Michael Eggenschwiler, Hamburg Airport CEO (second left), Dr Rolf Strittmatter, Hamburg Business Development Corporation (HWF) CEO and Seyed Saeid Seyedin, Iranian Consul-General in Hamburg, welcomed passengers on the first Qeshm Air flight from Tabriz as they arrived in Hamburg. Among the passengers on board the aircraft were Mahmoud Shekarabi, Qeshm Air CEO and Sadegh Najafi, Mayor of Tabriz.
- Qeshm Air, the Iranian airline, landed in Hamburg (HAM) for the first time on 14 July. The airline now links the city twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) with Tabriz (TBZ) – a completely new destination in Hamburg’s route network, being served from German city for the first time. For Tabriz, Hamburg is the first European destination with a direct flight. The service is being operated by the airline’s 133-seat A319s. Flights land in Hamburg at 11:30 and depart back to Iran at 13:30, with the sector lasting just under five hours. See how Hamburg Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.