Hamburg: ten instead of three minutes "Kiss & Fly parking"

Hamburg Airport (Photo: Michael Penner).
Hamburg Airport (Photo: Michael Penner).

Hamburg: ten instead of three minutes "Kiss & Fly parking"

Hamburg Airport (Photo: Michael Penner).
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From mid-May 2022, Hamburg Airport in northern Germany will extend the free parking time in the so-called “Kiss&Fly Zone” to ten minutes. Previously, people who brought passengers to the airport were allowed to park for a maximum of three minutes free of charge.

If the “bye” takes longer, you can pay at six pay stations along the edge of the terminal. The airport is currently setting up the relevant infrastructure. A gantry of signs already helps with orientation when approaching the airport: Anyone who does not want to stop for more than ten minutes can use the short stop zone free of charge - everyone else can turn off to the multi-storey car parks and pay the same as before 4 euros for 30 minutes of parking, after which cheaper hourly rates apply .

At the beginning of May 2022, Hamburg Airport will also set up an exclusive stopping zone (taxi/VIP) on the departure level, which will be reserved for taxi drivers and other contractual partners. Here, the processes at entry and exit are designed to save even more time, since the barrier opens automatically for registered license plates. Regardless of the parking time, taxi drivers or contractual partners can drive out directly. The debit is made monthly via the stored credit card.

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