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Dresden - Driving Directions

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By car to and from outside Dresden

Take the specified motorways or highways:

Berlin, Cottbus: Motorway A13, A4,

Dresden Airport exit

Cottbus: Highway B97 Görlitz, Bautzen: Motorway A4,

Dresden Airport exit

Bad Schandau, Pirna: Motorway A17, A4, (Dresden Airport exit) or highway B172, B97 Leipzig, Zwickau, Chemnitz: Motorway A4,

Dresden Airport exit

Czech Republic: Highway B170 (E55), B97 Poland: Motorway A4, Dresden Airport exit

The way to Dresden Airport is signposted from the motorways A4 and A13 and the federal highways.

By car to and from Dresden

From the city centre:

Orientation is provided through signs throughout the city. The highway B97 leaves the city northbound. In the district of Klotzsche, leave the highway and turn left into Karl-Marx-Straße, then after about 1 km right into Hermann-Reichelt-Straße (for the Dresden Airport Terminal).

To the city centre:

Orientation is provided through signs throughout the city. Hermann-Reichelt-Straße / Flughafenstraße / Karl-Marx-Straße leads through the district of Klotzsche to the highway B97. Turn right into B97, towards the city centre.

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Dresden - Public Transport

By taxi

The taxi journey from the city centre to the airport ranges from Euro 13 to 15. The taxi stand is directly in front of the terminal entrance.


Public transport


Dresden Airport Terminal has an underground urban railway station. Modern shuttle trains connect the airport with the centre of the state capital, Dresden.

The S-Bahn station is on the lower level of the terminal building. It takes about 13 minutes to travel to Dresden-Neustadt station, and about 21 minutes to Dresden Hauptbahnhof.

A single ticket for the Dresden tariff zone is Euro 1.80

(valid on S-Bahn, tram and bus).


VVO (Upper Elbe Regional Transport Association)

Phone: +49-180-22662266

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Nahverkehr DB AG (urban railway services)

Phone: +49-1803-194195

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S-Bahn line


Travel time to

Grenzstraße: 1 min Klotzsche: 4 min Industriegelände: 9 min Dresden-Neustadt: 13 min Dresden-Mitte: 16 min Freiberger Straße: 18 min Dresden Hauptbahnhof: 21 min


By tram and bus

Take the bus no. 77 from the airport. The bus stop is directly in front of the terminal entrance.

Get off the bus at the »Infineon Nord« stop and take the tram no. 7, direction Gorbitz. The city centre, Hauptbahnhof mainline station and many points of interest and interchange points are along the route of tram no. 7.

A single ticket for the Dresden tariff zone is Euro 1.70

(valid on S-Bahn, tram and bus). Bus no. 97 also calls at Dresden Airport, this bus goes to the Fontane Center, Käthe-Kollwitz-Platz (possibility to change to tram no. 7 towards the city centre) and Dresden-Hellerau.

Regional bus no. 425 connects the airport with the mask technology centre, AMD and the towns of Boxdorf and Radebeul.


Timetable information is available under the following addresses.

VVO (Upper Elbe Regional Transport Association)

Phone: +49-180-22662266

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Nahverkehr DB AG (urban railway services)

Phone: +49-1803-194195

Internet: www.bahn.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.bahn.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.bahn.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.bahn.de

Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe AG (municipal transport services)

Phone: +49-351-8571011

Internet: www.dvbag.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dvbag.de

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Dresden - Car Parking


There is a multi-storey car park for our passengers just opposite the terminal building. There are also three long-stay car parks at the periphery of the airport and a short-stay car park right next to the terminal drive-up bay.

In the multi-storey car park, you can leave you car protected from the weather and at a conveniently short distance from the terminal building. The multi-storey car park is recommended in particular for those who prefer a quick route to the check-in area or who come to the airport for a visit, a shopping expedition or dinner in a special atmosphere. If you are going on a trip and want to park your car at Dresden Airport for a longer period, we recommend the long-stay car parks nos. 2, 3, 4 and the multi-storey car park. If you just want to take your friends or family to the airport or to pick someone up, you may park your car in the short-stay car parks directly in front of the terminal building. If you come here in a rented car, you should park it on the marked, reserved car return areas of the appropriate car rental company in the multi-storey car park

There is a charge for the car parks. For long-stay parking, however, we offer parking vouchers valid for car parks 2, 3 and 4 and for the multi-storey car park. If you start your journey from Dresden Airport and intend to park your car for at least 7 days, the parking voucher saves you Euro 15 in parking charges.

