New airline Sky Alps connecting Hamburg with South Tyrol

Airline to fly to Bolzano twice a week from 16 December
05 November 2021
Sky Alps aircraft

A new airline, Sky Alps will operate a flight from Hamburg to Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol every Thursday and Sunday from December 16, 2021, the airport announced in October. The city is near several ski resorts and marks a new destination in Hamburg' Airport's flight network

Attractive winter holiday destination

"A winter holiday is the highlight of the year for many north Germans. Thus, we are particularly pleased that the world-famous Dolomites will be just under two hours away by plane from December," said Dirk Behrens, Head of Aviation at Hamburg Airport. Bolzano is the perfect starting point for an active holiday in the mountains and offers diverse cultural activities. "That's why the capital of South Tyrol is a real insider tip for anyone looking for a change of pace after a day of sport."

The Italian airline, Sky Alps, dubs itself the "Ambassador of the Alps" and connects Bolzano with cities across Europe. Its regional aircraft can seat up to 78 passengers. Tickets cost from EUR 135 and can be booked on www.skyalps.com/en/ and with Sky Alps Vacations or in travel agencies.
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