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Airports in Germany

On this page you will find a list of all German airports. When you click on the name you will
directly to the website of the airport directed. The faster you can you need Can not find information!

EDAC Altenburg-Nobitz
AGB Augsburg
FKB Baden-Airpark
SXF Berlin Schönefeld
THF Berlin Tempelhof
TXL Berlin Texel
BFE Bielefeld
EDKB Bonn/Hangelar
EDVE Braunschweig
BRE Bremen
EDWB Bremerhaven
EDBC Cochstedt-Schneidlingen
EDCD Cottbus-Drewitz
FCN Cuxhaven / Nordholz
EDWC Damme
DTM Dortmund
DRS Dresden
DUS Düsseldorf
EDFE Egelsbach
ERF Erfurt
EDLE Essen/Mülheim
EDAS Finsterwalde
HHN Frankfurt-Hahn
FRA Frankfurt/Main
EDAE Eisenhüttenstadt - Frankfurt (Oder)
Freiburg - Basel - Mulhouse
EDTF Freiburg
FDH Friedrichshafen
HAM Hamburg
HAJ Hannover
HOQ Hof
EDMJ Jesenwang
EDVK Kassel
EDHK Kiel
CGN Köln/Bonn
EDTL Lahr
LEJ Leipzig/Halle
LBC Lübeck
EDBM Magdeburg
EDFZ Mainz
EDFM Mannheim
EDLM Marl/Loemühle
MGL Mönchengladbach
MUC München
FMO  Münster/Osnabrück
FNB Neubrandenburg
NRN Niederrhein
NUE Nürnberg
PAD Paderborn-Lippstadt
EDVY Porta-Westfalica
RLG Rostock-Laage
SCN Saarbrücken
EDAZ Schönhagen
EDOP Schwerin-Parchim
SGE Siegerland
EDRY Speyer-Ludwigshafen
EDAY Strausberg
STR Stuttgart
EDXW Sylt
EDRT Trier-Föhren
ZQW Zweibrücken

Flughafen Berlin Flughafen Dresden Flughafen Düsseödorf
Flughafen Hamburg Flughafen Hannover Flughafen München

Here you will find a list of German airports to start from where "low cost". When you click on the airport you will be routed directly to the website of the airport. When clicking on the name of the airline (eg Rayanair, Easyjet) guided them to appear on the website of each airline. Faster you can not get your information!

Barcelona Madrid Sevilia Valencia Alicante Granada
Berlin Schönefeld Easyjet Easysjet
Bremen Ryanair Ryanair
Dortmund Easyjet Easyjet
Düsseldorf Ryanair Ryanair Ryanair Ryanair
Frankfur/Hahn Ryanair Ryanair Ryanair Ryanair
Hamburgo - Lübeck Ryanair Ryanair
Karlsruhe Baden Ryanair Ryanair Ryanair

Modern airports are very different global structures. Smaller airports such as Bremen have only one runway. At major airports (Zurich, Frankfurt am Main) allow multiple runways, the show sometimes in different directions, and possibly several terminals simultaneous and rapid clearance. But you can see with all their differences, some basic principles that are crucial to the proper functions of an airport, namely, launching, landing and loading of aircraft and supplies allow, can be accomplished safely and smoothly.

