Seville and Nantes became the latest destinations in Hamburg Airport’s network effective from October 31-March 24, 2018 as airlines are offering flights to sunny places and ski resorts this winter, a press release said Thursday. Dr. Jörgen Kearsley, Manager of Aviation Marketing at Hamburg Airport, noted: “Our passengers have different demands on their favourite winter holidays. Some look for snow and ski slopes, others like to escape winter in Hamburg and head for the sun.”
Ryanair and Air France flying to new destinations
Ryanair is operating two flights to Seville every week while HOP!, a subsidiary of Air France, is flying to Nantes three times a week from Hamburg. Passengers can now choose from seven extra connections offered by airlines.
More frequency on popular routes
Aer Lingus is also operating ten weekly flights instead of four from Hamburg to Dublin. Ryanair will also offer daily flights to Dublin instead of four times weekly. This winter, Ryanair is operating four instead of three weekly connections to Malaga while Iberia will operate a daily flight to Madrid from December instead of four times weekly.
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