Hapag-Lloyd Express is a 100% subsidiary of TUI AG, the largest travel and tourist company in the world. The airline has its headquarters at Hanover Airport and commenced flight operations on 3 December 2002. Today, HLX is the cheapest airline of low-cost flights on many routes. In 2004 alone it carried 2.7 million passengers.
The company is formed on the basis of tradition, experience and safety with a fresh, convincing concept: Flying with Hapag-Lloyd Express is as easy as taking a taxi. And all this at prices from just €19.99 per person per flight including all taxes and fees.
In summer 2005 a total of 15 aircraft - 13 Boeing 737s and two Fokker 100s - will be flying to 28 destinations in nine European countries from Cologne-Bonn, Hanover, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin-Tegel and Munich airports. And all this not only at particularly attractive prices but also non-stop and almost daily. The travelling times are particularly attractive, not just for holiday makers but also for business travellers.
Hapag-Lloyd Express is an official member of ELFAA (European Low Fares Airline Association).
Official HLX News can be found here.
Bordeaux, Marseille, Paris, Toulouse.
Berlin-Schoenefeld (SXF), Berlin-Tegel
(TXL), Bremen (BRE), Cologne/Bonn (CGN), Dortmund (DTM), Dresden
(DRS), Dusseldorf (DUS), Erfurt (ERF), Frankfurt (FRA), Hamburg
(HAM), Hanover (HAJ), Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden (FKB), Leipzig/Halle
(LEJ), Muenster/Osnabrueck (FMO), Munich (MUC), Nuremberg (NUE),
Paderborn/Lippstadt (PAD), Rostock-Laage (RLG), Saarbruecken (SCN),
Alicante, Almeria, Arrecife, Bilbao, Barcelona, Girona Barcelona, Granada,
Ibiza, Jerez d.l. Frontera, Las Palmas, Madrid, Mahon, Malaga, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca,
Reus Salou, Valencia, Valladolid, Zaragoza.
(Click on country to expand or collapse city list.)