Functional processes

Airports recorded a strong place in a relatively small compressed air, which is further complicated by takeoffs and landings. For this reason, an exact line of air traffic at airports is an absolute requirement for a safe and smooth handling. In the run-up movements of aircraft and vehicles of all types of roll control (engl. ground control) are monitored visually and by radar. The roll control of the airplane passes for a start to the control tower (engl. tower). The Tower controlled taxiways and runways for takeoffs and landings, therefore, as well as arrivals and departures within the control zone (CTR) responsible. The broader area of an airport is monitored by the An-/Abflugkontrolle (arrival / departure).
Place on a busy major airport, like the Frankfurt International Airport, the takeoffs and landings, especially in the rush-hour times in the 2-minute intervals. Through this tight time constraints a property is important to have all the planes in flight. An airplane leaves its flight path by two opposing vortices, which are known as vortices (wake turbulence Sheet). Vortices arise because done by a pressure difference between bottom and top of a lift-producing area that ends in an airflow from bottom to top. With increasingly extended flaps, thus taking off or landing, as a function of weight (MTOW) of aircraft, the intensity of tubular remaining behind the aircraft wake vortices. The life span is influenced by the wind and the atmosphere. The occurrence of wake vortices at airports therefore influenced the arrival and departure frequency and the startup sequence. The coordination of the different types of aircraft is the responsibility of air traffic controllers at the tower.
The ICAO for example, prescribes the following minimum distances (engl. wake turbulence separation minima) for certain weight classes:
light? light: 3 NM (C182 - C182)
medium? Medium: 3 NM (A320 - A320)
heavy? medium: 5 nm (B747 - A320)
heavy? light: 6 NM (B747 - C182)
Since the capacity of many airports because of the strong demand for given resources and constraints is eventually exhausted, will the airlines this narrow time window, called slots, while an airline from an airport to land or take off can make use of an airplane. These slots are strictly observed. The presence of slots may at first appear as a reprisal. Indeed, this shall also promote the punctuality of scheduled flights.
The description of the passenger and cargo terminals will not be further implemented. It is found in more detail in handling (air) to.

Airport Security
The major airports, with its collection of people on relatively small space and were always potential targets of terrorists, even more so after the attacks in the United States, 11 September 2001.
Airport security (engl. safety) refers to the prevention of occupational, technical and threats coming from outside on the ground, while with flight safety (engl. security) security in the airspace, thus warding off external threats meant in the air. Considered as external threats such as hijacking, sabotage and other terrorist-motivated attacks or surgery. The access restrictions and security checks at airports are among the measures of airport security, which has a direct impact on flight safety.
Most large airports have their own police officers backed security forces. Some countries also protect soldiers or paramilitary forces, the airports.

Rules for hand baggage on flights

Important tips for our passengers
For your safety, the European Commission has restricted the transportation of liquids in hand luggage. Hamburg Airport has compiled important information for passengers on EU safety regulations. The following information is not intended to be exhaustive and are not guaranteed. More information can be found at the Federal Ministry of the Interior at www.bmi.bund.de or ask your respective airline.
A summary available for downloading in the right column.


What does the baggage-rule?
On all flights, which depart from EU airports, the transportation of liquids in hand luggage, such as drinks, gels and creams only allowed a limited extent. Passengers will be asked to do so as to dispense liquids in hand luggage. Are permitted up to 100 ml of liquids in containers that are transported in a transparent and resealable plastic bag of a maximum of one liter. These regulations apply to all flights to all destinations, including the United States.

In the baggage liquids may continue to be given in unlimited quantities.
The individual containers (cans, bottles, tubes) in your hand luggage must not exceed a capacity ml each 100th Containers, which have a larger capacity, must be discarded at the security checkpoint, even if they are only partially filled. The transparent bag can generally include any number of vessels, but must be completely closed off. Vessels, which can not be found only in the open space bags that are taken away. However, the closing simple plastic bags with rubber band or similar is not allowed.

Per passenger, only one such plastic bag is allowed. The plastic bag must be unsolicited for separate x-ray taken out of the bag.

What counts as liquids?
Liquids include gels, pastes, lotions, mixtures of liquids and solids and the contents of pressurized containers, such as Toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfume, shaving foam, aerosols and other items of similar consistency. As such, for example, apply liquid mascara and lip gloss, deodorant, yogurt and cheese.

How do you get the transparent re-sealable bags?
Transport passengers carrying liquids in hand luggage have to be asked to pack before their trip to the airport, the container in the prescribed plastic bags.
The transparent re-sealable bags with a maximum capacity of one liter can be purchased in many supermarkets as freezer bags. Are permitted bag with a zipper, Velcro, tie or string fastener.
Alternatively, passengers can buy the bags at one of the four prescribed Flight Bag machines at the Hamburg airport. These stand in front of the boarding pass checks at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 A package containing two bags will cost $ 1, -.

