Germanwings has revealed plans for a number of new Hamburg routes additional to the services it is taking over from parent Lufthansa's mainline carrier.
Starting 30 March, Germanwings will operate thrice-weekly flights between the port city and Rome.
Prague is to be served five times a week during the summer schedule, says the budget carrier.
Germanwings will also conduct on a weekly basis three flights to Greece’s second city Thessaloniki, two services to Rijeka in Serbia, and four flights to Toulouse.
Austria's Klagenfurt is to be served twice-weekly.
The new routes have been revealed after UK low-cost EasyJet disclosed in September plans to open a new base in Hamburg.
Lufthansa is reducing its presence in Germany’s second largest city.