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News on the latest developments at Hamburg Airport

Hamburg Airport presents 2018/19 winter timetable


The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 28 October 2018. It is valid until 30 March 2019. For the 2018/2019 winter season, the airlines are focussing on winter sun destinations, but there are also ski resorts in the timetable. Two destinations, Agadir and Friedrichshafen, are returning to Hamburg’s route network. On another seven routes, passengers will now have the choice of additional airlines. A total of around 60 airlines fly from Hamburg to approximately 140 destinations.


New allocation of airlines to Terminals 1 and 2


As part of a new terminal plan at Hamburg Airport, several airlines will be changing terminal during the night of 18 to 19 September. As of 19 September, passengers on these airlines can only check in and drop off bags in the respective newly assigned terminal. Passengers are requested to find out in advance which terminal their airline is using, and to travel to the airport early enough to find their way.


Widerøe celebrates inaugural flight between Hamburg and Bergen


Even faster to the Fjords of Norway: On 14 August, the airline Widerøe celebrated the inaugural flight of its new direct service from Hamburg to the Norwegian city of Bergen. The route to Bergen will be served three times per week, with flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Modern, 114-seat Embraer E-190-E2 airliners are being used on the route. Widerøe was the world’s first airline to incorporate this model into its fleet. And in another first, this is Widerøe’s debut at Hamburg Airport.




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