2013.
The first ‘new Germanwings’ Airbus A319 has been unveiled bearing Germanwings’s new typeface and on its tail the new logo – a stylised W in dark purple and yellow, making the ‘wings’ in Germanwings a swish new motif. The new design embodies Germanwings’ steadily growing position as a quality carrier amongst low cost airlines.
Germanwings will be more generous with luggage allowances: as of now, the discount airline is raising the maximum weight for first luggage items from 20 to 23 kilograms. In “Best” and “Flex” tariffs, one suitcase will even be free of charge.
Low cost carrier Germanwings has announced the launch of its new route between Stuttgart and Manchester from this Sunday, 15 July 2012. The carrier will offer five services a week from Manchester to Stuttgart.
Germanwings and Brussels Airlines have announced closer collaboration having signed an interlining agreement, effective immediately. The agreement enables Brussels Airlines to offer passengers new Germanwings connections between Stuttgart and Brussels, allowing access to their complete range of flights via Brussels airport.
Low-cost airline group Germanwings has announced a new long-term airline distribution agreement with Sabre. The agreement provides Sabre travel agencies and corporations in Germany and around the world with access to Germanwings’ fares, schedules and availability.
The mercury has barely touched double figures this year but Germanwings is already warming up for the winter season: the airline has now released its flight schedule for the 2012/2013 travel season on www.germanwings.com with many great booking offers. There are also numerous new destinations, optimised flying times and more frequent flights to many destinations for its three hubs Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Dortmund.
Germanwings is launching its new summer flight plan for 2012 this Sunday with several new destinations. The company is planning many maiden flights in the coming days, especially in both of its largest bases: Cologne/Bonn and Stuttgart.
Germanwings has confirmed it will launch new routes between Stuttgart and London Heathrow Airport and Manchester Airport later this year. Services will depart from February and July respectively.
Germanwings is strengthening its cooperation with travel agents by further expanding its presence in the large central reservation systems (Global Distribution Systems/GDS). Following the announcement of a cooperation with Amadeus at the end of January this year, low-cost flights with Germanwings can now also be booked via Travelport with immediate effect.
Travelport, the business services provider to the global travel industry, today announces a participation agreement with Germanwings, the growing airline based in Cologne, making the carrier’s content and fares available on all Travelport GDS platforms.