Hamburg Airport’s new winter flight schedule takes effect from Monday (October 30th) until March 25, 2017. Three new destinations are now available from Hamburg and more airlines are offering flights to eight existing connections. A total of 60 airlines will be flying to 120 destinations meaning an average 38,5000 passengers per day or 270,000 weekly passengers will take off from Hamburg. Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, said: “Hamburg Airport is offering a wide range of flights in co-operation with the airlines this winter as well.”
Ryanair offering daily flights to Milan
Ireland’s low-cost airline, Ryanair, is doubling its operations and will open a new base at Hamburg Airport on November 1. Some 650,000 annual passengers are expected to fly with Ryanair from Hamburg. The airline is operating flights to three new destinations. Since September, the airline has been operating three flights per week to Sofia in Bulgaria from Hamburg. From October 30, the airline will operate daily flights to Milan-Bergamo and two daily flights to London-Stansted from November 1.
Greater choice on eight routes
Eurowings is offering three new flights to existing destinations and will fly to Fuerventura once a week and Tenerife twice weekly from November. From December 17, Eurowings will fly to Salzburg three times per week. Germania airlines is also offering flights to the Canary Islands from October 31 and will fly to Fuerteventura and once a week to La Palma from November 5.
Icelandair offering three flights per week to Reykjavik
Air Berlin is operating five flights per week instead of two previously to Innsbruck in Tyrol. Icelandair is offering the first winter flights from Hamburg to Reykjavik from January 8 and will fly three times per week. Aegean airlines are also operating three flights per week to Athens from Hamburg this winter – similar to its summer schedule.
First glimpses of summer schedule 2017
Blue Air is to offer a flight from Hamburg to Liverpool from March 26th, 2017. The airline will operate a Boeing 737 four times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays on the Liverpool route. Small Planet Airlines and FTI will fly direct from Hamburg to Larnaca in Cyprus once a week from April 7, 2017. The flight complements Germania’s offer to Paphos in southwest Cyprus. Germania will also fly direct once a week to Almeria from May 7, 2017.