Hamburg Airport (IATA: HAM, ICAO: EDDH) is also known in German as Flughafen Hamburg, is a major international airport is Germany's second largest city. In 2016 it was renamed to become Hamburg Airport Helmut Schmidt after the former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt. Many FBO's are based at Hamburg Airport to serve the needs of private jet passengers and crew.
Hamburg Airport is located just 20 minutes drive, 8 km north, from the city centre of Hamburg.
Top destinations for Hamburg Airport include Germany, United Kingdom, France and Switzerland. Mainly used for flights across Europe, it does offer some long haul destinations. It's most active private aircrafts include the Cessna Citation CJ2, Cessna Citation Excel/XLS and the Cessna Citation CJ1, as wells as the Emraer Phenom 300. Every year just over 4000 departures and arrivals are completed via Hamburg airport. It is fairly well connected with around 580 connections, 384 of which are in Europe and 109 are within Germany. The most popular airport pairs include Westerkabd Sylt, Dusseldorf, Cologne Bonn, Palma de Mallorca and Stuttgart.