There are reserved parking spaces for disabled persons in the multi-storey car park. Please notify us of any required assistance at the time when you buy your ticket.

Multi-storey car park

First hour: Euro 3.00 Each additional hour: Euro 2.00 8 to 24 hours: Euro 17.00 Daily rate from the second day: Euro 8.00 Daily rate from the 7th day: Euro 6.00

Short-stay car park

Maximum stay: 2 hours First half-hour: Euro 2.00 Each additional half-hour: Euro 1.00

Car park no. 2 Car park no. 4

First half-hour: Free of charge 1 hour: Euro 2.00 Each additional hour: Euro 1.00 8 to 24 hours: Euro 9.00 Daily rate from the second day: Euro 7.00 Daily rate from the 8th day: Euro 4.00

Car park no.3

1 hour: Euro 2.50 Each additional hour: Euro 1.50 8 to 24 hours: Euro 13.00 Daily rate from the second day: Euro 7.50 Daily rate from the 8th day: Euro 5.00

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Dresden - Intra Terminal Transfer

Car park is in walking distance from the terminal building.

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Dresden - Car Hire

Car rentals on the Arrivals level

The following car rental firms have offices at Dresden Airport:


Phone: +49-351-8814600/1/2/4


Phone: +49-351-8814640/1


Phone: +49-351-8814590/1


Phone: +49-351-8814580/1/3/4

National Car Rental

Phone: +49-351-8814575/6


Phone: +49-180-5262525

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Dresden - Info And Helpdesks

The airport information desk staff will be happy to help you in any way.

Phone: +49-351-8813360

Airport information desk on the Arrivals level


Lost & Found

If any of your luggage is missing or if you notice any damage to your luggage, please contact the luggage tracing counter (Lost & Found) on the Arrivals level.

Terminal maps: Lost & Found

You may also contact the Lufthansa information hotline:

Phone: +49-1805 747402

Next: Dresden Airport Facilities »

Dresden - Airport Facilities

Chapel on the Level 0 - Arrivals level

Automatic travel insurance machine on the Level 1 - Departures level

Baby change rooms on the Level 0 - Arrivals level

Federal Police on the Level 1 - Departures level

Automatic check-in counters on the Level 1 - Departures level

Check-in desks on the Level 1 - Departures level

EC cashpoint on the Level 0 - Arrivals level

Children's play areas on the Level 2 - restaurant and conference level

Lufthansa lounge on the Level 1 - Departures level

Smokers' areas: on the Level 0 - Arrivals level, Level 1 - Departures level, Level 2 - restaurant and conference level

Outsize luggage desk on the Level 1 - Departures level

Public phones: on the Level 0 - Arrivals level, Level 1 - Departures level, Level 2 - restaurant and conference level

Rest rooms: on the Level 0 - Arrivals level, Level 1 - Departures level, Level 2 - restaurant and conference level

VIP lounge on the Level 0 - Arrivals level



Shopping facilities on the Arrivals level

Press/Books/Lotto "Relay"

Phone: +49-351-8815371

Monday to Friday: 7 am to 8 pm

Saturday: 7 am to 6 pm

Sunday: 7 am to 8 pm

Wiener Feinbäcker bakery

Phone: +49-351-8815330

Monday to Friday: 7 am to 7 pm

Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 8 am to 6 pm

Market Place minimarket

Phone: +49-351-8815260

Monday to Friday: 7 am to 7 pm

Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 8 am to 6 pm

Spiel-in games

Phone: 0351-8896505

Monday to Friday: 8 am to 11.30 pm

Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 10 am to 11.30 pm

Shopping facilities on the Departures level

Airport jeweller

Phone: +49-351-8815240

Internet: www.flughafenjuwelier.de

Monday to Friday: 10 am to 8 pm

Saturday: 10 am to 4 pm

Sunday: 10 am to 8 pm

Airport jeweller

Press/Books/Sweets "Relay"

(passengers only)

Phone: +49-351-8815373

Monday to Friday: 5 am to 8 pm

Saturday: 5 am to 6 pm

Sunday: 5 am to 8 pm

Duty free shop / Travel value

(passengers only)

For current offers contact:

Phone: +49-351-8815223

Internet: www.travel-value.de

Daily, depending on flight timetable

Toys & souvenirs- Matthies shopping gallery

(passengers only)

Phone: +49-351-8815280

Daily 7 am to 8 pm



The refurbishment of the restaurant area in the Dresden Airport Terminal began in February. By mid-March there will be a spacious, modern self-service Food Court covering some 400 square metres. The facility will seat about 100 people, and customers will have a panoramic view of the airport apron from their tables.

