Question : Do travelers from Moscow typically stay in Hamburg for very long?
Answer : The average time spent in Hamburg by travelers from Moscow is 11 days.
Question : Have you considered flying out of an airport besides Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)?
Answer : Departing from Sheremetyevo International Airport is not the only way to get to Hamburg Airport. Try looking for flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME) as well. Over the upcoming two months, flights from DME to HAM are being booked 22% cheaper than flights from SVO to HAM. Being only 43 miles away, it's easily accessible for most.
Question : How does Moscow to Hamburg stack up against the rest of the world in overall promptness?
Answer : SVO to HAM currently scores 3 out of a possible 5 stars in promptness. This score combines both the number of delayed flights and total delay minutes. With 3 stars, you should feel slightly worried about getting to Hamburg on time.
Question : How much should a trip from Moscow (SVO) to Hamburg (HAM) cost?
Answer : Flight prices change a lot more than the majority of routes from the Russian Federation for SVO to HAM. They vary anywhere from $207 to $516. Remember, the sooner you book, the better price you tend to get.
Question : Should you take that vacation to Hamburg in the next 30 days?
Answer : As of Jul 24th, the cheapest day to fly from Moscow to Hamburg is Jul 29th. Tickets are currently being sold for $207, which is 31% below the average price for this route.
Question : What is the cheapest round-trip ticket you can get to Hamburg?
Answer : Ticket costs are hitting highs of $516 over the next three months when flying to HAM from SVO. Check out Finnair, as they have been booking customers at just $207.
Question : How many departure times are there on a given day?
Answer : It does differ by the day of the week, but on average, you can expect only one flight time when you book. The average route departing the Russian Federation currently has two different flight times per day, so expect fewer options than you're used to.