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Ryanair expands services from Hamburg adding Sofia route to the German hub

6 September 2016  •  Author: Roy Manuell, Digital Content Producer

The Irish airline Ryanair is expanding its commitment to Hamburg Airport, connecting the German city with the Bulgarian capital of Sofia.

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The airline brings holidaymakers and business travellers to the eastern European city, previously not featuring in Hamburg Airport’s timetable, three times a week. The route is being served with modern Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Beginning on 6 September, flights depart Hamburg for Sofia at 7:35 pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. They arrive in Bulgaria at 11:10 pm. Flights from Sofia depart Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5:30 pm. They arrive in Hamburg at 7:05 pm.

“We are delighted by Ryanair’s growing commitment to Hamburg Airport. Sofia is a completely new destination which was not available as a direct flight from Hamburg. We are thus further extending the variety in our route network and enhancing our comprehensive portfolio of flights to eastern Europe. It is a positive signal for our community that Ryanair’s state-of-the-art fleet of aircraft have an average age of just 5.5 years,” says Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport.

Ryanair is opening a new base at Hamburg Airport on 1 November. With the opening of the base, the airline will double its operations at Hamburg Airport for the 2016/2017 winter timetable. Alongside Sofia, six other new destinations will be added to the timetable: Brussels, Dublin, Gran Canaria, London Stansted, Manchester and Milan Bergamo.

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