Starting from now until October 28, 2023, Hamburg Airport will offer direct flights to seven new destinations, including Kutaisi in Georgia, Nador in Morocco, and Graz in Austria. Furthermore, flights to Malta, Tunis, Geneva, and Bergen, which had been suspended, will resume.
Geneva flights are resumed
Swiss Air has resumed direct flights from Hamburg to Geneva four times per week, beginning March 26. Furthermore, Widerøe airline, based in Norway, will resume flights to Bergen four times per week from early June. Eurowings will offer flights to Malta every Sunday starting May 14. Finally, direct flights from Hamburg to Tunis will resume every Tuesday from July to September.
From Hamburg to Spain, Portugal and Italy
Additional flights to sunny destinations in Spain, Portugal, and Italy will be available. Starting April 1, Condor will fly to Malaga twice a week and increase to four times a week from June.
Beginning July 3, Vueling will offer direct flights twice a week to Bilbao, a port city in northern Spain. Marabu Airlines, Condor’s partner airline, will provide three flights per week to Faro, Portugal starting May 13. Furthermore, starting May 27, Marabu Airlines will operate one out of four additional connections to Rome.
From Hamburg to Serbia, Norway and Turkey
Starting May 15, there will be three flights per week from Hamburg to Belgrade. Three weekly direct flights to Reykjavík, the Icelandic capital, and twice-weekly direct flights to Oslo, Norway, will be available from Easter.
In addition, multiple daily flights from Antalya and Istanbul will be added to Hamburg Airport’s routes this summer. Condor will operate daily flights to Antalya starting in May, and Turkish airline Sun Express will offer weekly flights to Ankara and Adana from July to September.