Dresden and Leipzig with new routes in winter 2022/23

Leipzig / Halle Airport (Photo: Leipzig / Halle Airport GmbH, Uwe Schossig).
Leipzig / Halle Airport (Photo: Leipzig / Halle Airport GmbH, Uwe Schossig).

Dresden and Leipzig with new routes in winter 2022/23

Leipzig / Halle Airport (Photo: Leipzig / Halle Airport GmbH, Uwe Schossig).
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On Sunday, October 30, 2022, the 2022/23 winter timetable will also start in Dresden and Leipzig/Halle. Non-stop flights to 18 countries are offered from the two airports. There are new flight offers from Leipzig/Halle to Dublin and London. The winter timetable is valid until March 25, 2023.

The low-cost airline Ryanair will start a non-stop connection to Dublin from Leipzig on November 2, 2022. London-Stansted will follow on November 4, 2022. Scheduled flights to Ireland operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays. Flights to the UK operate three times a week, on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays.

Hurghada and Marsa Alam are direct flights to two sunny destinations in Egypt. On the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), Fuerteventura and Tenerife are headed for directly from Leipzig/Halle. Also on the departure board: Palma de Mallorca and Funchal (Madeira). Four different airlines offer flights to Antalya from Leipzig/Halle. The Turkish holiday destination can thus be reached up to eight times a week. Within Germany, two destinations can be reached directly from Leipzig/Halle. Lufthansa flies to the hubs in Frankfurt and Munich up to four or twice a day.

In addition to the new connections to London and Dublin, the range of European city connections includes flights with Austrian Airlines to Vienna (up to 10 flights per week) and Paris with Vueling (up to twice a week).

9 airlines take off from Dresden Airport to 11 destinations in 7 countries. Three destinations are served within Germany. Lufthansa connects Dresden up to five times a day with the Frankfurt hub and up to three times a day with Munich. The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings connects the Dresden region with Düsseldorf (up to eleven times a week).

Ryanair also connects Dresden with London (Stansted) in the upcoming winter flight schedule. The Irish low-cost airline takes off from Dresden on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Saxon state capital is also connected to important European hubs. KLM offers up to 6 weekly flights to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. The Lufthansa subsidiary SWISS also flies to Zurich up to six times a week.

Numerous tourist destinations are offered non-stop from Dresden in the winter flight schedule. From Dresden, sun-seekers can choose between flights to the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) and Tenerife, as well as to Hurghada in Egypt. In addition, Palma de Mallorca and Antalya are driven directly.

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