Information for terminal visitors
During private events the visitor platform is not open to the public. It may also be closed for setting-up before and dismantling after such events.
You can check whether the visitor platform is open before your visit by phoning the airport information desk on +49 (0)351 881-3360.
Thank you very much for your understanding.
3 October 2014: Grand Airport Flea Market at the terminal (10:00 - 18:00)
Flughafen Dresden GmbH and Sächsische Zeitung have pleasure in inviting you to the first flea market in the terminal. This grand art, antique and flea market will take place in the western wing of this popular event venue. Among the items on offer will be books, antiques, glass, porcelain, second-hand household goods, records, small items of furniture, art, pictures, crafts and collectors' pieces such as historic picture postcards of the region. Experts will be on hand to value antiques, antiquarian books and, of course, aviation-related collectors' objects completely free of charge. The flea market area is on the ground floor and is therefore easily accessible for traders. Pitches can be set up between 06:30 and 08:30 and are open to all! To register for a pitch, phone +49 (0)351 4864 2443 or email email@example.com. A 3 metre pitch costs just €20.
- Large food court with a "goulash cannon” (mobile soup cooker), crepes, ice cream, barbecue, beer garden and much more besides
- Hourly guides of the airport with security check, hand luggage control and bus ride to aircraft on the apron. Book places by calling +49 (0)351 881 3300, special price: adults €5, children up to age 14 €3
- Visit the fuselage of the legendary Baade B-152
- All airport travel agents and shops - including the new Gate 14 airport shop (opening on 1 October) will be open on German Unity Day, with lots of special offers
- Toy, model railway and aircraft collectors’ fair (Departures level)
- Special exhibition: “Als Fliegen noch ein Wagnis war” (When Flying Was Still a Risky Business) (Conference level). The theme of this exhibition is Dresden’s first airfield and airship port, Dresden-Kaditz, opened on 26 October 1913. It documents the varied history of the airfield and its civil and military uses, focusing on the pioneers of motorised flight, the aircraft builders, the flying instructors, the stunt pilots and the parachute makers who worked at Dresden-Kaditz. The author of the book of the same name, Siegfried Reinhardt, will be signing copies of his book.
Arriving by public transport
- S-Bahn line S2 from Dresden Central Station and Dresden Neustadt Station to Dresden Airport (terminus)
- Tram line 7 to Infineon Nord, continue on bus route 77 to Flughafen bus stop
- Bus route 80, Flughafen bus stop
Parking at the airport
- Visitors to the flea market arriving by car are kindly requested to use the multi-storey car park. There are plenty of parking spaces available.
- Parking in the multi-storey car park will cost €3 for the day. To obtain the reduced price, present your car park ticket at the airport information desk (Arrivals level) or the security office in the multi-storey car park.
Up to 30 November 2014: Arche Moritzburg – Biological Diversity Exhibition
This exhibition looks at the diversity of life in different habitats and examines biological and environmental contexts. It is organised by the Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden, an institute forming part of the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung Frankfurt and a member of the Leibniz Association.
- Opening hours: 06:00 to 23:00 daily
- Location: public area of the terminal next to the children’s play corner
- Free admission
Flyer on the special exhibition (in German)
28 December 2014: Christmas model railway exhibition (10:00 to 18:00)
- All over the terminal, admission free, parking: €3 for the day
- Activities and crafts, kiosks and information stands, children’s railway, bouncy castle, food and drink
- Clubs and individuals with systems ranging from N to IIm gauge
- Analogue systems, fully digital systems, FALLER car system
- Winter systems, regional motifs (Loessnitzgrund, accurate reproductions of stations like Grossrueckerswalde), free choice of themes
- Special presentation of the Truemmerbahn, second prize winner at the Sinsheim exhibition in 2014
More dates for the diary 2014
24 December 2014: Santa Claus lands