HAMBURG International

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HAMBURG international is an independent German charter airline with its head office in Hamburg and sales office in Berlin. Since its founding in 1998, the company has continuously expanded its route network.

In addition to the classic flight routes to Mediterranean and North European vacation regions, HAMBURG international serves destinations within the framework of what is known as ethnic traffic.

With a fleet of modern aircraft of type Boeing 737, which will be gradually replaced beginning in January 2008 by brand-new aircraft of type Airbus A319, we fly from up to 20 airports in Germany and neighbouring countries to destinations in Europe, North Africa and Asia.

Safety is the highest priority at HAMBURG international. From the qualifications and training of their pilots and cabin personnel to maintenance and operation of their airplanes– they make no compromises.

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HAMBURG International
Hindenburgstraße 171
22297 Hamburg, Germany

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49 (0)40 500501 -0
+49 (0)40 500501 -11

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