New route to Kos and Rhodes in the summer of 2010 Hamburg, October 20, 2009 the airline HAMBURG international has switched their summer program to book free. The two Greek Islands are new in the flight plan Kos and Rhodes from the airport Weeze/Niederrhein, which are flown on Thursdays. Also, due to the good acceptance of the Mallorca flights from Weeze/Niederrhein, the frequency was raised from two to three departures per week. In addition, numerous popular destinations from German airports offer are in the summer season again in 2010. Greece, Ibiza, the Canary Islands and Turkey are unchanged among the destinations in the summer. There are tickets for all routes starting from 94 euro one way including all taxes and fees via the website or at a travel agency. The summer timetable is from early April to end of October 2010.
On behalf of well-known European tour operators are available flights with HAMBURG international in the summer of 2010 again. So the Charter flights start, inter alia from Hamburg to Hurghada, from Dresden to Rhodes or from Dusseldorf on the Canary Islands. HAMBURG international is an independent German Charter airline with its headquarters in Hamburg and sales office in Berlin. Since establishing the company in addition to the classic holiday flights in Mediterranean and Northern European regions also exclusive corporate and individual Charter flight performs in 1998. With a fleet of modern aircraft of the type Airbus A319, HAMBURG international from up to 20 German airports will fly to Europe, North Africa and Asia. Own technical operation in cooperation with Lufthansa Technik AG is responsible for the maintenance of the aircraft. Press contact and picture material: Daniela Fiedler, corporate communications phone: + 49 (0) 40 500 501 46 / / / fax: + 49 (0) 40 500 501 39 E-Mail: