Cheapoair says it has created a platform for users to book flights to and from Germany, including the United States.
It’s the first company to offer this service, which could prove to be useful for travelers seeking to book tickets to Germany and other countries in Europe.
Cheapo Air has already started accepting reservations through its website.
Customers who want to book the cheapest fares to Germany can sign up through CheapoAir.com or on the app.
Cheap fares are offered for most major cities, with prices ranging from about $130 to $170.
Cheaper fares have long been available to travelers from Asia and Africa.
Cheapest fares are usually offered at airports in Europe and the United Kingdom, but Cheapo is now launching the service for travelers from Germany.
Cheating passengers are being warned about the possibility of losing their tickets, the airline said.
Cheetahair, the third-largest airline in the world, will begin offering the service in March, the company said.
The app will also be integrated with Cheetabair, which lets users book flights for their friends and family members, or to friends and families overseas.
Cheeteamail, which also offers cheaper fares, announced earlier this month that it would also offer the service, beginning with flights from Munich and Hamburg.
Cheetoair, an airline that operates in several European countries including Spain, Italy and France, launched the service last month.
It has been in operation since 2013 and has been able to reach a broader audience of travelers because of its simplicity, the carrier said.