Just 80 minutes to Lake Constance: the Danish regional airline, SUN-AIR, returned to Hamburg Airport this week with two daily flights to Friedrichshafen. SUN-AIR has been active in regional air transport for 40 years, and has been a British Airways (BA) franchise partner since August 1996. All flights are operated under BA flight numbers, and the aircraft bear British Airways livery.
SUN-AIR is serving the Friedrichshafen route twice daily since Monday as a morning and evening service. “The ideal flight times make this an efficient connection between Hamburg and the four-countries region, especially for our many business travellers,” says Dr Joergen Kearsley, Director Aviation Marketing at Hamburg Airport. “But Friedrichshafen is also an ideal starting point for leisure trips to Lake Constance and the nearby skiing regions. I am thrilled to have SUN-AIR bring this important connection back to our route network.”
“We are very pleased to be back in Hamburg and we are convinced our new service to Friedrichshafen will be successful based on the forward bookings,” says Kristian Tvergaard, Commercial Director at SUN-AIR.
The route is being operated with 32-seat Dornier 328 jets. On-board service is aligned with business class, reflected in the snack and drinks offered.
SUN-AIR: Reliable partner of British Airways
Tickets on the SUN-AIR service to Friedrichshafen can be booked on the British Airways website, www.ba.com, and at travel agents in all reservation systems. Flights start at 199 euros. Important information for passengers: For online check-in, use the British Airways website. You may also use the British Airways Executive Club frequent flyer programme.
SUN-AIR was established as a regional airline in Billund, Denmark in 1978. The airline has 230 employees and owns 25 aircraft, including 16 Dornier 328 jets.