50 airlines, 115 destinations from Hamburg Airport in summer
Hamburg Airport's summer timetable effective from Sunday (March 27, 2022) features three new routes and are among 115 destinations to be serviced by a total of 50 airlines. More seats will be available for passengers to popular destinations such as Turkey and Greece
Trendy southern destinations bounce back
Hamburg Airport expressed cautious optimism in January about forecasts for 2022. Airlines intend to significantly increase their services to popular destinations in Spain, Turkey and Greece this summer. The same number of weekly passengers will be able to travel to Spain as in 2019 before the pandemic.
Three new destinations
ITA Airways will operate daily flights to Milan Linate Airport from March 27. The airport iis popular among business travellers as it is near central Milan. Eurowings will operate new flights from Hamburg to Bilbao every Monday and Friday from April 4 while Turkish Airlines is offering a weekly flight to the Turkish province of Ordu in time for summer holidays.
Göteborg, Verona, Tel Aviv and Paphos return to flight schedule
Four destinations are returning to Hamburg's route network and from mid-April, passengers will be able to fly from Hamburg to Verona with Eurowings. A direct flight from Hamburg to Gothenburg on four days per week will resume after a long break. Tus Airways will offer a weekly flight from Hamburg to Paphos on Cyprus from May 27. A new airline, Tel Aviv Air, recently began scheduled services from Hamburg and will fly to Tel Aviv every Thursday and Sunday this summer.
More flights to existing destinations
Existing services will be expanded on five routes and Eurowings will fly to Alicante on the Costa Blanca and to Lisbon and Porto. The airline also plans to fly to Crete's second-largest airport (Chania) from late April. The new Flyr airline will offer a regular flight from Hamburg to Oslo beginnng on August 15, 2022.