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News on the latest developments at Hamburg Airport

16 in 16 - Hamburg Airport passes 16 million passengers for the first time


Hamburg Airport welcomed its 16-millionth passenger today. This is the first time in the airport's 105-year history that it has surpassed the 16 million passenger mark. The 16-millionth passenger was Julia Erkes-Barialai from Hamburg, travelling with her husband Roshan and her daughters Lina (4 years) and Frida (2 years) to Naples with easyJet. Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, and Alexandra Stoepfer, Head of Station for easyJet at Hamburg Airport, were on hand this afternoon to welcome the jubilee passenger.



Hamburg Airport presents 2016/17 winter timetable


The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 30 October, 2016. It is valid until 25 March, 2017. Around 60 airlines fly to 120 destinations. On average, they carry 38,500 passengers per day to and from Hamburg in the winter - around 270,000 passengers every week. In the 2016/2017 winter season, once again, the airlines are focussing on sun, ski and city breaks along with business destinations. Three completely new destinations are being added to Hamburg's route network: Sofia, Milan Bergamo and London Stansted. On another eight routes, passengers will now have the choice of additional airlines.



Hamburg Airport offering drinking water to passengers free of charge


In cooperation with Hamburg Wasser, Hamburg Airport is now providing free drinking water to its passengers. At a total of four drinking water dispensers, passengers will be able to quench their thirst or fill their own bottles with chilled water. Two water dispensers are located in the airport's security-controlled area, near the gates in the northern and southern passenger pier. Two further water dispensers have been installed in the baggage reclaim area.





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