The new restaurant will be located on Level 2 and will take the place of the Fliegerhorst Restaurant and the former Burger King outlet. You will be able to put together your own menu from a selection of market-style food counters serving a range of daily specials, fresh salads, desserts and hot and cold drinks. From April, brunch – featuring a themed buffet and live music – will be served on the first Sunday of every month.

The Fliegerhorst Restaurant closed on 4 February for the renovation work. However, there are still plenty of places to eat and drink at the Dresden Airport Terminal. Café Lifestyle in the Departures hall and the bar in the Arrivals hall both have plenty of extra seats. Café Lifestyle also serves daily specials and fresh bagels.

The catering facilities at the Dresden Airport Terminal have been operated by Flair GmbH Dresden since 1 June 2005. Once the Food Court is open, Café Lifestyle and the bar in the Departures hall will also be refurbished. The work is scheduled for completion by the end of 2006.


Flair GmbH Dresden

Wilhelmine-Reichard-Ring 1

01109 Dresden

Phone: +49-351-881 58 00

Fax:+49-351-881 58 05



Opening hours:

Bistro on the Arrivals level: open 24 hours a day Café on the Departures level: open daily from 6 am to 8 pm Restaurant »Chili«: open daily from 11 am to 8 pm Snack bar on the Departures level (departure lounge, passengers only): hours depending on flight timetable


Luggage room: You will find left luggage lockers in front of the Arrivals area in the terminal building.

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Dresden - Conference Facilities

Conference centre, events

Meetings at the airport

Meet your business partners in a relaxed atmosphere. Make the best use of your time and avoid wasting time travelling to the city centre: Our conference centre provides a wide range of conference rooms of different sizes. All rooms are air-conditioned and provide an excellent view of the apron and aircraft taking off and landing. Up-to-date conference equipment, internet access and individual care are standard. The catering services provided by us leaves no culinary wish unfulfilled.


Sabine Göbel

Customer service

Phone: +49-351-8813010




Communications equipment

Numerous companies who work in the field of aviation and tourism have offices at the airport. Moreover, Dresden Airport also has office space available for companies who work in different fields of business. All companies can use the rooms and general facilities of the airport, as well as the communications services offered. Being a company in the transport sector with connections worldwide, Dresden Airport has to rely on efficient and secure communication technologies. You too can benefit from this competence.


Ralf Beutin


Phone: +49-351-8812610



Our services in detail

We plan and install customer-specific office communications systems based on market monitoring and analysis and taking economical solutions into consideration.

We provide you with all communications services including the required terminal equipment for the following systems:

Telecommunications systems

Digital or analogue extensions with all ISDN features and terminal stations (ISDN/digital/analogue/wireless) in standard or comfort versions

Voice mail boxes

Office communication devices

Fax machines (thermal/laser)

Copiers etc.


Company radio system based on a trunking system

Mobile telephone communication

Security systems

Integration into an existing security system at the airport for

o Fire alarms

Fire alarm systems

o Burglar alarms

Burglar alarm systems

o Video surveillance with cameras

CCTV systems

Customer-specific systems can also be installed as stand-alone solutions.

Public address system

Use of general announcements, as well as activation of customer-specific information announcements

Central clock system High-quality physical infrastructure / active data network based on optical fibre and structuring CAT 5 wiring

The installations are carried out by our qualified service staff. The service packages are of excellent quality and oriented towards the needs of our customers. Your wishes will be taken into account at short notice.


IT services

The IT Service Centre runs about 45 different EDP solutions and thus provides services for more than 120 computers and their users. A secure and fast data network with more than 600 possible terminals can be used by all companies and offices at the airport.

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Dresden - Handicapped Facilities

Disabled passengers

The Dresden Airport Terminal is disabled-friendly. The entrance to the Terminal has no steps, and all levels are accessible by lift. There is also a lift linking the underground S-Bahn station with the Terminal. There are disabled toilets and telephones in the building.

