Press re‌lea‌ses

Journalists need to access the latest information for their daily work. You can discover more about what is going on at Dresden and Leipzig/Halle Airports in the following press releases.

Leipzig/Halle Airport: PortGround once again obtains IATA CEIV-Pharma certification
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Leipzig/Halle Airport: PortGround once again obtains IATA CEIV-Pharma certification


Leipzig/Halle – Dublin non-stop: the first Ryanair flight lands at Leipzig/Halle Airport
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Leipzig/Halle – Dublin non-stop: the first Ryanair flight lands at Leipzig/Halle Airport


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New leadership for the Communications & Political Relations department and a new Customer Experience division. The Non-Aviation section will be known as “Real Estate and Sustainability” in future.


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Leipzig/Halle Airport shares a joint stand with Airea and the Central German Metropolitan Region at the Expo Real 2022 trade fair


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PortGround Acquires First Electric Aircraft Tractor from Goldhofer


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A new service from Leipzig/Halle: Air Moldova flies to Chisinau


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Central German Airports: significant growth in passenger numbers in the first half of 2022


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Leipzig/Halle Airport region joins forces to attract investors


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Central German airports: far more passengers and freight during the first quarter


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Summer timetable: far more destinations are now available from the Central German airports


Air cargo volumes continue to grow significantly


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The Central German airports are job creators: twice as many people work there as in 2010