This section contains information related to Hapag-Lloyd Express, flight code X3, a low-cost carrier charter type.
"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 provider of low-cost flights on many routes. In 2005
alone HLX carried 3.6 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 €19.99 per person per flight including all taxes and fees. In
summer 2006 a total of 18 aircraft - 16 Boeing 737s and two Fokker 100s - will be flying to 36
destinations in nine European countries from Cologne-Bonn, Hanover, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin-Tegel,
Dusseldorf, Leipzig and Munich airports. And all this at attractive prices, non-stop and almost
daily. The travelling times are attractive, not just for holiday makers but also for business
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|Arkefly||<- 100||TUI Airline Management||<- 100||World of TUI|
|Hapag-lloyd Express (HLX)||<- 100|
|Jet 4 you||<- 40|
|TUI Airlines Belgium N.V. (Jetairfly)||<- 100|
|TUI Britannia - Britannia Airways Limited||/|
|West Midlands International Airport Ltd. (Conventry Airport)||<- 100|
|White Eagle Aviation (WEA)||<- 50|
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