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Hamburg Airport

Hamburg Airport is also called Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport. this is an international airport tthat serves the city of Hamburg. It covers a square feet of 4,700,000 (440,000 m2). This airport is located around 8.6km at the north of Hamburg in the city Fuhlsbüttel quarter. It serves a lot of airlines and has 54 apron positions and 17 jet-ways. It has two 2 terminals and there is a Plaza building in the middle of these terminals. This is where anyone can get the best things that money can buy. There are lounges, restaurants and other service facilities that a passenger would love to make use of. The Level 0 is the arrival terminal while Level 1 is the departure terminal. And it has 14 baggage claim belt for those making use of Level 1.

There are taxiways, aprons and runways in Hamburg Airport that would take care of A380. Even though there is no schedule for this airbus, there is still a provision made for it. It should be noted that this airport is the diversion for Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport. this airport is the location for the airbus plant where these A380s are fitted in ther interior and also painted.

In the 2011, Hamburg airport served a total of 13,559,370 passengers and then 158,076 aircraft movements. This is the reason why this airport is the fifth busiest of the sixteen German commercial airports. This is after Berlin Tegel Airport. it was opened in 1911 and this makes it the world’s oldest airport. this airport at Hamburg has two terminals, T1 and T2. These terminals are connected by the Airport Plaza and the baggage claim area. There is a security check unit inside the airport plaza and also an extensive shopping areas for passengers.

There are a lot of airlines that make use of this Hamburg airport as their main hub or secondary hub. These ariliens include; Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Aerosvit Airlines, Air Arabia Egypt, airBaltic, Air Berlin, Air France, Air Hamburg, Air Malta, Air Via, Austrian Airlines operated by Tyrolean Airways, Avanti Air, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, Bulgarian Air Charter, China Eastern Airlines, Corendon Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Czech Airlines, easyJet, EuroLOT, Emirates, Freebird Airlines, Germanwings, German Sky Airlines, Hamburg Airways, Icelandair, Lufthansa Regional operated by Eurowings, Lufthansa Regional operated by Lufthansa CityLine, Luxair, Meridianafly, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Nouvelair, RAK Airways, Scandinavian Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines operated by Cimber, Sky Airlines, Sky Work Airlines, SunExpress,SunExpress operated by SunExpress Deutschland and many others that make use of this airport.

The Hamburg airport has a lot of car hire services that passengers can make use of. And because of the advancement of the buildings a structures, anyone would be able to take full advanatage of the airport. these cars can be booked online or on the spot at the airport. This is the reason why the terminals have been arranged in such a way that anyone coming to the airport can make a swift departure within a short time. From the information desk can anyone make use of the information that the customer care units would provide. And the way to go about a taxi transfer or hire from the airport is easy.

The Hamburg airport would help a passenger get checked in and an excellent baggage reclaim without unnecessary protocol. This is the reason why people who are taking the airport would always comment positively about the airport. there are lots of attraction centers around the airport for those who would want to move around the airport. there are car parks for those who neeed a space for their cars and also there are lots of tourist guides that would help a person get through while making use of the airport.

Airport Information

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GMT +1.0
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53° 38’ 0" N
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9° 59’ 0" E
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