Check-in, passport control and customs

If you need assistance, please let us know when booking your flight or at the check-in counter. We will accompany you to or from your aircraft and we will take care of your luggage for you. We have a special vehicle with a hydraulic lift available. We will also assist you through passport control and customs.

Parking spaces

There are short-stay disabled parking spaces immediately outside the Dresden Airport Terminal. These can be used free for a short time on display of a category aG or BI disabled pass.

For longer parking, please use the multi-storey car park. You can also park free there on display of a category aG or BI disabled pass.

To use the multi-storey car park:

Before departure:

Take a ticket at the barrier on your way into the car park. Park in one of the specially designated disabled parking spaces. These are on the ground floor near the pedestrian access to the Terminal building and on the first floor next to the glass pedestrian bridge to the Terminal. Place your disabled pass in a clearly visible position on your vehicle’s dashboard.

After landing:

After landing at Dresden Airport, please go to the Airport Information desk and ask one of the staff there to call the car park supervisor. The supervisor will let you out of the car park free of charge on presentation of your category aG or BI disabled pass and your car park ticket.

All these services are free of charge. Please do not hesitate to contact one of our ground staff at the Dresden Airport Terminal for assistance.

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Dresden - Wireless Lan

Vodafone provide WiFi through airport. (€24.95 per day / 30 min/€3.95, 2 hours/€9.95)

Next: Dresden Hotels »

Dresden - Hotels

Best Western Premier Airport Hotel Dresden

Karl -Marx -Strasse 25, Dresden, 01109, DE

Phone: 0049-(0)351-8 83 30

Fax: 0049-(0)351-883 3333

Airport car - courtesy airport transport

The Best Western Premier Airport Hotel Dresden is a first-class business hotel, conveniently located 1 kilometer from the airport. Close to natural reserve "Dresdner Heide". Not far from the city center, sights of the town, the fairground and the park. Our hotel offers a health club, sauna, solarium, our meeting room will accommodate up to 80 guests. The Best Western Premier Airport Hotel Dresden guest rooms feature 16-inch cable television with in-room movies or VCR, telephone with dataports, AM/FM alarm clock, coffee/tea maker, hairdryer, mini-bar, China/ceramic and glass tumblers, 8 clothes hangars and we also have room service

Best Western Macrander Hotel Dresden

Buchenstr, 10, Dresden, 01097, Germany

Phone: 49 (0) 351-8151900

Local shuttle on request, charge may apply Airport car on request

The Best Western Macrander Hotel Dresden is a modern business and conference hotel in a great location. The unique atmosphere is surrounded by the discreet attentiveness of our professional team. The Best Western Macrander Hotel Dresden is conveniently equipped with fitness area, pool and sauna. We are an ideal location for business, conferences and leisure tours.

Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden

Taschenberg 3

01067 Dresden


Phone: +49 (0) 351 49 12 0

Fax: +49 (0) 351 49 12 812

Welcome to the unique Taschenbergpalais in the heart of Dresden's Oldtown. Here you are surrounded by 300 years of tradition and 10 years of innovation. This jewel glances amidst this resurrected city of culture and technology.

Come to the heart of Dresden and inhale future and past, innovation and tradition with every breath you take...

Hilton Dresden hotel

An der Frauenkirche 5, Dresden, Germany 01067

Tel: 49-351-86420

Fax: 49-351-8642725

Airport distance from hotel: 5 mi. Drive time: 20 min.

Overlooking the Frauenkirche church and the River Elbe, the Hilton Dresden hotel is set in the heart of historic Dresden. Just 20 minutes' drive from the airport, the hotel has a 24-hour business center, wireless internet access in all rooms and 15 meeting rooms for 6-700 guests.

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Dresden - News Update

Press Release (53/2006), 14.12.2006

Dresden Airport: Looking back over a successful 2006 - Runway renovation takes off - Non-stop flights to London and more flights to Cologne Bonn from March

2006 has been an extremely successful year for Dresden Airport. More than 1.8 million passengers took off and landed in Saxony's capital city for the first time this year. Since the end of July renovation work has been ongoing on the runway, which is being extended to 2,850 metres - one of the biggest and most demanding projects in the airport's history. The Airport’s flight route network has been expanded: 70 destinations in 17 countries in Europe, northern Africa and western Asia were available in the 2006 timetable, with more new routes being added in 2007. From the end of March, British Airways will be flying non-stop to London every day, and Germanwings will be operating up to three flights a day to Cologne Bonn.

