CARST wrote:F9Animal wrote:So sad! Is there any chance that someone could save the airline?
EasyJet I think is still chartering Jets to cover all their routes.
MrGtheSheepA346 wrote:cedars747 wrote:Germania ARN-BEY was very popular, I wonder who wil take over the route?
MEA with an A320 would seem logical to me
euroflyer wrote:I'm quite surprised that Airbus didn't plan a back-up solution for their A319 shuttle service between TLS and XFW (subcontracted to Germania). This route is crucial to operations and hundreds of employees commute everyday between the two majors sites. Procurement is usually very careful to financial situation of suppliers/subcontractors, especially when there have been talks for several weeks now...
Any guess on which airline could be chosen to take back this route ?
N14AZ wrote:According to this article Airbus employees (about 400 every day...) are now using Commercial flights from HAM:
bennett123 wrote:Recent images of LZ-AOA and LZ-AOC in Germania c/s.
I understand these are leased from Bulgarian Eagle.
Does this mean that they just come and collect their planes.
bspc wrote:Until the end of this week Titan Airlines flies the shuttle in the morning and Germania Flug flies the shuttle in the evening.
masi1157 wrote:bspc wrote:Until the end of this week Titan Airlines flies the shuttle in the morning and Germania Flug flies the shuttle in the evening.
This week only passengers with a Germania booking from before their insolvency will fly on those flights. New bookings can only be made on commercial flights HAM-FRA/MUC/BRU/AMS/CDG....-TLS. From next week on until end of March Titan will operate all flights, apparently with the original schedule.
UnitedIsBae wrote:where is the fleet going?
A388 wrote:This Germania situation is still unclear to me. I read that a company would invest in them again but I still see their airplanes being repossessed. What is happening, will they close their doors indefinitely or will they restart again with this new company?
Blerg wrote:Wasn't their Swiss division bought by some Albanian businesswoman who lives in Switzerland?
ei146 wrote:According to some German news outlets the administrator gave up looking for investors. According to him all reputable bidders have jumped off. Time pressure is given as the main reason because insolvency payments will stop end of March. The employees will get the pink slip in the next days.
Really sad it had to end like this.
juliuswong wrote:"Grounding of Boeing jets contributed to Germania failure - liquidator" - http://www.reuters.com/article/germania ... SL8N21C2TZ
OlafW wrote:juliuswong wrote:"Grounding of Boeing jets contributed to Germania failure - liquidator" - http://www.reuters.com/article/germania ... SL8N21C2TZ
I'd like to see the chain of arguments for that, given that Germania didn't have 737s in their fleet at the time of grounding, let alone MAXs on order. Not even mentioning that the bankruptcy happened before the grounding...
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