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Language:
German
Currency:
Euro
Time Zone:
GMT +1 hour
Flight Time:
1 hour 40 mins
Airport Code:
HAM
Holiday Type:
Beach / Summer Sun

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Lying to the south of the Jutland Peninsula, compare flights from Stansted to Hamburg, visit Germany’s second largest city. A European powerhouse, there are currently no direct services that fly Stansted to Hamburg, meaning the total journey time will be around five hours with a stopover. The airport is very well served by ground transportation links, which include frequent trains that take 25 minutes to reach

Cheap Flights from Stansted to Hamburg

Hamburg
Wed 22 February 2017 -
returning on Wed 01 March 2017
from£33
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Hamburg
Thu 23 February 2017 -
returning on Thu 02 March 2017
from£33
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Hamburg
Tue 28 February 2017 -
returning on Tue 07 March 2017
from£33
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Hamburg
Sun 26 February 2017 -
returning on Sun 05 March 2017
from£33
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Hamburg
Sat 25 February 2017 -
returning on Sat 04 March 2017
from£44
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Hamburg
Mon 27 February 2017 -
returning on Mon 06 March 2017
from£46
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Hamburg
Fri 24 February 2017 -
returning on Fri 03 March 2017
from£51
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There are currently no direct flights from Stansted to Hamburg, meaning you'll need to take a connecting service when travelling this route. Some of the fastest services on the outward leg take four hours and 15 minutes including a stopover, while the return journey can be completed in a total of three and a half hours. The German city of Cologne is the most likely destination for a connection when you fly Stansted to Hamburg, although there are services that stop in other cities such as Stuttgart and Vienna. Outbound flights depart from early in the morning until late in the evening, and similarly with the return leg; although you should be careful when selecting your flight time, as some require long and overnight connections. Hamburg Airport is found just over five miles north of the city centre, which can be easily reached by public transport. The S1 S-Bahn suburban train line runs from the airport to the Hauptbahnhof - central railway station - and takes 25 minutes. Trains depart every 10 minutes and the station is found directly in front of the terminals. The S-Bahn can also be used to reach the junction station Ohlsdorf, which connects the S1 to the U1 underground U-Bahn service. The U-Bahn can then be used to access other parts of the city. Tickets for public transport, and city tours, can be purchased from the Airport Office on the arrivals level. There are taxi ranks located in front of both terminals, and taxi operators are governed by criteria that maintains quality and high standards. It’s possible to pay for taxis with cash, debit or credit card. There’s a wide selection of car hire firms open seven days a week for those looking to rent their own vehicle, including Alamo, Avis, Buchbinder, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Europcar, Global Drive, Hertz, National, Sixt and Thrifty.