A new airline, Albawings, is coming to Hamburg Airport with the 2020 summer timetable. From 30 March 2020, the Albanian airline will fly to Tirana three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For the start of the 2020 summer timetable, Alitalia is opening a scheduled route from Hamburg Airport: From 29 March 2020, the Italian airline will connect Hamburg with Milan Linate airport on a daily flight.
More sustainability and transparency as well as faster and more efficient processes for the companies involved in air freight handling - these are the challenges set by Hamburg Airport, together with a pilot group and the software specialist DAKOSY.
A brand new, redesigned shopping experience now awaits passengers at Hamburg Airport. Several shopping spaces on the Pier and in the Airport Plaza have been remodelled since the beginning of the year. Hamburg’s Gebr. Heinemann have now opened their shop with a fresh product range including new brands and a modern design.
For the start of the 2019 summer timetable, Ryanair is adding two new destinations that, until now, have not been served with direct flights from Hamburg Airport. Yesterday, the airline celebrated its inaugural flight to Zadar on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. The airline now flies there twice a week, every Monday and Friday. Today, the inaugural Ryanair flight to Kraków followed. There will be three flights each week on this route, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
A new airline celebrated its inaugural flight from Hamburg Airport yesterday evening: LEVEL (Anisec). The low-cost brand of International Airlines Group (IAG) is now flying to Vienna six times per week — every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
A redesigned shopping experience awaits passengers at Hamburg Airport from spring 2019. Several shop spaces on the Passenger Pier in the airport’s security-controlled area are being remodelled. Hamburg-based company Gebr. Heinemann is opening its new shops there during March and April, with a fresh range of products, new brands and a modern design.
CAPA – Centre for Aviation, the world’s most trusted source of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry, is pleased to announce Hamburg, Germany as Host of the second annual CAPA Low Cost Long Haul Global Summit.
Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, today expanded the network of destinations served by its highly-popular Airbus flagship aircraft with the launch of the first and only scheduled commercial A380 service into Hamburg.
The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 28 October 2018. It is valid until 30 March 2019. For the 2018/2019 winter season, the airlines are focussing on winter sun destinations, but there are also ski resorts in the timetable.
The cargo-friendly airports will showcase development and restructuring plans at The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) in Toronto, Canada under the slogan “Connect Differently”.
As part of a new terminal plan at Hamburg Airport, several airlines will be changing terminal during the night of 18 to 19 September. As of 19 September, passengers on these airlines can only check in and drop off bags in the respective newly assigned terminal.
Even faster to the Fjords of Norway: Tomorrow, the airline Widerøe will celebrate the inaugural flight of its new direct service from Hamburg to the Norwegian city of Bergen. The route to Bergen will be served three times per week, with flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
The complete range of services at Hamburg Airport is now represented in the FLIO airport app. App users have access to comprehensive benefits. They can, for example, book lounge access, reserve parking spaces or cash in exclusive offers for shops and restaurants.
Hamburg Airport once again bears the title “Best Airport Europe” — a title it already held in 2012 and 2013. Northern Germany’s largest airport prevailed over competitors from all over the continent in the 10-25 million passenger category at the highly regarded ACI Europe Best Airport Awards.
Shopping at Hamburg Airport — even more variety and flexibility The Sulingen-based shoe manufacturer, LLOYD, opened an innovative concept store in the security-controlled area near gate A17 at the end of May.
Hamburg Airport is the first commercial airport in Germany to launch a test phase for the new “Gate Delivery” service: passengers can order snacks and drinks online to be delivered directly to their departure gate.
“Connect differently” is the motto for the joint presence of the Budapest, Düsseldorf and Hamburg airports at this year’s Air Cargo China trade fair, being held as part of Transport Logistic in Shanghai from 16 to 18 May 2018.
Double première at Hamburg Airport: Adria Airways launched a new service to Ljubljana at the start of the 2018 summer timetable. The inaugural flight on the route was officially celebrated today. The Slovenian capital is a completely new destination in Hamburg’s route network and has never before been served directly from Hamburg Airport.
The variety of shopping opportunities at Hamburg Airport continues to grow: On 12 April, 2018, tech2go opened its first German store at Hamburg Airport. In the new shop, passengers can purchase practical electronic accessories from headphones and charging cables to fashionable protective covers and bumpers for smartphones and tablets.
The new summer timetable enters operation at Hamburg Airport on 25 March, 2018. It will be valid until 28 October, 2018. Around 60 airlines fly to 130 destinations. The airlines are focussing their attention for the 2018 summer season on sun and swimming destinations along with major cities throughout Europe.
US carrier United Airlines has now stationed a Boeing 757-200 at “Knuffingen Airport” at Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg. The aircraft has now set off on its maiden flight. The US airline has a close relationship with the city. Since 2005, United has operated a non-stop service from Hamburg to Newark Liberty International Airport. The seasonal daily service will resume on 26 April, 2018.
