Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ)

Some airports in Germany have not been built because many people want to fly from these places, but mostly because of political reasons – every region wants to have a terminal. This airport was built in 1927 for another reason: air cargo.  Located near the cities Halle (Saale) and Leipzig on the ground of the small town Schkeuditz it is the #2 air cargo hub of Germany.

It looks brand new, has a good infrastructure but is located in no man’s land. In addition to air freight the airport also offers a lot of connections for humans, especially to Turkey. You can reach Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ) easily by far distance train. The ICE trains stop at a railway station very close to the terminal. After leaving the train you will directly find your way to the check-in counters. As not too many people fly from here you won’t need much time to get through the security check. Quite a good idea to use this airport!


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