Hamburg International joins EuropebyAir


Bill Wolf, President of EuropebyAir, announced that, “As we move into our second decade, we are proud to announce that EuropebyAir has once again evolved and expanded its network. With Hamburg Airlines joining our group of participating airlines, our passengers benefit by the expansion of our network to include more flights within Europe and new destinations to Turkey and Morocco.”

Hamburg International (4R) scheduled flights operate from Luxembourg and nine cities in Germany, including Munich and Berlin. Long distance destinations include Agadir Morocco, Antalya Turkey, Crete and Corfu in Greece, Ibiza, Palma, and the Canary Islands of Spain, Madeira Portugal, Larnaca Cyprus, Pescara Italy, Bourgas and Varna Bulgaria.

Wolf said, “The one-way fares for European destinations are incredibly competitive as all taxes, fees and fuel surcharges are included. Competitor airline prices can be more than twice as much. Because of our unique and established relationship with the independent airlines of Europe, we continue to offer superb fares to our new and to our long-time loyal customers.”

These new destinations, together with our well-established FlightPass program allows our travelers nearly 1,000 route choices. Our travelers can fly one-way, round trip, in circles, hopscotch the Continent and, now, beyond to Egypt, Turkey and Morocco.

Another recent development is that EuropebyAir has partnered up with other European specialists so that travelers can book their trans-Atlantic flights and Europe cruises.

Reservations can be made in advance, and FlightPasses are non-refundable and non-exchangeable and are sold in countries outside of Europe to non-European residents only.

Hamburg International, based in Berlin, Germany, has been in business since 1999 and operates a fleet of Airbus 319s and Boeing 737s.

EuropebyAir, established in 1997 by a group of airline executives, continues to specialize in a unique airfare product that combines the route structures of geographically dispersed European airlines into a network covering Europe, Asia and North America.