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Leipzig/Halle eyes investment programme

Leipzig/Halle Airport has confirmed that it will develop new apron areas, logistics and office buildings, as well as a second dedicated freight centre. 

Götz Ahmelmann, ceo of the airport’s holding company Mitteldeutsche Flughafen.

The planned investments will total approximately EUR500 million (USD563.1 million).

Götz Ahmelmann, ceo of the airport’s holding company Mitteldeutsche Flughafen, said: “We can now continue to expand our excellent market position for cargo. Leipzig/Halle Airport is already the fifth-largest freight hub in Europe and the second-largest in Germany. And this growth is continuing: we were able to set a new record with freight volumes totalling 110,419 tonnes as recently as March 2019.”

www.mdf-ag.com

www.leipzig-halle-airport.de

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