German Airline Gets New Base in Hanover

As of April 29, Germanwings, a German low-cost airline, will be basing three aircraft at Hanover-Langenhagen airport, making Hanover Germanwings’ sixth base in Germany.

One of the first destinations for Germanwings out of Hanover will be London Stansted. Germanwings will also be serving 14 other destinations in Europe directly from Hanover, including:

- Stuttgart (two flights per day)
- Vienna (two flights per day)
- Milan (six flights per week)
- Budapest (four flights per week)
- Moscow (four flights per week)
- Palma de Mallorca (four flights per week)
- Rome (four flights per week)
- Barcelona (four flights per week)
- Split (three flights per week)
- Zagreb (three flights per week)
- Bastia (one flight weekly)
- Dubrovnik (one flight weekly)
- Heraklion (one flight weekly), and
- Zadar (one flight weekly)

Travelers can now secure tickets to the new destinations served from Hanover starting at $29, including all taxes, fees and charges.

To coincide with the launch of their operations in Hanover, Germanwings is offering 50,000 tickets for the new routes out of Hanover available at for $29, including all taxes, fees and charges.

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