Hamburg Airport has launched the next generation of airport. With the new, fully automated baggage drop, passengers will benefit from even more independence and flexibility at departure. The aim is to bring passengers to the plane without time-consuming processes.
2017 was a challenging year for Hamburg Airport with strong passenger growth. Passenger figures rose by around 8.6 percent to 17.62 million passengers. More people than ever before used Hamburg Airport for their holiday or business travel.
Skiing and winter holidays are becoming more and more popular with Hamburg passengers. Flights to the three most popular skiing destinations, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Klagenfurt, have carried 45 percent more northern German passengers over the past ten years.
The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 29 October, 2017. It is valid until 24 March, 2018. For the 2017/2018 winter season, the airlines are focusing on winter sun destinations, but there are also ski resorts in the timetable.
Hamburg Airport at the World Routes Conference 2017
Hamburg Airport will be represented at the World Routes Conference in Barcelona from 24 to 26 September, the most important annual meeting platform for airline and airport international route planners. At a joint booth shared with Hamburg Tourism, the airport will be presenting Hamburg as a destination.
From novels and suspense literature to textbooks, travel guides and children’s literature – the new Pocket Shop has just what Hamburg Airport’s passengers are looking for to read on their travels. The Swedish bookseller chain today opened for business as new tenant of Hamburg Airport’s pop-up store.
Hamburg Airport today took stock of 2016 and the view was positive. With a good commercial result, increasing passenger numbers and an optimised service palette, Hamburg Airport confirmed its role as an important economic factor and employer for Hamburg and the metropolitan region
Danish design meets Hanseatic taste: As of now, aficionados of design and lifestyle products will find everything they could ever want in the new Flying Tiger Copenhagen branch store at Hamburg Airport
Hamburg Airport wins the famous Skytrax World Award in the “Best Regional Airport Europe” category for the third time, following victories in 2011 and 2012. Once again, Hamburg’s leading position amongst Europe’s non-hub airports is recognised
Today, Monday, 14 employees at Hamburg Airport’s central security checkpoint complained that they were feeling unwell. Passengers in the same area were not affected. The employees were immediately checked by German Red Cross personnel. The fire service sealed off the area and investigated. Nothing unusual could be determined or identified. Flight operations continued unimpaired whilst these measures were carried out. All flights departed and landed on time.
Impacted flight operations at Hamburg Airport
Currently an incident is under investigation at Hamburg Airport. This impacts flight operations. Passengers are being asked to check the status of their flights with the respective operating airline. Further updates will follow shortly.
Innovation and creativity are the watchwords for Arte Gallery, located in the Airport Plaza at Hamburg Airport. The fine arts gallery and retail store is celebrating its official opening today with a private exhibition for invited guests
Taking out your smartphone to book your flight, review the accommodation, cash in on a discount in the airport shop and then share some holiday snaps with your friends – this is everyday behaviour nowadays.
2016 was a year full of exciting events for Hamburg Airport. New routes and airlines extended the variety of flights available for passengers. And innovative services such as modernised gates and a new airport app made sure that travelling was comfortable. Hamburg Airport is continuing this trend in 2017. Since the start of the year, the airport is offering passengers 24 hours of free WLAN access. The route network will continue to grow.
Today, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has become the first airline to deploy the innovative Bombardier C Series of airliner in Hamburg. Swiss will operate the CS100 on up to four services between Hamburg and Zürich each week in the winter timetable.
In cooperation with Hamburg Wasser, Hamburg Airport is now providing free drinking water to its passengers. At a total of four drinking water dispensers, passengers will be able to quench their thirst or fill their own bottles with chilled water
The range of shopping opportunities at Hamburg Airport continues to grow: Tomorrow, a so-called pop-up store will open in the Airport Plaza, bringing even more variety to the shopping experience at Hamburg Airport
British Airways and Hamburg Airport are today celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the Hamburg-London route. Since 1 September, 1946, passengers from Hamburg and the whole of northern Germany have been able to fly with the premium airline to London every day. Today, there are several flights daily.
As of today, the Hamburg – Antwerp route, so popular with business travellers, returns to Hamburg Airport’s route network. The airline Chalair Aviation will be operating two daily flights between the two important port cities.
After more than two years of construction work, the Hamburg Airport Cargo Center (HACC) will soon be ready to commence operation. Before the official launch, Hamburg Airport is today presenting its new airfreight facility to the public
Hamburg Airport’s portfolio of routes to eastern Europe is being enriched with an attractive new service: From today, the Romanian airline TAROM is operating four weekly flights between Hamburg and Bucharest
Romanian airline Blue Air yesterday celebrated the maiden flight on its new service between Hamburg and Bucharest. There are now two flights per week, on Tuesday and Friday, from Hamburg to the Romanian capital
The new summer timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 27 March, 2016. It is valid until 29 October, 2016. Around 60 airlines fly to 120 destinations. On average, they carry 38,500 passengers per day to and from Hamburg in the summer – around 270,000 passengers every week
With a symbolic hammer stroke, Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, and Senator Frank Horch, Minister for Economic Affairs, Transport and Innovation in the city-state of Hamburg, broke the first piece of concrete on the main apron today, signalling the start of the thorough renewal of the apron.
