Hanover low-cost airline and flight news
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August 2nd, 2010
Air Berlin are to fly to Arvidsjaur in the north of Sweden this winter. They will begin flying to Arvidsjaur from Stuttgart and Hanover at the end of November 2010. Both routes are on sale at www.airberlin.com.
January 31st, 2010
Air Berlin have just put three new routes on sale for this summer from Hanover. From June they will operate additional flights from Hanover to Dubrovnik, Olbia and Rijeka. The new routes are available to book now at www.airberlin.com.
January 13th, 2010
Germanwings will this summer open a new base at Hanover and launch 15 new routes. From May 2010 they will begin flights to Stuttgart, Bastia, Palma, Vienna, Barcelona, Heraklion, Moscow (Vnukovo), Zadar, Budapest, London (Stansted), Rome (Fiumicino), Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Milan (Malpensa) and Split.
They are expected to create around 70 new flights per week which will be operated by three aircraft.
September 21st, 2009
February 16th, 2009
September 23rd, 2007
Click4Sky is a new low-cost airline created by CSA Czech Airlines. Unlike most other low-cost airlines, Click4Sky does not operate any flights – instead it is being used as a marketing brand in order to sell unsold seats on existing CSA flights. In addition, the airline will sell all seats at a fixed price. Customers travelling with Click4Sky will experience exactly the same on-board service as those travelling with CSA.
They will sell tickets on flights to 36 European destinations from their Prague hub. These will include flights to: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Belgrade, Berlin (Tegel), Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi), Bratislava, Brussels (International), Budapest, Copenhagen, Cologne-Bonn, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (International), Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel), Hanover, Istanbul (Ataturk), Kosice, Krakow, Ljubljana, London (Heathrow), London (Stansted), Madrid, Manchester, Milan (Malpensa), Munich, Oslo (International), Riga, Rome (Fiumicino), Thessaloniki, Stuttgart, Tallinn, Venice (Marco Polo), Vienna, Vilnius and Zurich.
March 10th, 2007
flybe have now put the routes on sale that they will take over from BA Connect. They will begin operating all of these flights from 25 March 2007. These include flights from Birmingham to Milan (Malpensa), Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Dusseldorf, Stuttgart and Frankfurt (International), from Manchester to Edinburgh, Isle of Man, Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Milan (Malpensa), Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (International), Stuttgart, Brussels (International) and Hanover, and also from London (Gatwick) to Inverness and Isle of Man.
October 15th, 2006
Hapag-Lloyd Express will begin flying from their bases at Munich and Stuttgart to Rimini in Italy. Flights will begin from 15 May 2007. They will also launch a route from Hanover to Valencia at the end of March 2007. Flights on all of these new routes can be booked at www.hlx.com.
June 22nd, 2006
flybe have put a number of new routes on sale for the forthcoming winter season. These include, from 29 October 2006, flights to Aberdeen from Leeds Bradford and Exeter, to Amsterdam from Exeter and Norwich, from Birmingham to Hanover, and from Belfast (City) to Doncaster and Galway.
Tickets can be booked at www.flybe.com.
June 12th, 2006
December 14th, 2004
They will then begin the roll-out of their summer timetable during March – May. This will include routes between Warsaw and Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi), Lisbon, Malta, Girona, Prague, Nuremberg, Catania, from Krakow to Rome (Ciampino) and from Katowice to Cologne-Bonn and Hanover.
October 2nd, 2004
Hapag-Lloyd Express have announced a selection of new routes which they will begin flying from 09 March 2005. These include Cologne-Bonn to Shannon, Newcastle and Rijeka in Croatia. They are the first airline to add Rijeka to the ‘European low-fares map’, and will also fly there from Hanover.
August 4th, 2004
Flights will begin on this route from 13 September 2004.