Transfer From Munster Osnabruck Airport (FMO) To Hamburg Airport (HAM)

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Münster Osnabrück International Airport

Münster Osnabrück International Airport is an international commercial airport in North Rhine-Westphalia. The IATA code FMO is also the abbreviation for the official name of the airport Münster / Osnabrück. Popularly and in the press is therefore often spoken by the FMO. The FMO is located (in relation to the city center) 7 km northeast of Greven, 25 km north of Münster and 28 km southwest of Osnabrück in the city of Greven. The catchment area of Münster / Osnabrück Airport, which is home to more than six million people, includes the Münsterland, the Tecklenburg region, the northern Ruhr area, south-western Lower Saxony and central Emsland, as well as parts of the Netherlands, border region Twente, Achterhoek (EUREGIO) and some also Ostwestfalen-Lippe....

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Hamburg Airport

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....