Berlin – Tel Aviv: Germania launches new route in November


Germania will link Berlin and Tel Aviv during the current winter season. From 10 November 2017, the airline’s green and white aircraft will be operating three weekly flights between the German capital and the Israeli seaside metropolis. The airline is using the opportunity of an overnight service where its aircraft take off from Berlin-Tegel in the evening and arrive in Tel Aviv at night. This means that the return flight from Tel Aviv lands in Berlin-Tegel in perfect time for a leisurely breakfast at the Gendarmenmarkt or Kurfürstendamm.

We are delighted that we are the only airline to operate these flights nonstop from Berlin-Tegel, while also delivering a quality product with our complimentary onboard service,” said Claus Altenburg, Director Sales at Germania Fluggesellschaft, when the new route was announced. “We are steadily developing Tel Aviv as a destination, which is why we are currently seeking additional days of operation. Germania has plans to offer daily flights from the German capital in summer 2018.”

Since 2015, Germania has been flying to this major Israeli city from Hamburg and Dusseldorf. On 2 November 2017 the airline will also start a nonstop service from Nuremberg, which will be operated on a year-round basis. Consequently, travellers from Germany will then have a choice of 11 green and white flights a week to Tel Aviv.

Flights are available from just 79 euros one way. Tickets can be purchased at or by phoning +49 30 610 818 000 (standard landline charges apply to calls from German landlines, mobile phone charges may vary) and at selected travel agents. The checked baggage allowance on Germania flights to Tel Aviv is 25 kg. All prices quoted include tax and fees, as well as the legally-required air travel surcharge.
All Germania flight options to Tel Aviv are shown below.

BERLIN – 26 October 2017


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