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Flughafen-Modellschau
© Michael Penner
Flughafen-Modellschau
© Michael Penner
Flughafen-Modellschau
© Michael Penner

Airport Model Exhibition

The Airport World of Experience: Hobby pilots and airport fans can experience the fascination of flying up close at Hamburg Airport.

In the Airport Model Exhibition, large and small spectators can gain exciting insights into flight operations and the airport grounds in an entertaining show. An astounding 8,000 light-emitting diodes transform the model layout into a sea of lights and let the airport, including buildings, taxiways and runways, shine at night. 

The highlight of the presentation are the take-offs and landings of the model aircraft, which rise above the heads of the spectators to take off on their short flight. Radio messages, engine noises and vibrating seats bring the spectators to life as "co-pilots" and simulated flight operations - an air experience for the senses!

If you haven't had enough, you can take an exciting look behind the scenes on the subsequent apron tour. The visitors marvel at the complex handling of an aircraft from up close and gather impressions that get under your skin. Prior registration is required for participation.

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Hygiene information

Please note the following information and hygiene rules.

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Reservation

Reservation not required

Payment

Credit card payment possible

Visitor limiations

The number of visitors is limited to a maximum of 25 people.

Visitor limitations

Normally, there are no long waiting times.

Mask requirements

Mouth and nose protection required

Hygiene measures

The airport model display is equipped with disinfectant dispensers as well as a spit guard.

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