What happens when a cream jar or perfume bottle contains more than 100 ml of liquid?
This cream jar or bottle of perfume may not be transported in checked baggage. This is also the case when the cream jar or bottle of perfume for example, is only half filled. It must be made before the security checkpoint.

What can a passenger do if he wants to avoid, for example an expensive perfume in a bottle of 100 ml to have to make before the security check?
Basically, passengers should give up their liquids in baggage. Has failed to do so may be given liquids, such as a fly with no friends or relatives who subsequently discontinued in the luggage be checked in, as the parcel will be mailed to your address or stored charge in the baggage room of the airport.

What happens to objects that are still made before the security check?
If you have any of the above options, these items in proper containers are made, disposed of its content is from Hamburg Airport.

Are there exceptions to restrictions on liquids in hand luggage?
Medications and special dietary, e.g. Food for diabetics, or baby food for infants traveling, can be transported outside the plastic bag in hand luggage, unless they are needed during the flight.
Passengers must provide the security personnel, these fluids, and it relies on demand to the demand during the flight, eg a recipe.

What is true for Travel Value & Duty Free products, which were purchased at the airport?
Travel Value & Duty Free products are security screened several times before the sale. All products purchased by the passenger in the security area of an airport within the European Union, he can take in unlimited quantities as hand luggage into the aircraft cabin. This also applies to perfume, cosmetics and spirits.
To extend the safety chain to the plane, the traveler purchases at the checkout of the Travel Value & Duty Free Shops in the sealed bags handed out. In addition, the customer should keep a sales receipt with them, which proves that the goods were bought on that day at that airport.

What is true for Travel Value & Duty Free products, which were bought on board an aircraft?
Travel Value & Duty Free products, including liquids, which were bought on board an EU airline, may be carried as hand luggage in unlimited quantities.

Please schedule enough time for security checks
Passengers must show not only all the fluids to separate x-ray on the tape, but also all major electronic devices such as laptops. In addition, jackets and coats must be extracted before the security screening, and X-rayed separately.
Due to the increased security checks, Hamburg Airport recommends that passengers restrict hand luggage to a minimum and to allow sufficient time for luggage and personal checks. For domestic and European flights are advised to arrive about 90 minutes before departure at Hamburg Airport. For intercontinental flights a receipt is advisable to three hours before departure.

Globally applicable regulations for hand luggage

What items should be additionally taken into the cabin?
- A handbag, a small bag or wrist bag
- A jacket, cape or manta
- A small camera or binoculars
- A fair amount of reading material
- An umbrella or walking stick for the journey
- A pair of crutches or other orthopedic device is dependent on the passenger
- Additional sealed plastic bags with duty-free goods

What items are banned in hand luggage?
Basically, any dangerous objects in hand luggage must be taken that are suited to hurt other people. These include:
- Weapons and weapon-objects that can fire a projectile, and imitation weapons
- Pointed and sharp objects such as knives and scissors with blades more than 6 centimeters, nail files, screwdrivers and bottle opener
- Blunt objects such as golf clubs, baseball and hockey sticks, and skateboards
- Explosives and flammable substances such as fireworks, including table fireworks
and flares, toy guns with caps, paint in spray cans and gas cylinders for camping stoves
A detailed list of prohibited items air travel has published the Federal Ministry of Transport.

List of prohibited items for air travel.

1. Guns, Firearms & Weapons

Any object that is capable, or appearing capable, of discharging a projectile or injuries
, including:

All firearms (pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, etc.)
Replica and imitation firearms
Component parts of firearms (excluding telescopic sighting devices)
Air pistols, rifles and pellet guns
Flare guns
Starter pistols
Toy guns of all types
Air rifles
Industrial Bolt and Nail Guns
Crossbows
Catapults
Harpoons and spear guns
Humane killers
Stun or shocking devices, e.g. Cattle prods, ballistic conducted energy devices
Lighters, a firearm.


