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|ICAO: EDDH – IATA: HAM|
|Elevation||16.154 m |
53 ft16.154 m
|Coordinates||53° 37' 48.00" N, 9° 59' 18.00" E|
|Date/Time||26 January 2020 05:20:00|
|Wind speed||06 kts|
|Lowest cloud amount||broken clouds|
ICAO: EDDH IATA: HAM
International airport serving Hamburg, Germany.
Temperate Marine climate/Oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb) - Moderately cool summer and comparatively warm winter.
Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of EDDH
- A320, Hamburg Germany, 2008 (On 1 March 2008 an Airbus A320 being operated by Lufthansa on a scheduled passenger flight from Munich to Hamburg experienced high and variable wind velocity on short finals in good daylight visibility and during the attempt at landing on runway 23 with a strong crosswind component from the right, a bounced contact of the left main landing gear with the runway was followed by a left wing down attitude which resulted in the left wing tip touching the ground. A rejected landing was then flown and after radar vectoring, a second approach to runway 33 was made to a successful landing. No aircraft occupants were injured but the aircraft left wing tip was found to have been damaged by the runway contact. The track of the aircraft and spot wind velocities given by ATC at key points are shown on the illustration below.)