Cologne Bonn, Munich, Vienna: Lufthansa Group expands services at Central German Airports

The Lufthansa Group is adding more routes at the two Central German airports. Following the coronavirus shutdown, Eurowings resumes flights from Dresden Airport to Cologne Bonn on 31 August.



At Leipzig/Halle Airport, Austrian Airlines is once again taking passengers to Vienna from 2 September. Lufthansa resumes flights from Leipzig/Halle to Munich on 7 September.

From the end of August, Eurowings is flying from Dresden Airport to Cologne/Bonn up to five times a week. The aircraft used on these flights are Airbus A319s and A320s. Eurowings already flies between the Saxon state capital and Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Palma de Mallorca. Within Germany, Lufthansa also flies to the country’s two largest airports, Frankfurt and Munich.

Two major international hubs are once again available non-stop from Leipzig/Halle from the beginning of September. Austrian Airlines is operating five flights a week to Vienna from 2 September; from there, a wide range of connections are available to destinations such as Chicago, Washington, Athens, Sarajevo, Sofia and Graz. With the resumption of flights, Leipzig/Halle is now also accessible to passengers travelling from various destinations including Zagreb, Nice and Thessaloniki via Vienna.

Lufthansa is also resuming flights between Leipzig/Halle and Munich. There will be up to 11 flights per week on this route from 7 September. From there, passengers have numerous onward flight options to destinations including London, Paris, Rome, San Francisco and New York.

The Leipzig/Halle-Düsseldorf route operated by Eurowings was added to German domestic flight services on 2 August. This airline also offers flights to Palma de Mallorca and Varna in the summer.

Flights can be booked at, and Timetables for Dresden and Leipzig/Halle Airports:

Protecting health has top priority

The Central German Airports have put extensive precautions in place to protect the health of passengers, visitors, partners and employees. The package of measures is based on the requirements of the responsible authorities and follows the recommendations of the German Airports Association (ADV).

The wearing of face coverings is compulsory inside all terminals. Airlines also generally require passengers to wear face coverings. Passengers should check the applicable requirements with their airline before travelling.

Other safety arrangements include protective screens at check-in desks and boarding pass checkpoints and disinfectant dispensers throughout the terminals. The airport operator provides passengers with information on safe behaviour and hygiene rules via monitors, information signs, PA announcements and floor markings.

The Free State of Saxony has set up coronavirus test centres for passengers entering Germany at Leipzig/Halle and Dresden Airports, in cooperation with the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians in Saxony (Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Sachsen). The centres are located landside at both airports: on the upper floor of the arrivals/departures terminal at Leipzig/Halle Airport and on the arrivals level in the terminal at Dresden Airport. The test centres are clearly signposted at both airports.



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