Air Lipsia

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Air Lipsia
IATA ICAO Callsign
W2 - -
Founded 2010
Operating bases Leipzig/Halle Airport
Company slogan Way to Go!
Headquarters Leipzig/Halle Airport, Germany
Key people Günter Karch (CEO)

Air Lipsia is a German regional airline based at Leipzig/Halle Airport.


The airline commenced operations on 31 October 2010 with flights to Brussels. The name Air Lipsia comes from the old Latin and Italian name for Leipzig. As of October 2010 services to other destinations such as London were planned with a leased Boeing 737-500.[1]


According to the schedule of Leipzig/Halle Airport, Air Lipsia doesn't provide scheduled traffic as of November 2013.[2]


As of November 2010 the Air Lipsia fleet consisted of one Saab 340 aircraft operated by Central Connect Airlines, with 33 seats.[3] As of December 2013, Central Connect Airlines doesn't operate for Air Lipsia anymore.[4]