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Germany is the land of artists like Albrecht Dürer, musicians like Johann Sebastian Bach or scientists like Albert Einstein. Or do you first think of sausage, sauerkraut, beer and lederhosen when you think of Germany? The Munich Oktoberfest or Neuschwanstein Castle is also a well-known name for many people all over the world.
Who is the real German?
With around 82 million inhabitants, Germany has the largest population of any European country. Many different cultures and compatriots live together in one country. Therefore Germany is said to be very multicultural.
They love to meet and celebrate, both in the traditional style, as during the carnival season, the Oktoberfest and other beer festivals or at music festivals from classical music to rock. But even without the traditional costume the Germans like to have a good time. To round everything off, there is always something good, mostly busy served with the food and the good wine or the refreshing beer must never be missing.
What makes up the nation’s landscape?
Germany is a country rich in natural beauty. Between the North Sea and Baltic Sea coasts north of Germany and the peaks of the Alps in the south, there are very different landscapes. From wide river and lake landscapes to hilly plateaus and wooded areas to agricultural plains and industrial cities. The Zugspitze is with 2.963 meters the highest mountain of Germany and the Rhine with its 865 kilometers the longest river that runs through the country. Germany also has 16 national parks and 104 nature reserves.
Germany as an industrial nation
Strong companies such as Volkswagen, E-on and the Schwarz Group Lidl are settling in Germany and together with many other companies, are turning Germany into an industrial nation. It is not for nothing that Germany is valued for its engineering skills. In particular, the trade in machines strengthens the German economy and contributes to its steady upswing.
Passenger traffic, airlines and private aircraft
223 million passengers were carried at German airports last year. The largest airports include Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Hamburg. In addition to a large number of smaller airports and runways, Germany has around 39 larger airports which take passengers to their destinations every day.
Frankfurt is the busiest airport in Germany. Among other things, since the city is an important commercial center, but the many different airlines automatically offer many different connections and destinations at the same time – which almost attracts holidaymakers. Furthermore, Frankfurt with its super connected main station is a transshipment point to other German cities and neighboring countries in Eastern Europe.
Another well-attended airport in Germany is Stuttgart Airport in Baden-Württemberg. This airport is not only known for scheduled flights, but also for private flights. Would you like to rent a private jet from Stuttgart? No problem! We will be happy to pick you up at Stuttgart airport and take you wherever you want, within Europe. With our new aircraft in our fleet, it is possible for us to reduce your flight costs. Information on prices for a flight in a private jet to Stuttgart can be found with our price calculator. Read our blog about visit Osnabrück with a private air taxi for more travel inspiration.
The German market is not only one of the strongest economies in the world, but also plays a leading role in private air taxi traffic. Among the particularly popular destinations in private jet traffic are, from Germany, the routes to Zurich, Paris, Moscow and London.
Our destinations include Munich, Hamburg and Sylt. If you would like further information on our prices, please use our price calculator or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +49 (0)30 9789 6996.
Fun Facts about Germany
– 65% of the highways in Germany (Autobahn) have no speed limit
– The Christmas tree tradition came from Germany
– Germany has over 400 zoos, the most in the world
– In Germany there’s no punishment for a prisoner who tries to escape from jail, because it is a basic human instinct to be free