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

The summer timetable starts at Leipzig/Halle and Dresden Air-ports on Sunday 27 March and is valid until 30 October; it pro-vides daily services to hubs and sunshine destinations.

Konrad Best, the Head of Business Development and Strategy, says, “We’re looking forward to the summer season with a sense of optimism. Following the setbacks caused by the pandemic, the number of scheduled flights to domestic and European des-tinations has more than doubled at Leipzig/Halle and almost tri-pled at Dresden. We’re seeing significant growth to tourist des-tinations too.”



Leipzig/Halle Airport

Athens is a new destination in the timetable. Condor will fly to the Greek capital every Monday and Thursday from May onwards. Passengers can comfortably fly on to eleven new destinations, including popular ones such as Naxos, Paros and Mytilene on Lesbos, via Athens from July onwards.

Condor is the number one holiday airline operating at Leipzig/Halle Airport with as many as 34 weekly departures to 11 destinations. In addition to the new destination in Athens, it also flies to the holiday regions of Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Las Palmas, Funchal, Heraklion, Hurghada, Corfu, Kos, Rhodes and Majorca.

European Air Charter with up to 19 weekly take-offs and Freebird Airlines Europe with 14 fly to sunshine destinations around the Mediterranean, on the Black Sea and near the Atlantic.  

Lufthansa connects Leipzig/Halle Airport with the hub at Frankfurt as many as five times a day and with the hub at Munich up to three times.
Eurowings will fly to Düsseldorf twice a day on Mondays – Fridays from May onwards.

Turkish Airlines is also returning to Leipzig/Halle and plans to operate daily flights to Istanbul from July onwards.  
Austrian Airlines flies to Vienna Mondays – Fridays and Sundays and will add a service on Saturdays from June onwards.

Vueling Airlines provides flights to Paris on Mondays and Fridays.   

The summer timetable at Leipzig/Halle Airport offers connections to 26 destinations in 15 different countries. As many as 196 flights will take off every week*.

Dresden Airport

The European cities of Amsterdam, London and Zurich are part of the summer timetable at Dresden once again.  

KLM is gradually expanding its service and will fly to Amsterdam daily. SWISS is also increasing the frequency of its flights and will operate a service between Dresden and Zurich on Mondays – Fridays and on Sundays from May onwards. Ryanair connects the Saxon state capital with London on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Lufthansa flies to the hubs at Frankfurt and Munich as many as five and four times a day respectively.

Eurowings connects Dresden with Düsseldorf on Mondays – Fridays and on Sundays. It will also operate services to Cologne/Bonn on Mondays – Fridays as well as on Sundays from the end of June. It offers flights to Stuttgart up to twice a day on Mondays – Fridays.

Ryanair connects Dresden with Palma de Mallorca every day except Tuesday. Eurowings also flies to the Balearic island on Mondays – Fridays and on Sundays.

Holidaymakers can also fly from Dresden to Antalya, Heraklion, Rhodes, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Burgas, Varna, Hurghada, Fuerteventura, Corfu and Kos.

Overall, the summer timetable at Dresden offers as many as 148 flights every week to 19 destinations in eight different countries*.

*Correct in March 2022

You can find more information on the timetable here:

Low-cost parking directly at the airports

Passengers can park their car for as little as EUR 15 per week at the Central German airports. This is possible at the P4 car park at Leipzig/Halle Airport and the P4A car park at Dresden Airport if the booking is made online.

You can find more information here:



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