Three times the sea for holidaymakers

Germanwings adds flights from Berlin-Schoenefeld to Varna, Burgas and Mykonos to its schedule
Sun, sand, sea and summer – starting this weekend, Germanwings will be flying to three new holiday destinations from Berlin-Schoenefeld.

On Saturday, 19 May 2007, the first Germanwings flight will take off for Varna in Bulgaria. The airline will operate flights to the city on the Black Sea Coast every Saturday.

Starting on 20 May, Germanwings will be operating flights every Sunday on the Berlin-Burgas route. Bulgaria's fourth-largest city is also situated on the Black Sea Coast. The flight duration to Burgas and Varna is just over two hours.

Starting on 20 May 2007, the low-cost airline will be flying holidaymakers to the Greek island Mykonos. Every Sunday, planes will take off for the three-hour flight to the Mediterranean.

The German capital is a key base for Germanwings, says Thomas Winkelmann, CEO of Gemanwings: "By expanding our offerings from Schoenefeld, we are underlining our commitment in Berlin. We are certain that the new destinations will really take off with the people of Berlin."

All three connections will be on offer until early October. Tickets can be booked directly at Germanwings at or by calling 0900 1919 100 (99 cent/min.).

Spokesman Lars Wagner

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