Leipzig / Halle Airport and Dresden Airport: Lufthansa Group is expanding its range

Photo: Flughafen Leipzig / Halle GmbH, Uwe Schoßig

The Lufthansa Group takes on further routes at the Central German airports. After the Corona-related forced break, Eurowings will take off from Dresden Airport to Cologne / Bonn on August 31. Austrian Airlines will take off for Vienna again from Leipzig / Halle Airport on September 2nd. Lufthansa will be flying from Leipzig / Halle to Munich from September 7th.

From the end of August, Eurowings will take off from Dresden Airport to Cologne / Bonn up to five times a week. Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft are used on the route. In addition, Eurowings already connects the Saxon capital with Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Palma de Mallorca. In Germany, Lufthansa also flies to the two largest German airports in Frankfurt and Munich.

From the beginning of September two important international hubs can be reached non-stop from Leipzig / Halle. From September 2nd, Austrian Airlines will be flying to Vienna five times a week. There, passengers have a variety of connection options, including to Chicago, Washington, Athens, Sarajevo, Sofia or Graz. With the resumption of flights, Leipzig / Halle can also be reached by passengers from a wide variety of destinations, including Zagreb, Nice or Thessaloniki, via a connecting connection in Vienna.

Lufthansa also connects Leipzig / Halle with Munich again. The route will be flown up to eleven times a week from September 7th. Here passengers have numerous onward flight options, for example to London, Paris, Rome, San Francisco or New York.

The Leipzig / Halle – Düsseldorf route from Eurowings has been supplementing the domestic German flight offer since August 2nd. The airline is also heading to Palma de Mallorca and Varna in the summer flight schedule.

Protecting health is a top priority
Central German airports have taken extensive precautions to protect the health of passengers, visitors, partners and employees. The package of measures is based on the specifications of the responsible authorities and is based on the recommendations of the Airport Association ADV.

Mouth and nose protection must be worn in the terminals. With airlines, too, there is usually an obligation to cover the face and nose. Passengers should find out about the applicable regulations in advance from their airline.

Other precautions include separating discs at the check-in counters and at the boarding pass controls and disinfectant dispensers in the terminals. The airport company ensures that passengers are kept informed about the rules of conduct and hygiene via monitors, signs, announcements and markings.

In cooperation with the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians in Saxony, the Free State of Saxony has set up corona test centers for travelers returning at Leipzig / Halle and Dresden airports. The premises are located in the public area of ​​both airports – at Leipzig / Halle Airport on the upper floor of the arrival / departure terminal, at Dresden Airport on the arrival level of the passenger building. The test centers are signposted at both airports.

Source: PM Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG

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