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Flights to Hamburg

Hamburg is a port city on the River Elbe, between Europe and Scandinavia, and near both the Baltic and North Seas. It is the second largest city in Germany, and a major regional center for business, science, and education, as well as tourism. Flights to Hamburg are served by Hamburg Airport, the oldest airport in Germany that is still in operation, and a major international air travel hub. With its unique location, Hamburg Airport serves as a gateway to both Scandinavian and European destinations.

Which is the main airport in Hamburg?

Hamburg Airpot (HAM) is called Flughafen Hamburg in German, and has been known officially as Hamburg Airport Helmut Schmidt since 2017. It is the main, and only, international airport in the city of 1.8 million. Hamburg Airport is located just over 5 miles north of the city center, serving more than 17 million passengers each year.

Which airlines offer flights to Hamburg?

Hamburg Airport is a hub for Eurowings, and a major center for Ryanair, Condor, and TUI fly Deutschland. Direct flights to Hamburg Airport connect with more than 130 destinations in Europe and Scandinavia, as well as long haul flights to Dubai, Tabriz, and Tehran. The airport is equipped for wide-body aircrafts, and because of its size and location, many other airlines may provide services to Hamburg with one connecting flight, depending on departure location. These may include Air France, Finnair, Swiss Air, Lufthansa, KLM, and others.

Why travel by plane to Hamburg?

There are many convenient flights to the city from Paris, London, and many other cities throughout Europe. As a regional center in northern Germany, Hamburg is a transportation hub, as well as a tourist destination in its own right. Air travel is the quickest and most convenient way to visit Hamburg, and connect to northern Europe and Scandinavia.

Before you travel to Hamburg by plane - good to know!

Hamburg was an independent city state in the Middle Ages, and today is a center for culture and the arts. It has one of the world's largest harbors, with tours of the waterfront which is a popular tourist attraction. The city is also famous for its Reeperbahn, Europe's largest red light district. The city is located on a hub of four major highways (Autobahn) and rail lines, with major rail traffic to and from Scandinavia. There is public transportation available by rail, bus, and ship.

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