Autumn holidays: 142 tourist and scheduled flights from Dresden and Leipzig/Halle at the start of the holidays

Dresden Airport (Photo: Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG).
Dresden Airport (Photo: Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG).

Autumn holidays: 142 tourist and scheduled flights from Dresden and Leipzig/Halle at the start of the holidays

Dresden Airport (Photo: Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG).
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From Friday to Sunday, a total of 142 passenger planes will take off from central German airports - 52 of them at Dresden Airport and 90 at Leipzig/Halle Airport. In addition to sunny destinations on the Mediterranean, in the Atlantic and on the Red Sea, German and European cities are on the departure board. 

67 holiday planes and 23 scheduled flights will take off from Leipzig/Halle for the first holiday weekend. 28 machines start to Antalya, nine to Hurghada. Palma de Mallorca and Heraklion will be served six times at the start of the holiday season. Three flights take off for Las Palmas, Rhodes and Istanbul. Two flights each start to Corfu, Kos and Fuerteventura. A total of 19 airlines will take off from LEJ to 19 sunny destinations at the start of the holiday season. In addition, 23 scheduled flights depart from the airport to hubs, including Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Istanbul and Paris-Orly.

At the start of the holiday season, 23 holiday planes and 29 scheduled flights will take off from Dresden. Eight aircraft take off for Antalya, seven for Palma de Mallorca and four for Heraklion. Other holiday planes start to Hurghada, Fuerteventura and Rhodes as well as Kos. Lufthansa departs most frequently from Dresden. The airline takes its passengers to the hubs in Frankfurt and Munich. In addition, Eurowings flies three times to the Düsseldorf hub. Further scheduled flights to major European cities are offered via the KLM or Swiss connection to Amsterdam and Zurich, as well as to London-Stansted with Ryanair.

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