A Valued Asset

As one of Germany’s smaller airports, Paderborn/Lippstadt has suffered from decreasing traffic numbers in recent years. And while there is now some growth on the horizon, Sebastian Schmitz discovers the emphasis here is on maintaining an important part of the region’s infrastructure.

Eurowings’ Airbus A320- 214, D-ABDQ (c/n 3121), in its colourful Europa Park special livery.

Located between the cities of Paderborn and Lippstadt in Germany’s most populous state of North Rhine- Westphalia, this small international airport is forced to compete for passengers with nearby facilities such as Munster-Osnabrück, Kassel and Dortmund. Even the major international gateways of Düsseldorf, Hanover and Frankfurt are less than a two-hour car journey away.

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