This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 636308.

Hamburg Airport
Hamburg AirportHamburg Airport


About Hamburg Airport

Hamburg Airport was founded in 1911 and today it extends over 570 hectares. Presently Hamburg Airport can handle 53 aircraft per hour, resulting in flights for 13.5 million passengers in 2013. About 60 airlines connect Hamburg directly with approximately 115 national and international destinations. The biggest airlines according to passenger numbers are Lufthansa, Air Berlin, Easyjet, TUIfly, Condor, Germanwings and the PASSME-Partner Air France/KLM. The terminal area consists of two terminals with 108 check-in counters connected via a central plaza, where also the central security control for both terminals is located. The linear pier provides 54 boarding gates. Involved in the project is the Aviation Business division with its Terminal Management Department. Hamburg has won several awards, i.e. because of its outstanding infrastructure in public and passenger terminal areas.


Role in the project

The Terminal Management department of Hamburg Airport has extensive experience in all terminal process-related issues including its continuous development according to stakeholder requirements and new available technologies. Therefore Hamburg Airport contributes to the Definition & PASSME Model Work Package (WP) 1. Hamburg Airport has special interest in the project developments on the luggage system (WP3) and check-in/smart boarding/automated gates (WP5) and will link the PASSME developments to related own projects. A key focus for Hamburg Airport in PASSME is to implement the PASSME developments within the airport itself.





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