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Hamburg Airport investing in personnel, digitalisation and infrastructure
Hamburg Airport today presented its balance sheet for the 2018 financial year. The challenges of the summer and the slight decrease in passenger figures shaped the past year. In 2018, the airport was focused on passengers: with optimised infrastructure, modernised security checkpoints and new self-bag-drop kiosks, Hamburg Airport invested in even more efficiency and comfort. At the same time, there are even more personnel available on-site to assist passengers.
Ryanair celebrates inaugural flights from Hamburg to Zadar and Kraków
For the start of the 2019 summer timetable, Ryanair is adding two new destinations that, until now, have not been served with direct flights from Hamburg Airport. Yesterday, the airline celebrated its inaugural flight to Zadar on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. The airline now flies there twice a week, every Monday and Friday. Today, the inaugural Ryanair flight to Kraków followed. There will be three flights each week on this route, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
New airline in Hamburg: LEVEL celebrates inaugural flight to Vienna
A new airline celebrated its inaugural flight from Hamburg Airport yesterday evening: LEVEL (Anisec). The low-cost brand of International Airlines Group (IAG) is now flying to Vienna six times per week — every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. This schedule makes the service equally attractive for both business and private passengers. The route is being operated with 180-seat A320 aircraft.
Your Aviation Marketing team regularly compiles current developments in the Hamburg Airport route network.
|Air France||Paris||A318/319||5x daily||Mar. 31, 2019||1 additional daily frequency|
|Level||Vienna||A321||6x weekly||Mar 31, 2019||new airline!|
|Austrian Airlines||Vienna||A320||up to 6x daily||Apr. 1, 2019||up to 2 additional daily frequencies|
|Ryanair||Zadar||B738||2x weekly||Apr. 1, 2019|
|Ryanair||Krakow||B738||3x weekly||Apr. 2, 2019|
|Corendon||Heraklion||B737||2x weekly||Apr. 27, 2019|
|Eurowings||Jerez de la Frontera||B738||1x weekly||Apr. 28, 2019|
|Condor||Olbia||A320||2x weekly||May 1, 2019|
|Condor||Kalamata||A320||1x weekly||May 3, 2019||new destination!|
|Condor||Olbia||A320||2x weekly||May 4, 2019|
|TUIfly||Kos||B738||2x weekly||May 13, 2019||1 additional frequency|
|Eurowings||Bodrum||A319||1x weekly||May 31, 2019|
|Eurowings||Adana||A319||1x weekly||Jun. 1, 2019|
|Corendon||Izmir||B738||2x weekly||Jun. 1, 2019|
|Eurowings||Ankara||A319||1x weekly||Jun. 2, 2019|
|Sunexpress||Burgas||B738||1x weekly||Jun. 5, 2019|
|Wizz||Varna||A320||2x weekly||Jul. 16, 2019|
|Eurowings||Oslo||A320||daily||Oct. 27, 2019|
|Ryanair||Gdansk||B737||3x weekly||Oct. 27, 2019|
|Level||Vienna||A320||9x weekly||Oct. 28, 2019||6 additional frequencies|
|Corendon Airlines||Hurghada||B737||2x weekly||Nov. 7, 2019|
|Eurowings||Budapest||A319||up to twice daily||Mar. 26, 2020||4 additional frequencies|
|Wizz||Kutaisi||A320||2x weekly||Jul. 3, 2020|
As we monitor and observe the market, we often come across studies and presentations on current developments and trends in the industry. We would love to share these with you and hope you will also find them useful for your work.
Air Transport Data 2018
ENAC and DSNA Services just introduced a brand new publication, showing the latest statistics from the civil aviation industry. It contains facts and figures about world airport traffic, airline fleets and much more data extracted from their large database.
Route launches 2018
According to anna.aero’s New Routes Database, airlines launched 3,765 new scheduled services around the globe during the calendar year 2018, representing a 6.8% increase on the previous year. Read anna.aero's detailed analysis and split by carriers, airports and markets.
Aviation outlook: nine industry predictions for 2019
What will the year ahead have in store for the commercial aviation industry? From further consolidation in Europe to a shake-up of global airline alliances, Nigel Mayes from leading consultancy ASM casts his eye on what might shape the aviation world in 2019.