2006 at a glance: More passengers, more flights, renovations under way, runway being extended

On 13 December Dresden Airport set a new passenger record by welcoming its 1.8 millionth passenger. This mark had never before been crossed within one year. During the first nine months of the year Dresden Airport saw passenger numbers increase by 4.2% over the same period in the previous year. In September alone, the airport handled 203,898 passengers – the highest monthly figure in Dresden Airport’s 71-year history.

Dresden Airport expanded its network of flights in 2006. Dresden has been part of Air Berlin's Euro Shuttle network since the end of March, with flights to the Palma de Mallorca and Nuremberg hubs on up to six days a week. New foreign destinations are Athens, the Greek island of Samos and Asturias Oviedo in Spain. Cirrus Airlines increased the frequency of its flights to Zurich and now operates up to three flights a day between Dresden and the Swiss financial capital.

In March Friedrichshafen became the ninth German destination from Dresden. The Austrian airline Intersky operates this route - initially with three flights a week, with an additional daily flight added at the end of October. In addition to dba’s Dresden - Munich route, the airline has been offering flights between Dresden and Dusseldorf since May. Because of the great demand on this route, dba increased the frequency of flights to Dusseldorf, bringing the total number of flights between the capital cities of Saxony and North Rhine Westphalia to up to three a day. Lufthansa increased the frequency of its daily flights to Frankfurt to seven this year. In November Dresden Airport welcomed the 100,000th Lufthansa flight since 1990.

The first sod in the runway renovation and extension project was turned on 28 July. Since then the preparatory work has been progressing well. The contractors have relocated the peripheral road, the security fence and Schelsweg. New cable networks have also been laid and the foundations for the approach lights have been built.

A new helicopter hangar was built at the airport between May and December. This new 1,885 m2 hangar will house the three police helicopters and the German Air Rescue Service’s Eurocopter EC 135, also known as ‘Christoph 38’. The building will be officially opened on 9 March 2007. The four helicopters are currently housed in Hangar 285 in the north-eastern part of the airport grounds. EADS Elbe Flugzeugwerke also needs more space in Hangar 285 for converting two passenger aircraft to cargo planes in parallel in the future.

The safety regulations introduced on 1 January 2006 also led to some structural alterations. Among these was the redesign of the main entrance to the aviation security area. A 154 m2 security lodge matching the design of the Terminal was built. The two entrance lanes were completely roofed over to accommodate vehicle checks. Gate 14, as it is known, is used by employees, suppliers, contractors, fuel delivery services and other service providers. The new main entrance took six months to build and opened on 6 December.

In March the Airport, the Oberelbe Traffic Federation and Deutsche Bahn celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Terminal and S-Bahn line no. 2 with a special trip to the airport station, Saxony's only underground railway station. Since it opened on 25 March 2001, the new Terminal building has processed more than 9.5 million passengers. Almost 6 million passengers have travelled on the S2 (Pirna - Airport) in the same period. During the first six months of 2006 about 7,600 passengers used this line every weekday - an increase of 7% on the same period in 2005. Four additional trains have been running between Pirna and the airport every weekday since 10 December (bringing the total to 26 in each direction).

The services and catering facilities in the Dresden Airport Terminal have been revamped. The Relay newsstand on the arrivals level doubled its sales area in January and now sells a range of about 1,600 newspapers and magazines in its 130 m2 retail space. Wireless Internet access (WLAN) has been available at the Airport since February. The Chili Restaurant with its panoramic view of the runway opened in April. Every first Sunday of the month the Chili team serve brunch to the sounds of live music.

In 2006 the new Terminal was the setting for numerous events such as the Jugend forscht (Youth Researches) competition and the Dixieland Festival. A total of 4,000 visitors attended Neighbours' Day in June. Future holidaymakers flocked to the Airport to book their holidays during the three Travel Days. In the summer Opel presented the new Corsa to 1,000 journalists from 40 countries. In August there were air tours and guided walks on offer as part of the "Dresdenmobil" mobility week. A culinary journey round the world awaits guests at the New Year’s Eve party on the Gallery level. And on 11 May next year the Terminal will once again reverberate to the sounds of Dixieland music at the Blues, Boogie and Swing Festival.

