Berlin Tegel-based Germania will stop operating scheduled services during the winter schedule and maintain only its charter and wet-lease operations. It also will phase out its remaining eight F100s; it already had removed 11 from the fleet. Its network currently comprises 12 destinations. It transported 4 million passengers last year and also operates four 737-300s and eight 737-700s. An additional two -700s and four -300s are on dry lease to other airlines.
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