The new winter timetable comes into effect at Hamburg Airport on 31 October 2021. It is valid until 26 March 2022. Compared to the previous winter season, many airlines are expanding their services again. There will be numerous flights per week each to several popular holiday regions throughout Europe. As well as the traditional winter sun destinations, skiing regions are also popular. Three brand new winter sport destinations have been added to Hamburg’s route network: Bolzano, Banja Luka and Sarajevo. A total of around 50 airlines are flying directly from Hamburg to approximately 90 destinations.
“Our new summer timetable starts on Sunday. Demand is rising again, and the airlines have responded, offering more flights compared to the previous year. A variety-filled route network from Hamburg awaits our passengers this winter, with some real highlights for winter sports fans,” says Dirk Behrens, Director of Aviation at Hamburg Airport. “With a total of three brand new skiing destinations, there is a real choice for winter sports lovers. Many airlines have also boosted their services to popular destinations again, too. Our passengers can reach the most important destinations all over Europe quickly and easily.”
Skiing regions are popular with airlines and travellers alike for the 2021/2022 winter timetable. Three completely new destinations in Hamburg’s route network are perfect starting points for nearby snowfields. From 16 December 2021, the new airline Sky Alps is operating two flights per week to Bolzano. Not far from the capital of the Italian province of South Tyrol are the world-famous Dolomites, with numerous skiing regions promising a wide variety of slopes for beginners and advanced skiers alike. The Sky Alps airline, new to Hamburg Airport, describes itself as “Ambassador of the Alps” and specialises in scheduled flights from major European cities to Bolzano in South Tyrol.
For those who prefer a skiing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of the Alps, the slopes of Bosnia and Herzegovina offer more space. From 16 December, Wizz Air is operating two flights per week to Sarajevo, with a service to Banja Luka beginning just one day later. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a genuine insider tip for winter sports lovers. The country offers a fantastic mountainous landscape with guaranteed snow and low prices.
Alongside these three new destinations, the airport also has flights to other great starting points for a holiday on the slopes: Salzburg, Innsbruck, Munich, Zürich, Vienna and Oslo. Europe’s most important skiing regions are just a few hours’ flight from Hamburg.
Right on time for the start of the 2021/22 winter timetable, the Emirates A380 flagship is returning to Hamburg Airport. As demand increases, Emirates can once again offer more capacity from Hamburg. With immediate effect, an A380 is operating the Hamburg – Dubai route daily. Two additional weekly services (Friday and Sunday) are being flown with a Boeing 777-300ER.
The destination Tel Aviv is returning to the Hamburg Airport route network. New airline Tel Aviv Air will commence flights on the route in the course of December. Another Middle East destination is also being added to Hamburg’s route network when Eurowings launches a weekly flight to Beirut from 7 November. This is the first time this destination has been served from Hamburg, it is to be expanded to two weekly flights in December. Meanwhile, Condor will be expanding choice on the route from December on, too, flying to the Lebanese capital every Friday starting on 17 December.
And as of 3 November 2021, Hamburg Airport will be linked with an additional Paris airport alongside the existing services to Charles-de-Gaulle. Spanish airline Vueling will be flying to Paris Orly four times per week. The second largest of Paris’s airports offers a very good connection to the city centre of the French capital.
As soon as the temperatures in the north begin to fall, a lot of northern Germans are drawn to the warmer weather elsewhere. Countries guaranteeing temperatures up to 25 degrees even in winter are especially popular. Alongside Dubai, the Canary Islands are once again amongst the trending destinations from Hamburg Airport for the 2021/22 winter, and Egypt too attracts sun-lovers to the famed land of pyramids and pharaohs all year round. Air Cairo has provided an additional option in the choice of services to Hurghada since 1 October. The Egyptian carrier is new to Hamburg Airport and is operating two flights per week with its modern fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft, including the quieter A320neo variant. Turkey, with its capital of Istanbul, is also a popular destination for city trips in the winter months. This winter, Turkish Airlines has a wide range of flights on offer to Istanbul (IST) and the city’s second airport, Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (SAW).