"Above average importance" of aviation for Hamburg
Aviation is of “above-average” importance for Hamburg’s economy as the third largest civil aviation location in the world, according a new study by the VDI/VDE Institute for Innovation and Technology (iit) and the Hamburg Aviation cluster. The survey provides extensive figures on employment, value creation and innovative aviation activities across the Hamburg Metropolitan Region. Apart from “anchoring companies” like Airbus, Lufthansa Technik, Hamburg Airport, research institutions, start-ups and universities help drive the industry ahead.
Airbus launches Xtra long range A321neo "Made in Hamburg"
Airbus launched Monday (June 17, 2019) the A321XLR (extra-long-range) jet as the latest addition to its best-selling A320neo family at the Paris Air Show underway in Le Bourget until June 23, 2019. The A321XLR has a range of 4,700 nautical miles and will be flown as a single-aisle aircraft on longer and less frequented routes between Europe and North America, when it launches on the market in 2023. Models of the aircraft type will be painted and the cabins fitted in Hamburg before being delivered to customers in Europe and the Middle East. Airbus is also celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
26,000 flock to Rotary International Convention in Hamburg
The five-day Rotary International Congress Wednesday (June 5, 2019) in Hamburg’s Trade Fair Centre after delegate numbers topped the 26,000 mark with guests from 170 countries, 35 keynotes, 98 breakout sessions and over 200 humanitarian projects. The convention proved the largest congress in the history of Hamburg’s Trade Fair, according to the Northern German Broadcasting company NDR. Holger Knaack, who hails from the Hamburg Metropolitan Region, became the first German national to be appointed president of Rotary International and will take office in 2020/21. Rotary’s worldwide community consists of more than 1.2 million honorary members.
Events in and around Hamburg
China meets Hamburg: CHINA TIME and Hamburg Summit
With a diverse and spectacular program, Hamburg will present the rich tradition and the modern connections linking the city with China. Visitors will receive insights into Chinese culture and society as well as the Chinese economy. And the Hamburg Summit: "China meets Europe", just a few months later, is the most important platform for Chinese-European dialogue.
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4 July, 2020
This colourful festival of 70ies music has become a real cult and is expecting to see about half a million participants.
ITU World Triathlon
11-12 July, 2020
The Hamburg Triathlon has been a mainstay of the triathlon calendar for pros and amateurs alike since 2002, when it was accepted into the Triathlon ITU World Championship Series, thus joining an exclusive circle of eight iconic venues around the globe.
Christopher Street Day
1 August, 2020
Pride week with a three-day street festival in city center. The parade on the closing weekend, which was attended by 180,000 people last year, marks the highlight of this colourful event.
Wacken Open Air
30 Jul. - 1 Aug., 2020
Wacken Open Air (W:O:A) is a summer open-air heavy metal music festival with approx. 90,000 annual visitors.The international festival has a unique rate of foreigners of over 30%, with up to 10% non-Europeans, from about 30-40 different countries all around the world. Many metal fans travel around half the globe just to stand on cow meadows before stages of Wacken in the middle of nowhere 80 km northwest of Hamburg.
Meet us at these events
We organise interesting events for you to get to know our services better all year round. These are labeled HAMevents in the list below, which also includes aviation industry events we are attending.
21-24 September, 2019, Adelaide (Australia)
The World Route Development Forum is the largest global event of its kind, determining the future of air services. If you would like to meet us there, please feel free to arrange a meeting via Routes Scheduling.
IATA Schedules Conference
12-15 November, 2019, Brisbane (Australia)
The purpose of this voluntary assembly of both IATA and non-IATA airlines worldwide is to provide a forum for the allocation of slots. Hamburg Airport traditionally has a booth in the exhibition area of this conference. We would be delighted to meet you there. Please use the IATA scheduling tool to arrange a meeting.
Hamburg Op'n Swutsch
tba, Hamburg (Germany)
The Aviation Marketing Team invites you to network with Hamburg Airport and other industry colleagues. After a nice evening meal we will go "Op'n Swutsch" - go out on the town and enjoy Hamburg's nightlife.