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BERLIN, December 12 (Itar-Tass) - German airlines Germania has launched direct flights Moscow-Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden from Domodedovo airport, the company’s proxy told Itar-Tass Thursday.
The new route complements the Moscow-Bremen flight that Germania has been offering since last May. According to the company, direct flights will be a great convenience not only to holiday-makers, but also entrepreneurs as they will have faster access to major economic and trade regions of the Federal Republic.
Moreover, last week Germania launched the flight Moscow/Domodedovo - Leipzig/Halle.
The operations of the airline with headquarters in Berlin are divided in three segments: liner passenger service to certain European and Middle East regions, charter flights to Europe and Northern Africa for tour operators, and leasing. The airline’s flight network now includes 50 destinations all over the world. The main departure airports are in Berlin, Bremen, Dsseldorf, Erfurt/Weimar and Munich.