Germania's fleet consists of 7 Boeing 737-300 and 7 Boeing 737-700.
Germania's story began in 1978, when three Caravelle aircraft were used for holiday flights. The company was at first based in Cologne-Bonn. After Germany's reunification, the airline tried to move its base to Berlin-Schönefeld. Due to Brandenburg's regional conditions however, this attempt failed and the company moved its base to Tegel airport.
In 1992, Germania was known as the so-called official shuttle for civil servants between Berlin-Tegel and Cologne Bonn. This was operated solely by Germania, until in 1996 the Deutsche BA, which has since merged with Air Berlin, began to participate. As Germania leases many of its machines and employees to several other companies, few flights have actually been operated under the Germania logo in recent years. This changed with the onset of the summer timetable 2008, when an increasing number of flights were operated to the Mediterranean under its own logo.
From Berlin, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Basel, flights are operate to Pristina, Skopje and Bari . Destinations in the Middle East include Aleppo, Damascus and Beirut.