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Topic: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: Pera
Posted 2004-03-16 14:47:10 and read 2248 times.

Germania is planning to start new routes Stockholm-ARN to Hamburg, Hannover and Bremen. Last year they started operating ARN-Dusseldorf, and a month ago they announced they will start a route ARN-MUN!

Topic: RE: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: Flymunich
Posted 2004-03-16 14:52:50 and read 2236 times.

Flight from HAM, HAJ and BRE via MUC to Stockholm (no direkt-flights)
New flights from Munich (MUC) to Napoli (NAP) three times a week and from Hamburg (HAM) to Geneva (GVA) five times a week.

Topic: RE: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: Thomas_Jaeger
Posted 2004-03-16 15:27:59 and read 2183 times.

HAM-ARN is nonstop, HAJ-/BRE-ARN is via MUC

Topic: RE: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: Chriskam
Posted 2004-03-16 15:54:44 and read 2143 times.

Does anybody know if GEXX is considering OSL???

Topic: RE: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: GodBless
Posted 2004-03-16 16:21:59 and read 2116 times.

This is good news after I heard in January that Gexx wanted to pull out of ARN. One of my goals for this year is also to fly DUS-ARN with their F100.

Max

Topic: RE: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: Dens
Posted 2004-03-16 16:25:31 and read 2097 times.

Germania also announced a new route from Hamburg to Geneva. I'm not sure if there is a demand on this route.

Dens

Topic: RE: Germania Launches New Services To Stockholm.
Username: Pera
Posted 2004-03-16 18:50:08 and read 2053 times.

Goodbless, I also heard about that, Germania planned to stop flying ARN-DUS, at the moment they are flying 2 times a week, from the 28th of march they will operate 3x/week. I dont understand what happened  Smile


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