In the 2017 summer season, Germania will be connecting Dresden, Erfurt-Weimar, Münster/Osnabrück, and Nuremberg to Faro.
This Portuguese town is known as the gateway to the Algarve and offers a range of opportunities for a relaxing holiday to families, sun seekers, and active holidaymakers alike.
“Faro is a travel hotspot: from there you can reach the Atlantic coast, mysterious caves, great beaches, and a cult food stall with the ‘last bratwurst before America’. All in all, it’s a location defined by vastness and a feeling of longing”, said Claus Altenburg, Director of Sales at Germania Fluggesellschaft, at the season opening. “We are excited to develop Faro as a new destination and recommend a trip to the hinterland.”
The airline with the green and white livery started flying twice a week from Dresden (Thursdays and Sundays) to the southern Portuguese town on the 30th March 2017. Direct flights will be offered from Erfurt-Weimar starting in April and from Nuremburg starting in May on Thursdays and Sundays. Monday flights from Münster/Osnabrück to the Algarve will start in May, while a second connection on Thursdays will be added in mid-June.
Germania is an independent, German airline with over 30 years of company history. The airline with the green and white logo flies over 2.8 million passengers a year on short- and medium-haul flights. Germania offers routes from 20 airports in Europe to more than 55 destinations on the continent, North Africa, and the Middle East.