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Leipzig Airport's official title its Leipzig/Halle Airport, although it's often referred to as Schkeuditz Airport. The facility serves the German cities of Leipzig and Halle, and the region of Saxony in which it is located. More than two million passengers use the airport each year, with Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa its full-service carriers and a number of low-cost airlines including Ryanair also operating here. Car hire in Leipzig Airport is provided by several companies.
Services for arriving, departing and transiting passengers at the two terminals include bars, restaurants, coffee shops and a good selection of shopping opportunities, both duty-free and duty-paid. Assistance for the disabled, currency exchange, ATMs, internet access and business facilities as well as long- and short-term parking lots come as standard here.
Leipzig, once part of East Germany, is a short drive from the airport with car rental in Leipzig Airport. It has undergone a considerable amount of restoration and renewal since reunification. The Old City district is still a place of fine large buildings and attractive old churches, and the ancient Town Hall dominates its main square. Worth visiting are the memorials to famous composers JS Bach and Felix Mendelssohn. The Baroque city of Dresden and even the capital, Berlin, can easily be reached from Leipzig.
Leipzig's climate is classed as continental, with summer temperatures rising to around 30?C on occasion and often plunging below freezing in the winter months. Winter sees snow on the ground for several weeks at a time. Spring, summer and even autumn are the best times for a visit here, both as regards weather and touring the beautiful countryside of Saxony.
Experienced motorists should have no qualms about a self-drive holiday in Germany, as almost all roads are extremely well-maintained and German drivers are competent and usually polite. Journey times between attractions are shortened by the lack of a speed limit on the autobahns covering swathes of the country. For the best deal on a rental car, compare car hire for your travel period well in advance.