For the former airline, see Hamburg Airlines
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|Commenced operations||March 2011|
|Ceased operations||December 2014|
|Key people||Sergej Fieger|
Hamburg Airways (legally HHA Hamburg Airways Luftverkehrsgesellschaft mbH) was a small German charter airline which operated between 2010 and 2014. It was based in Hamburg and offered holiday flights on behalf of tour operators. The airline operated flights out of several German airports, with its maintenance base being located at Hamburg Airport. Flights were operated throughout Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and Africa.
The airline was founded in December 2010 following the demise of Hamburg International in late 2010, which had left a void on the German holiday flight market. The first revenue flights for Hamburg Airways were conducted in March 2011. During the 2011 summer season an Airbus A319 was additionally operated on behalf of Condor.
In December 2014 the airline had its Air Operator Certificate suspended by the German aviation authorities and ceased flying. Aircraft have been returned to lessors, but the airline said it hoped to resume in 2015. The last available financial figures show losses of 10,8 million Euros in 2012. The airlines' three aircraft have been transferred to and stored at Düsseldorf Airport. As of May 2015, all three former Hamburg Airways aircraft are sitting at the PEMCO hangar located at Tampa International Airport in Tampa, Florida, USA to be overhauled and put into service for Allegiant Airlines.
Hamburg Airways served the following destinations as of 15 September 2014[update]:
- Adana - Adana Şakirpaşa Airport
- Ankara - Esenboğa International Airport
- Antalya - Antalya Airport
- Elâzığ - Elazığ Airport
- Gaziantep - Oğuzeli Airport
- Hatay - Hatay Airport
- Kayseri - Erkilet International Airport
- Malatya - Malatya Erhaç Airport
- Samsun - Samsun-Çarşamba Airport
- Trabzon - Trabzon Airport
- Bremen - Bremen Airport
- Dortmund - Dortmund Airport
- Düsseldorf - Düsseldorf Airport Base
- Erfurt - Erfurt-Weimar Airport
- Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen Airport
- Hamburg - Hamburg Airport Base
- Hanover - Hannover Airport Base
- Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden - Baden Airpark
- Münster/Osnabrück - Münster/Osnabrück Airport
- Saarbrücken - Saarbrücken Airport
- Stuttgart - Stuttgart Airport
- Zweibrücken - Zweibrücken Airport
- "Imprint." Hamburg Airways. Retrieved on 6 Januar 2011. "HHA Hamburg Airways Luftverkehrsgesellschaft mbH Hindenburgstraße 171 D-22297 Hamburg Germany " and "Registered Office: Hamburg, Germany "
- "The end of Hamburg Airways?". Airliner World: 8. March 2015.
- Hamburg Airways official fleet page, retrieved Mar. 12, 2012.
- Hamburg Airways fleet list at planespotters.net
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