Seven new direct destinations from Hamburg Airport
Hamburg Airport will operate direct flights to seven new destinations including Kutaisi in Georgia, Nador in Morocco as well as Graz in Austria until October 28, 2023. The airport is resuming flights to Malta, Tunis, Geneva and Bergen.
Non-stop to Graz, Nador and Kutaissi
Eurowings will fly non-stop to Graz on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from May 5 and to Nador on Wednesdays from July 5. Hungary’s Wizz Air will fly to Kutaisi on Mondays and Fridays from June 2.
Geneva, Bergen, Malta and Tunis return to network
Swiss Air resumed direct flights from Hamburg to Geneva four times a week on March 26. Meanwhile, Norway's Widerøe airline is gearing up to resume flights to Bergen four times a week from early June. Eurowings will operate flights to Malta every Sunday from May 14. Direct flights from Hamburg to Tunis will resume every Tuesday from July to September.
More destinations in sunny south
More flights will be operated to sunny destinations in Spain, Portugal and Italy. Condor will take off to Malaga twice a week from April 1 and four times a week from June. Vueling will fly direct to the port city of Bilbao twice a week from July 3. Marabu Airlines, Condor's partner airline, will operate three flights a week to Faro in Portugal from May 13. The airline will also operate one of four additional connections to Rome from May 27.
Flights to Serbia, Iceland, Norway and Turkey
Flights to Belgrade will be operated three times a week from May 15. Direct flights to the Icelandic capital, Reykjavík, will be operated three times a week and twice a week to Oslo in Norway from Easter. This summer, several daily flights from Antalya and Istanbul will be added to Hamburg Airport’s routes. Condor will fly daily to Antalya from May and Turkish airline Sun Express will offer weekly flights to Ankara and Adana from July to September.