Tornos News — The Hanseatic city of Rostock on the Baltic Sea can look forward to a new route to the Mediterranean.
As Airport Rostock-Laage announced on Friday, Berlin based Germania airline will connect the city in northern Germany city once a week with the Greek island of Crete.
The route will be executed from now until October 21, every Friday on a Airbus A312 tat can accommodate 112 passengers.
The first flight ST3904 was launched on Friday 3 June at 14:55 from Rostock and reached Heraklion Airport at 19:15 (all times local).
From Heraklion, service is carried out on Fridays at 11:30 and landing at Airport Laage in Rostock is scheduled for 14:05.
In addition, the airline connects the northern German Airport three times a week with Palma de Mallorca, twice weekly with Antalya on the Turkish Riviera and once with the Greek island of Rhodes and Varna in Bulgaria.