Mitteldeutsche Airport Holding


 
Since it was founded as a German stock company in 2000, Mitteldeutsche Airport Holding has served as a successful example for the co-operation of politics, administration and trade and industry in central Germany – both at states' and municipalities' levels. The network of the central German airports strengthens the regional economy and is a key point for international companies in their decisions on new investments.
 
Runways at Leipzig Halle Airport
Runways at Leipzig Halle Airport

Central management


 
Together with its subsidiaries, Leipzig Halle Airport, Dresden International and PortGround, the holding has managed to advance the infrastructure of its two airports cost-effectively and with the focus on its customers. A major factor in this success is to focus on a central strategy. The structure of the group ensures efficient fund management, strategic alignment and synergy generation in all affiliated companies.
 
Dresden Airport Terminal

Efficient infrastructure at the airports in Leipzig/Halle (top) and Dresden (bottom)


Systematic development

The demand-oriented and sustainable infrastructure policy of the states of Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt has proofed to be successful for the region: having obtained an outstanding position in air traffic and a great number of air service connections from Leipzig/Halle and Dresden Airports to European and world-wide business centres.

Fit for the future

The shareholders and the Executive Board of the Mitteldeutsche Airport Holding consider their model of an airport holding suitable for future development. It is efficient and offers potential for expansion and further co-operation.