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

The network of routes operating from Leipzig/Halle is growing: Ryanair is launching a service to the Irish capital, Dublin, punctually to coincide with the start of the winter timetable. The airline will also be connecting Leipzig/Halle with London from 4 November onwards.


Ryanair is taking off for Dublin from Leipzig/Halle from 2 November onwards. The scheduled flights to Dublin will operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays. Ryanair will also offer a connection to London (Stansted) again from 4 November onwards; this service will operate three times a week, on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays.

You can find more information and make bookings here: www.rya-nair.com/de/de

Götz Ahmelmann, the CEO of Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG, comments, “Ryanair is starting two services at the beginning of the winter season and our region now has direct connections to Dublin and London! This is the fastest and most comfortable route to Ireland and Great Britain from Central Germany. We’re really thrilled to have these new direct flights and are convinced that they’ll be well received!”

Annika Ledeboer, the Ryanair Country Manager für die DACH region (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), adds, “Ryanair is Europe’s number 1 airline and is delighted to officially celebrate its comeback at Leipzig/Halle Airport by launching our new services to London and Dublin at the start of the winter timetable. Our new winter timetable for Leipzig/Halle Airport is starting today and we’ll transport 40,300 customers to and from Leipzig/Halle this winter. We’re really pleased to be investing in regional airports such as Leipzig/Halle in order to promote growth in the region and create well-paid jobs in the aviation sector; at the same time, we’re stimulating the inbound tourism for the Leipzig and Halle region and we’re promoting the recovery in tourism after the pan-demic. While the government is pampering the national hubs and forgetting to provide connections for people who live in rural areas, Ryanair is offering these residents more opportunities to discover Europe from their home region.”



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