According to an employee survey, which includes the employees of the EADS Elbe Flugzeugwerke, a total of 2,413 people were working for 119 companies at Dresden Airport on 31 December 2005. This is an increase of 4.5% compared with 2004. The companies of Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG - Flughafen Dresden GmbH and PortGround GmbH - employ 327 people. The other jobs are shared among service providers, tenant firms and aviation companies.

Flughafen Dresden GmbH is expecting to have achieved sales revenues of €38.3 million by the end of the year - a 2.1% increase on last year. Two-thirds of the airport's total sales come from aviation and one third from non-aviation. This includes the sale of retail, restaurant, office and event space and the car parking business.

Looking forward to a successful 2007: London non-stop, more flights to the south and to Cologne Bonn, runway to be concreted

From 25 March business and leisure travellers will be able to fly directly from Dresden to London Gatwick for shopping, sightseeing or business meetings every day. British Airways will be operating a 147-seater Boeing 737-400 on this route. The journey time will be just under two hours.

Daily connection Dresden – London

Depart London: 12:10 (local time) Arrive Dresden: 15:05

Depart Dresden: 15:40 Arrive London: 16:40 (local time)

Flights on the new non-stop Dresden - London route can be booked online at www.ba.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.ba.com and www.dresden-airport.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dresden-airport.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dresden-airport.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dresden-airport.de, by phone on 0044 870 850 9850 and at all travel agencies. British Airways are offering return flights for as little as £78 (€115) including taxes.

Gatwick Airport has the quickest and cheapest connections to the City of London of any of London’s major airports. The Gatwick Express ( www.gatwickexpress.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.gatwickexpress.com ) leaves the Airport for Victoria Station every 15 minutes. Journeys on this route take 30 minutes. A single rail ticket costs £14, and a return journey £25. London Gatwick offers connecting flights to destinations all over the world. Its timetable includes more than 200 destinations on 90 airlines.

In February Air Berlin will be adding Friday and Sunday flights to its Palma de Mallorca route and Wednesday flights to its Nuremberg route. So there will be a total of three flights a week to the Mallorca hub and five to Nuremberg, both of which offer connecting flights to numerous holiday destinations and European cities. From 6 February this year there has been a non-stop Air Berlin flight to Madeira every Tuesday.

Connecting flights via Palma de Mallorca and Nuremberg

Palma de Mallorca (14 destinations in Spain and Portugal): Alicante, Almeria, Asturias Oviedo, Barcelona, Bilbao, Ibiza, Jerez de la Frontera, Madrid, Malaga, Seville, Santiago de Compostela, Valencia (Spain), Lisbon, Faro (Portugal)

Nuremberg (23 destinations in 11 countries): Fuerteventura, Lanzarote Arrecife, Las Palmas, Tenerife North, Tenerife South, Santa Cruz de la Palma (Spain), Hurghada, Luxor, Marsa Alam, Sharm el Sheik (Egypt), Rome Fiumicino, Milan Bergamo, Catania (Italy), Agadir, Fez (Morocco), Djerba, Monastir (Tunisia), Antalya (Turkey), Malta, Madeira Funchal (Portugal), Paris Charles de Gaulle (France), Vienna (Austria), Budapest (Hungary)

Germanwings is introducing a late flight between Dresden and Cologne Bonn on 28 March, bringing the total number of flights on this route to three a day and 17 a week. The additional flight will be offered on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. One-way flights are available from €19 including taxes from www.germanwings.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.germanwings.com, www.dresden-airport.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dresden-airport.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dresden-airport.de" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.dresden-airport.de and from all travel agencies.

Dresden – Cologne Bonn

Depart Cologne Bonn: 20:00 Arrive Dresden: 21:05

Depart Dresden: 21:30 Uhr Arrive Cologne Bonn: 22:35 Uhr

In March next year a 300-strong team start work on the new, 350 m longer runway in parallel to the old runway. Most of the construction work will take place during the night, although flights will have to be stopped on four weekends in June so that the 40 cm deep concrete surface can be laid. The completely renovated runway, which is being extended to 2,850 metres, is scheduled to be opened on 6 September 2007. The old one will be torn up and greened over afterwards. After completion of the new runway, a total of about €500 million will have been invested in extending and refurbishing Dresden Airport since 1990.


Flughafen Dresden GmbH

Marketing/Public Relations

Tel: +49 - 351 - 881 30 31

Fax: +49 - 351 - 881 30 35


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