Eurowings is expanding its winter flight schedule from Hamburg to include four destinations

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The airline Eurowings is expanding its route network from Hamburg to include four new destinations in its winter flight schedule. In addition to the popular business route to Nuremberg, Eurowings is offering flights to Rovaniemi and Kittilä in Finland and to Thessaloniki in Greece for the first time. These routes can already be booked now.

Gesa Zaremba, Head of Airline & Traffic Development at Hamburg Airport, is pleased about the new connections: “The resumption of the connection to Nuremberg in particular is very good news for business travelers. The completely new destinations in Finland also offer our passengers even more options to customize their winter holiday.”

The new route to Nuremberg will be offered six times a week from November 4, 2024 and is aimed primarily at business travelers. From December 22, 2024, Eurowings will fly twice a week to Rovaniemi, known as the home of Santa Claus. A flight to Kittilä, a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, will also depart twice a week from January 12, 2025. Thessaloniki, which was previously only included in the summer timetable, will also be served twice a week in winter from October 27, 2024.

These expansions offer Hamburg Airport passengers a greater variety of travel destinations and increase the attractiveness of the location. The new connections are a sign of the positive development and growth of Hamburg Airport.

Airbus A321neo (Photo: Eurowings).
Airbus A321neo (Photo: Eurowings).