Right of way for electric taxis at Hamburg Airport

Photo: Hamburg Airport.
Photo: Hamburg Airport.

Right of way for electric taxis at Hamburg Airport

Photo: Hamburg Airport.
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As of today, environmentally friendly e-taxis can go right up front at Hamburg Airport.

At the boarding areas directly in front of the terminals, the first two seats will in future be reserved for purely electric taxis. This gives you a better starting position for interested passengers. In this way, Hamburg Airport supports the city's “Zukunftstaxi” funding program, which creates incentives for the environmentally friendly electrification of Hamburg's taxi fleet.

“If you compare the taxis' advertising for passengers with a car race, from now on the e-taxis are always in pole position with us. As an important infrastructure company in Hamburg, we are making our contribution to promoting the conversion of the taxi fleet to more environmentally friendly drives. The combination of municipal subsidies for purchases, clear advantages when boarding passengers and easily available charging infrastructure makes the changeover attractive. At our airport, too, we are promoting the use of alternative drives with our mobility concept: We are now even pushing airplanes with pure electric power and running passenger stairs with solar energy, ”says Michael Eggenschwiler, Chairman of the Management Board at Hamburg Airport.

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