149 tourist and scheduled flights from Dresden and Leipzig/Halle

Dresden Airport (Photo: Flughafen Dresden GmbH, Michael Weimer)
Dresden Airport (Photo: Flughafen Dresden GmbH, Michael Weimer)

149 tourist and scheduled flights from Dresden and Leipzig/Halle

Dresden Airport (Photo: Flughafen Dresden GmbH, Michael Weimer)
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Summer holidays start in Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony and Thuringia: From Thursday to Sunday, a total of 149 passenger planes take off from Central German airports - 63 of them at Dresden Airport and 86 at Leipzig/Halle Airport.

In addition to German and European metropolises, sunny destinations on the Mediterranean, in the Atlantic, on the Black and Red Seas are on the departure board.

63 holiday planes and 23 scheduled flights will take off from Leipzig/Halle on the first holiday weekend

Start to Antalya from Leipzig/Halle 16 machines, 8 to Palma de Mallorca, 6 to Heraklion, 5 to Burgas, 4 to Rhodes, 3 to Varna, 3 to Kos and 2 to Corfu. Other holiday airlines fly to the Canary Islands of Gran Canaria (3), Fuerteventura (2) and Tenerife (1). . Five machines take passengers to Hurghada, two to Marsa Alam, and one flight each to Enfidha, Funchal on Madeira and Monastir. A total of 13 airlines will take off from Leipzig/Halle Airport to 16 destinations in the sun at the start of the holiday season. Condor is once again the largest holiday airline at the Leipzig/Halle location. From July 14th to 17th, with up to 19 departures, it offers the most opportunities to start your summer vacation from Leipzig/Halle. Destinations in Spain and Greece are served.

In addition, 23 scheduled flights to hubs depart from Leipzig/Halle Airport, 8 of them to Munich, 6 to Frankfurt, 4 to Istanbul, 4 to Vienna and 1 to Paris Orly.

At the start of the holiday season, 27 holiday planes and 36 scheduled flights will take off from Dresden

8 machines take off for Palma de Mallorca, 7 for Antalya and 3 for Kos. Other holiday planes take off twice each for Burgas, Heraklion and Rhodes and once each for Fuerteventura, Corfu and Hurghada. With a total of 13 departures at the start of the holiday season, Sundair is the leading tourist airline. Lufthansa departs most frequently from Dresden. The airline takes its passengers to the hubs in Frankfurt (16) and Munich (10). In addition, Eurowings flies four times to the Düsseldorf hub. Further scheduled flights to major European cities are offered via the Swiss connection to Zurich (3), via the KLM connection to Amsterdam (1) and with Ryanair to London-Stansted (2). A total of 9 airlines with 63 departures serve 15 sunny and scheduled destinations from Dresden.

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