Hamburg Airport expands winter flight schedule
Hamburg Airport has added considerably more flights to its schedule this winter schedule over 2020. Around 50 airlines are flying direct to 90 destinations including sunny climes like the Canary Islands, Egypt and Turkey as well as ski regions across Europe from October 31, 2021.
Airlines expand services
"The airlines are responding to the increased demand and have expanded their flight offers over the previous year," said Dirk Behrens, Head of Aviation at Hamburg Airport. "Many airlines have increased their connections to popular destinations. Our passengers can reach the most important destinations in Europe quickly and conveniently."
New winter sports destinations
Ski lovers can now fly to Bolzano (South Tyrol), Banja-Luka and Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) from Hamburg. Starting points like Salzburg, Innsbruck, Munich, Zurich, Vienna and Oslo for a holiday on the slopes can also be reached directly from Hamburg this winter.
Air Cairo is offering sun lovers two more weekly flights to Hurghada in Egypt from Hamburg while Tel Aviv Air is launching a new connection to Tel Aviv. Eurowings is operating a new flight to Beirut in Lebanon and Turkish Airlines will now serve two airports in Istanbul. Emirates is operating its flagship Airbus A380 on a daily Hamburg-Dubai route after resuming operations from Hamburg.