Hamburg Airport (HAM)
Hamburg Airport (HAM) is located in the Hamburg-Nord district. Hamburg Airport is named after Germany's former Chancellor Helmut Schmidt. The free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg is Germany's most livable city and one of the best cities in the world for a night out.
Hamburg is very well connected with other major European and German cities. Located only 8.5 km away from the city center, Hamburg Airport is the base of many well-known airlines such as Lufthansa, Eurowings, Condor and easyJet, just to name a few. It offers flights to 120 destinations, including Dubai, Spain and Turkey. From the airport you have easy access to the city center.
Hamburg's historic label, "The Gateway to the World," may be a bold statement, but Germany's second largest city and largest port has never been shy. As a leading light in the Hanseatic League in the Middle Ages, Hamburg became a center of international trade, a legacy that continues today: it remains one of Germany's richest cities and Hamburg's maritime spirit still pervades the entire city. It's the kind of city where echoes of the harbor and the city's history can be found everywhere, from the ceaseless call of the seagulls overhead to the vibrant neighborhoods packed with multicultural eateries, sea-facing architecture and the gloriously seedy Reeperbahn -Red light district.