Germanwings to boost existing frequencies in 2012

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Cologne-based budget airline Germanwings is growing capacity through greater frequencies on domestic and international routes in its summer 2012 schedule.

The Lufthansa subsidiary will increase the number of flights from Cologne/Bonn to Berlin by around 31% to 46 a week. The number of services from the Rhine city to Dublin, Edinburgh, Prague, Barcelona and Zurich will also be increased.

From Stuttgart, the airline will fly to Berlin 42 times a week instead of 30, up 40%. Flight frequencies from Stuttgart to Budapest and Moscow will be increased too.

Catania in Sicily is to be served more often from Hanover.

In total, Germanwings will offer 10 million additional seats during its next summer schedule.

This includes new routes from different German airports to Pristina in Kosovo, which the airline had revealed earlier this year. Some of these flights will be operated in co-operation with Kosova Airlines.