Hamburg Airport: 2018 summer timetable
The new summer timetable enters operation at Hamburg Airport on 25 March, 2018. It will be valid until 28 October, 2018. Around 60 airlines fly to 130 destinations. The airlines are focussing their attention for the 2017 summer season on sun and swimming destinations along with major cities throughout Europe. Eight completely new destinations are joining Hamburg’s route network: Ljubljana, Zakynthos, Jersey, Trieste, Bilbao, Kayseri, Samos and Bergen. On another eight routes, passengers will now have the choice of additional airlines.
New destinations in Hamburg Airport’s route network
A total of eight completely new routes are extending Hamburg’s route network beginning with the 2018 summer season.
New services to existing destinations
In addition to the completely new destinations, the choice for passengers is growing on eight routes as additional airlines add services to these popular destinations.
Increased frequencies on popular routes
Condor is flying even more frequently to the island of Hamburg passengers, Mallorca, with up to two daily flights to Palma de Mallorca instead of the current single daily flight. SWISS is also boosting its capacity to Zurich, going from four to up to six flights per day to the Swiss metropolis.
Aegean Airlines is increasing the frequency of flights to Athens during the summer season, going from four to six flights per week, almost completely compensating for the loss of easyJet capacity on the route. The new service to Nantes, launched by HOP Air France this winter, will be boosted from three to up to six flights per week. And British airline flybe is going from four to six flights per week on its Birmingham service.
easyJet continuing to operate from Hamburg Airport
The low-cost will offer a wide range of routes from Hamburg Airport in the 2018 summer timetable. After the base closes at the end of March 2018, the airline will continue to operate a total of nine routes to and from Hamburg.
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