Germanwings will return to Hamburg Airport from the start of its summer flight schedule on 31 March 2013, operating 15 routes and a total of 174 flights every week.
The German carrier will station three Airbus A319s at Hamburg airport in order to serve the new connections.
It will take over parent company Lufthansa's flight connections to Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Nice, Palma de Mallorca, Dubrovnik and Vienna from the end of March.
Apart from these, the airline will also offer flights to Corfu, Barcelona, Split, Istanbul (Sabiha-Gökçen), Olbia, Kos, Catania and Venice. Charter services will also serve Corfu, Kos, Venice and Istanbul.
Services to Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Vienna, Barcelona, Nice and Palma de Mallorca will begin on 31 March, followed by Split on 2 April; Catania on 6 April; and Dubrovnik and Olbia on 5 May.
The airline will increase frequencies on select routes including doubling the frequency on Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Vienna routes. The latter is possible due to a codeshare deal with Austrian Airlines.
Furthermore, Palma de Mallorca will be served on a daily basis, Barcelona five times a week, Nice four times a week, Split three times a week, Olbia twice a week, and Catania, Dubrovnik and Pristina once a week.