2. Pointed / edged weapons and sharp objects

Pointed or bladed articles capable of causing injury, including:

Axes & Hatchets
Arrows and darts
Crampons
Harpoons and spears
Ax
Skates
Lockable or flick knives with blades of any length
Knives, including ceremonial knives, with blades of more than 6 cm, made of metal or other material that is strong enough to be used as a weapon.
Meat cleavers
Machetes
Razors and blades (excluding safety razors or) disposable razors with blades enclosed in cartridge
Sabers, swords and sabers
Scalpels
Scissors with blades more than 6 cm
Ski and hiking poles
Throwing stars
Tools if they can be used as a pointed or edged weapon eg Drills and drill bits, box cutters, utility knives, all saws, screwdrivers, crowbars, pliers, spanners, blow torches.

3. Blunt instruments


Any blunt instrument capable of causing injury, including:

Baseball and softball bats
Clubs or batons rigid or flexible - eg Truncheons, batons and sticks
Cricket Bats
Golf Clubs
Hockey sticks
Lacrosse
Kayak and canoe paddles
Skateboards
Cues
Rods
Martial arts equipment, e.g. Knuckle dusters, clubs, truncheons, blackjacks, nunchaku, kubatons, kubasaunts


4. Explosives and flammable substances

Any explosive or highly combustible substances which poses a threat to the health of
Passengers or crew or the technical and general safety of the aircraft and
pose of property, including:

Ammunition
Detonators
Detonators and fuses
Explosives and explosive devices
Replica or imitation explosive material or devices
Mines and other explosive military stores
Grenades of all types
Gas and gas containers, for example Butane, propane, acetylene, oxygen - in large quantities.
Fireworks, flares in any form and other pyrotechnics (including small fireworks (party poppers ") and toy caps)
Safety matches
Smoke generating canisters or cartridges
Flammable liquid fuel, for example Gasoline, diesel, lighter fluid, alcohol, ethanol.
Aerosol spray paint
Turpentine and paint thinner
Alcoholic beverages exceeding 70% vol.


5. Chemical and toxic substances

Any chemical or toxic substances which pose a threat to the health of passengers or
Crew or the technical and general safety of the aircraft or property
represent, including:

Acids and bases, e.g. Batteries may leak, the
Corrosive or bleaching substances, for example Mercury, chlorine
Disabling or incapacitating sprays - such as Mace, pepper spray, tear gas
Radioactive material, e.g. medical or commercial isotopes
Poisons
Infectious or biological hazardous material, such as infected blood, bacteria and viruses
Spontaneously flammable or combustible material
Fire extinguishers

6. Liquids

Liquids may only be carried in hand luggage restrictions in compliance with the following:
Individual containers shall not exceed a capacity of 100 milliliters or equivalent and individual containers must be carried in one transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity of not more than 1 liter. All individual containers must fit comfortably in the plastic bag must be completely closed. Liquids include gels, pastes, lotions, mixtures of liquids and solids and the contents of pressurized containers, such as Toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfume, shaving foam, aerosols and other items of similar consistency.

Exceptions may be granted if the liquid
during the voyage is used and is used either for medical or special dietary purposes, including baby food. If necessary, the passenger must be able to prove the authenticity of the liquid, have qualified for an exception, or
On the airside beyond the point where boarding passes are controlled, has been acquired, provided that the point of sale is subject to approved security procedures that are part of the airport security program under the condition that the liquid is in a tamper-evident packaging and the satisfactory proof of the purchase that day at that airport has, or
acquired in the security area of the airport was, if the point of sale is subject to approved security procedures, which are part of the airport security program, or
obtained at another Community airport was, under the condition that the liquid is in a tamper-evident packaging and displays satisfactory proof of purchase that day at airside at that airport, or
on board an aircraft of an airline was purchased by the Community, under the condition that the liquid is in a tamper-evident packaging and displays satisfactory proof of purchase on that day on board that aircraft.

