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Leipzig/Halle continues to grow for the 13th consecutive year

Leipzig/Halle continues to grow for the 13th consecutive year

Leipzig/Halle Airport has grown for the 13th consecutive year with volumes increasing by 7.7 per cent in the first nine months of 2017.

Germany’s second largest cargo airport has handled 828,163 tonnes between January and September, meaning growth at Europe’s fifth busiest freight airport is continuing for the 13th year in succession.

The airport passed the one million tonne mark in 2016, and is home to more than 40 cargo airlines, and global logistics companies such as DHL Express, Aerologic and Ruslan Salis.

Mitteldeutsche Airport Holding is the parent company of Mitteldeutsche Flughafen, and the group has three subsidiaries: Leipzig/Halle Airport, Dresden International Airport and PortGround.

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