EasyJet is offering rescue flights to passengers affected by the failure of Berlin-based leisure carrier Germania.

The flights are being provided for a one-way fee of €110 to the German capital from ten destinations in the Canary Islands, Majorca, Cyprus, Hurghada and Tel Aviv and are valid for 14 days for bookings made until March 4

“We’re sorry to hear the news about Germania and would like to offer our help to their customers home,” the UK-based budget airline said.

“Germania customers who are unable to return home can transfer onto any of the easyJet flights listed.”

Eurowings is also offering discounted tickets to Germania passengers stranded abroad.

All Germania flights were grounded as the airline filed for insolvency.

The carrier blamed soaring fuel costs, the weakening of the value of the euro, aircraft maintenance and delayed deliveries.

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