Low cost airline Germanwings has added three new routes to its summer 2009 schedule.
The first will be a flight from Berlin, Germany to the coastal city of Zadar in Croatia.
Germanwings will also launch flights from the German capital to Bastia in Corsica.
The carrier’s final route will be an internal service with flights between Stuttgart and Rostock.
Germanwings is currently the subject of merger talks among several high-profile carriers.
The German cheap flights carrier could soon find itself merged with Condor and TUIFly if the talks are successful.
Speculation surrounding the future of the airline has been rife since discussions between Thomas Cook, Lufthansa and TUI got underway at the end of last month.
These talks follow the collapse of a similar joint venture that was being pursued by Thomas Cook’s airline Condor and Air Berlin in July.
Analysts have suggested that, due to low confidence and a spate of bankruptcies, the airline industry will see a lot of mergers as carriers attempt to consolidate their services to save money.