Duty-free purchases for the access to a Community airport on board an aircraft or an airline of the community are therefore possible. If other security controls must be happening (especially when changing flights at other Community airports), has acquired the liquid to be packaged for that purpose but in a tamper-evident bag of sale that contains a visible proof of purchase date and seller.
Section 2: Prohibited items in checked baggage

Explosives, including detonators, fuses, grenades, mines and explosives
Gases: propane, butane
Flammable liquids, including gasoline, methanol
Flammable solids and reactive substances, including magnesium, fire lighters, fireworks, flares
Lighters
Oxidizers and organic peroxides, including bleach, repair kits car body
Toxic or infectious substances, including rat poison, infected blood
Radioactive material, including medicinal or commercial isotopes
Corrosives, including mercury, vehicle batteries
Have components of automotive fuel systems, fuel containing


This list serves as a guide. Since this list may change information at an upcoming list, please additionally with your tour operator or the airport.

Source: Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs

Blacklist

List of airlines, is banned within the EU to an operating ban
Through the efficient aviation safety standards in Europe, our safety record is one of the highest in the world. While the European Union and its Member States worldwide are working together with authorities from other countries to raise safety standards, but there are still some airlines whose operating in conditions which are below the required level of safety.
To further enhance security in Europe, the European Commission in consultation with the aviation safety authorities of the Member States decided to airlines, which are found to be unsafe from operating in European airspace.
These carriers are listed in the document below. The first list includes all airlines, is banned within Europe to an operating ban. In the second list, all airlines are listed, their operation in Europe has been subject to certain conditions.
The lists are regularly updated and published in the Official Journal of the European Union. There, they are included as Appendices A and B to Commission Regulation. Users should satisfy themselves that they have the latest version before they take any action on the basis of information contained in these lists.

Passenger rights

What are your rights as a passenger, if your flight is delayed, the flight is canceled, the flight is overbooked, you have booked, or your luggage is lost? What compensation are you with flight cancellation, flight delay, flight delays, flight cancellations, lost luggage?

Your rights as a passenger during flight flight delay and flight delay:

Based on 17 February 2005 entered into force in EU regulation, European air passengers more extensive rights and entitlements in cases of denied air transportation cancellations, and in case of flight delays.

The compensation must be paid for all flights operated by EU airlines, regardless of whether they are from an airport in the European Union or one run in third countries. The condition is that the flight from an EU country or to a destination airport in an EU country, even from outside the EU will be carried out unless it is an EU air carrier.


The claim basis requires that the passenger has a reservation at the time specified at check-in and is so far no concrete boarding time was indicated that the passenger has resided in 45 minutes before departure time at the check-in counter.

Your flight is delayed more than two hours and your destination is not more than 1500 kilometers away from the airport of departure:

> Free meals, hotel accommodation if necessary

Your flight is delayed more than three hours and your destination is not more than 3500 kilometers away from the airport of departure:

> Free meals, hotel accommodation if necessary

Your flight is delayed more than four hours and your destination is more than 3500 kilometers away from the airport of departure:

> Free meals, hotel accommodation if necessary

Your flight is delayed more than five hours, regardless of the distance of the flight target:

> Refund of fare or return to the lateness of a connecting flight

Scheme of compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights, Regulation (EC) of 2 December 2004, effective from 17/02/2005:

Also new are compensation for delays. If a booked flight delays of more than two hours for flights of up to 1500 kilometers, more than three hours for flights of up to 3500 kilometers and more than four hours for longer trips, the airlines have to provide free meals and, if necessary, a hotel overnight. For delays of five hours, passengers between a refund of your ticket or a return ticket can choose when connecting journeys.


Your rights as a passenger during flight flight cancellation, overbooking or flight cancellation:
With an overbooking get back at the airport relaxed passengers 250 euros for flights of up to 1500 kilometers, 400 euro for flights less than 3500 kilometers and 600 euros for longer journeys. When flights are canceled at short notice and make a reservation for this existed, is the first time traveler to any compensation. The higher compensation as at present, only for line flights but also for charter flights are.

Your Rights as an airline passenger for lost luggage or accidents during your journey: Since mid-2004 also apply new international rules of compensation: The Montreal Convention dissolved the Warsaw Convention, starting from the year 1929 and improved the rights of air passengers in case of accident, delays and lost luggage.

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