Hamburg Bundesland, Germany
|IATA Code||HAM||ICAO Code||EDDH|
Airport (Flugplatz, Airfield)Customs
An airport where customs officials are stationed. The customs airport serves as the gateway for air cargo, where customs procedures are carried out for international air freight.
|Hub for||DE / EW / FR / X3*|
|Time Zone||+01:00||Phone Number||+49 40 50750|
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Hamburg Airport (IATA code: HAM, ICAO code: EDDH), formerly known as Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport, is a major international airport in Hamburg, the second-largest city in Germany. Located 8.5 kilometers (5.3 miles) north of the city centre in the Fuhlsbüttel quarter, the airport serves as a hub for Eurowings and focus cities for Condor, Ryanair, and TUI fly Deutschland.
Originally the airport covered 440,000 square meters (4,700,000 square feet). Since then, the site has grown more than tenfold to 5.7 square kilometers meters (2.2 square miles). The main apron covers 320,000 square meters (3,400,000 square feet) and features 54 parking positions; the passenger terminals provide 17 jet bridges. As of July 2016, the airport had only three routes served with Wide-body aircraft; however, during that year three gates were upgraded with double-jet bridges to provide faster boarding and de-boarding for large planes like the Airbus A380.
As of July 2017, the airport featured flights to more than 130 mostly European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as three long-haul routes to Dubai, Tabriz and Tehran. It counted 17,231,687 passengers and 156,388 aircraft movements in 2018.
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