Transfer From Hamburg Airport (HAM) To Lubeck Blankensee Airport (LBC)
The airport Hamburg, own name Hamburg Airport, since 2016 also Hamburg Airport Helmut Schmidt, is the international airport of the city Hamburg (with a small part on Norderstedter area). It is the oldest and fifth largest airport in Germany. In 2018, it was used by around 17.23 million passengers, a decrease of 2.2 percent compared to the previous year. The airport is a hub of Eurowings. The name of Hamburg Airport was added to the name supplement "Hamburg Airport Helmut Schmidt" on 10 November 2016 in honor of the late Chancellor and honorary citizen of Hamburg Helmut Schmidt. This goes back to a decision of the Hamburg citizenship of 21 January 2016. Schmidt died on 10 November 2015 at the age of 96 years....
The commercial airport Lübeck is a regional airport in Schleswig-Holstein. The runway is 2102 meters long. The airport has ICAO category seven fire-fighting, high-performance firing and is equipped with landing direction 25 for ILS CAT I all-weather instrument landing and 07 CAT II landing. An airport fire brigade with ambulance is ready at the airport, as required for airports of this size. The airport is located eight kilometers south of downtown Lübeck.
To reach the airport:
by car: via Bundesautobahn 1 → Bundesautobahn 20 (exit Lübeck-Süd)
by train: to Lübeck central station, then with the regional express 83 direction Lüneburg to the breakpoint Lübeck airport; hourly connections to Lübeck Hbf, Büchen and Lüneburg, every 2 hours direct trips to Kiel (about 300 meters to the terminal)