Winter 2023/24: Leipzig with around 135 passenger flights per week

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Leipzig/Halle Airport's winter flight schedule offers connections to 16 destinations in 9 countries, served by 16 airlines. Up to 135 flights take off every week.

Abu Dhabi and Dubai, two metropolises on the Arabian Peninsula, can be reached non-stop from Leipzig/Halle this winter season. For the first time since October 14th, the tour operator Etihad Holidays has been connecting the capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, with Leipzig/Halle twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The package holidays can be booked via the Etihad Holidays website at and at travel agencies. Offers include 15-day round trips from 999 euros per person, stops include Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah. Transfers and excursions are included in the price. Holidaymakers spend their stay in four and five star hotels including breakfast or all inclusive.

From November 9th, the airline SmartLynx Airlines will be connecting Leipzig/Halle with Dubai for the tour operator FTI, which is now on offer again after 2019. The connections are offered twice a week. With up to 28 weekly departures to 7 destinations, Condor is the number one holiday airline at Leipzig/Halle Airport.

The holiday regions of Arrecife, Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Las Palmas, Funchal, Hurghada and Mallorca are served. European Air Charter takes off to sunny destinations around the Red Sea and in the Atlantic up to six times a week. The holiday destinations served are: Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Gran Canaria and Marsa Alam.

Lufthansa connects Leipzig/Halle Airport with the Frankfurt and Munich hubs up to five times or twice a day. Turkish Airlines flies from Leipzig/Halle to its Istanbul hub up to five times a week. Austrian Airlines operates the Leipzig/Halle – Vienna connection up to eleven times a week. Ryanair flights take off from Leipzig/Halle to London three times a week.

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