Hamburg Airport has announced a new, direct daily flight to Istanbul with Turkey’s Atlasglobal airline from July 1st. Istanbul is the tranfer hub to several destinations within Turkey and for connecting, international flights to destinations such as Doha, Kuwati and Tbilisi. Passengers from Hamburg can fly to 21 destinations from Istanbul.
New connections now on offer
On average, around 42,800 travellers passed through Hamburg Airport every day in 2015. Air Serbia began Wednesday (June 15) offering four weekly flights to Belgrade. Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, said: “Belgrade is a destination that has not been offered directly from Hamburg for a long time. This adds to the diversity of our route network and strengthens our extensive offer to Eastern Europe.” Hamburg Airport’s summer flight schedule has added 11 new destinations including five in Eastern Europe.
More new routes
On June 3, Germania began offering a new, twice-weekly flight to Gazipaşa on Turkey’s Mediterranean Coast from Hamburg. This year’s new airport schedule has around 60 airlines and 120 destinations.