Formed and started operations in 2011. Formerly Flynext. Re-branded as Germania Express in May 2012. Domestic, regional & international, charter, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
Berlin Schonefeld Airport
July 2011: Flynext (LTO) is formed as a new German charter operator owned by former (DBA), Eurowings (EWG) and (LTU) International Airways owner, Hans-Rudolf Wohrl. (LTO) launches operations with 2 A319-112s, Germania (GER) wet-leased.
(IATA) Code: L3. (ICAO) Code: LTO.
February 2012: Hans-Rudolf Worhl sold Flynext (LTO) to Germania (GER).
April 2012: Gambia Bird (GMQ) is planning to launch operations later this summer as a joint venture (JV) between the Gambian government and Flynext (LTO). The new airline plans to initially serve Conakry G'bessia International (CKY) Dakar Yoff-Léopold Sédar Senghor International (DKR), Freetown Lungi International (FNA), Lagos Murtala Muhammad (LOS) airports from Banjul with an A319-112 operated by Flynext (LTO) as well as destinations in Spain and the UK where it will also cooperate with tour operators.
May 2012: Flynext is rebranded as Germania Express (LTO) on July 1 to better reflect its main business, which currently is wet-lease operations on behalf of sister carrier, Germania (GER) with two A319-112s.