It’s celebration time at Hamburg Airport: Today, Hamburg Airport and Emirates are looking back at ten successful years since the establishment of the non-stop service between Hamburg and the world city of Dubai
Hamburg Airport’s portfolio of routes to eastern Europe is being enriched with an attractive new service: From 9 May, 2016, the Romanian airline TAROM is operating four weekly flights between Hamburg and Bucharest
The French airline ASL Airlines France is launching three new routes between Hamburg and France from the summer 2016 timetable. Services to the major French cities Marseilles and Lyon will commence on 2 May, 2016, with flights to Bordeaux to follow from 5 May.
After a successful year in 2015, Hamburg Airport has a lot planned for the coming year. Alongside the launch of new routes and further improvements to passenger comfort, Hamburg Airport is also increasing its focus on aircraft noise protection in 2016.
Hamburg Airport is planning the comprehensive renewal of the main apron (Apron 1), with a total surface area of 330,000 square metres. The work is planned for the period 2016–2020. The investment of around 120 million euros is necessary because the concrete surfaces are now between 40 and 60 years old, and their usability will come to an end in the foreseeable future.
United Airlines is expanding its commitment to Hamburg Airport in time for the start of the winter timetable. As of today, United Airlines will be flying even more passengers non-stop between Hamburg and the airline’s New York hub, Newark Liberty International Airport
The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 25 October, 2015. It is valid until 26 March, 2016. Around 60 airlines fly to 120 destinations. On average, they carry 38,500 passengers per day to and from Hamburg in the winter - around 270,000 passengers every week
The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 25 October, 2015. It is valid until 26 March, 2016. Around 60 airlines fly to 120 destinations. On average, they carry 38,500 passengers per day to and from Hamburg in the winter - around 270,000 passengers every week.
Hamburg Airport is getting ready for the future of airfreight with the Hamburg Airport Cargo Center (HACC). This morning, 180 guests celebrated the topping-out ceremony for the approximately 50-million euro construction project.
After more than 13 years as Chairman of the Flughafen Hamburg GmbH Supervisory Board, Dr Klaus-Juergen Juhnke is standing down at the end of September 2015. He will be succeeded by August Wilhelm Henningsen, former Chairman of the Executive Board of Lufthansa Technik AG.
Several hundred returnable deposit bottles end up in the rubbish at Hamburg Airport every day. They are thrown away throughout the terminals, but especially at the security checkpoints because passengers are not allowed to take them on board the aircraft. Hamburg Airport has now installed six transparent containers in the terminals, allowing passengers to donate their deposit bottles.
The travel options from Hamburg just got even more diverse. Hamburg Airport is now offering its very own Travel Specials on the airport website – packages that are not available from any other airport in northern Germany.
Starting from the 2015/16 winter timetable,
which comes into effect on 25 October 2015, United Airlines will be flying even
more passengers non-stop between Hamburg and the airline’s New York hub, Newark
Liberty International Airport.
Hamburg Airport now offers a new service to passengers. Passengers can now print their boarding passes and drop off their baggage with ease at modern check-in and baggage drop kiosks, saving a lot of time.
Hamburg Airport took advantage of the positive economic environment in 2014, making the year into a success. The positive development of the airlines, providing Hamburg with a variety-filled route network, further energised the market.
06.07.2020 Wizz Air is resuming flight operations from Hamburg Airport, just in time for the summer holiday period. Starting at the beginning of July, the airport connects Hamburg with three destinations never before seen in the airport’s timetable: Lwiw, Belgrad und Chişinău.
10.01.2020 A new airline, Albawings, is coming to Hamburg Airport with the 2020 summer timetable. From 30 March 2020, the Albanian airline will fly to Tirana three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
10.12.2019 For the start of the 2020 summer timetable, Alitalia is opening a scheduled route from Hamburg Airport: From 29 March 2020, the Italian airline will connect Hamburg with Milan Linate airport on a daily flight.
30.10.2019 More sustainability and transparency as well as faster and more efficient processes for the companies involved in air freight handling - these are the challenges set by Hamburg Airport, together with a pilot group and the software specialist DAKOSY.
16.10.2019 The airport opened again. The WW2 bomb in Hamburg-Schnelsen was successfully defused. All waiting flights can depart/land from now on. Please keep in contact with your airline regarding your current flight status.
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