The Spanish low-cost airline is back in Germany with passenger flights open to the public: a non-stop connection between Cagliari and Hanover was launched at the weekend.
The carrier never completely disappeared from Germany, because it operates shuttle flights between Hamburg-Finkenwerder and Toulouse on behalf of Airbus. These are not open to the public, but are intended exclusively for employees of the European aircraft manufacturer.
Hanover is currently the only destination that Volotea offers in Germany for everyone. In the course of the corona pandemic, they withdrew from the Federal Republic and are now starting a small comeback in the trade fair city.
The airport fire brigade greeted the first aircraft yesterday evening with a water fountain. Peer Zeise (Head of Sales Airlines at Hannover Airport) welcomed the crew of flight VOE1267.