Around 70 airlines will fly to around 140 destinations as part of Hamburg Airport’s summer timetable 2019, a press release said Tuesday (March 25, 2019). Passenger numbers are expected to top the 380,000-mark on 3,000 flights per week – a rise of 3 per cent over the 2018 summer flight schedule. The three new destinations of Zadar in Croatia, Kraków in Poland and Kalamata in Greece have been added to Hamburg’s route network. Additional airlines will be offering more connections to another ten destinations.
Commenting on the new timetable, Katja Bromm, Press Officer at Hamburg Airport, said: “More flights, more destinations and more variety – I’m sure that our new summer programme will be well received by north Germans.” Ireland’s Ryanair will fly to Zadar on the Adriatic coast from April 1, 2019 and will launch a new connection to Kraków on April 2, 2019. Condor will operate a regular flight to Kalamata, the second most populous city on Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula, from May 3, 2019.
New links to existing destinations
More connections to existing destinations such as Paris and Vienna are being added this summer. Spain’s new Level airline will start operating at Hamburg Airport and will fly a 180-seat A320 aircraft to Vienna six times per week (Monday to Friday and Sunday). More frequent flights to Crete, Bulgaria as well as Antalya, Izmir and Ankara in Turkey will be on offer. The summer timetable is effective from March 31-October 26, 2019.
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