Summer 2024: News in Dresden and Leipzig

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With up to 56 weekly departures to 14 destinations, Condor is once again the number one holiday airline at Leipzig/Halle Airport. New to this summer flight schedule are the destinations Jerez de la Frontera in southern Spain and Agadir in Morocco. From May 17th and 20th, these sun destinations will be served on Fridays and Sundays and Mondays respectively.

Also new to the flight schedule are the destinations Bucharest and Tirana, which Wizz Air Malta will fly to from June and September respectively. Bucharest is offered twice a week, Tirana three times a week.

In total, the offer includes 29 sun destinations in Turkey, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Egypt, Italy, Portugal, Tunisia, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Croatia, Albania and Romania. The most frequently flown holiday destinations include Antalya, Hurghada and Mallorca.

From April 8th, Eurowings will again connect Leipzig/Halle Airport directly with Düsseldorf. The flights are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Aircraft from the Airbus A320 family are used. Lufthansa connects Leipzig/Halle Airport with the Frankfurt hub up to five times a day. Turkish Airlines operates the connection from Leipzig/Halle to its Istanbul hub five times a week. Through Istanbul, Turkish Airlines offers access to its global route network, which covers more than 300 destinations. Austrian Airlines operates the Leipzig/Halle – Vienna connection from Monday to Friday and on Sundays. Ryanair takes off from Leipzig/Halle to London three times a week. Leipzig/Halle Airport's summer flight schedule offers connections to 33 destinations in 16 countries, served by 29 airlines. Up to 221 passenger flights take off every week.

Dresden Airport

With up to 14 weekly departures, Sundair is the number one airline for holiday flights from Dresden. The airline serves destinations in Egypt, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria and, new this year, Tunisia.

The tour operator Momento powered by sz-Reisen is expanding the offer from Dresden. In April and May, trips to popular destinations in Italy such as the Amalfi Coast, Ischia, Sardinia, Sicily and the Aeolian Islands will be offered again. New travel offers are being added to the Greek island of Santorini and directly to the center of the Portuguese Algarve, to Faro. As the new airline at Dresden Airport, Fly Lili operates flights to Burgas for the tour operator DER Touristik in June and July, on Mondays and Saturdays. Eurowings and Ryanair, among others, fly to Palma de Mallorca six and twice a week respectively.

The most popular holiday destinations from Dresden include Antalya and Mallorca. The offer from Dresden includes a total of 18 sunny destinations in Turkey, Spain, Egypt, Bulgaria, Greece, Tunisia, Italy, Portugal and Montenegro.

Swiss connects Dresden with the Zurich hub from Monday to Friday and on Sundays, through which there are a number of onward flight options. Lufthansa flies to the Frankfurt hub up to four times a day. The hub in Munich is also accessed up to four times a day. There is direct access to the airline's global network via both airports. Eurowings connects Dresden with Düsseldorf from Monday to Friday and on Sundays.

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