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The Leading International Air Network

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Top 50 DHL Airports


Top 50 DHL Airports

Abidjan, Amsterdam, Bahrain, Bangkok, Beirut, Bergamo, Bridgetown, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Caracas, Casablanca, Copenhagen, Delhi, Dubai, East Midlands, Frankfurt, Guatemala City, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Johannesburg, Kuweit, Lagos, Leipzig, Libreville, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Mexico City, Miami, Moscow, Mumbai, Nairobi, New York, Panama, Paris, San Francisco, San Jose, Sao Paolo, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Vitoria.

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Contact EAT Leipzig

European Air Transport Leipzig GmbH, Communications, August-Euler-Str. 1, D-04435 Schkeuditz, Phone: +49 (0) 341 4499-01
DHL Express serves over 500 airports in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa and approximately 50 in the U.S. With such an extensive global coverage and density, our air network is unparalleled in the express industry. It forms the backbone of our international express delivery organization.

We maintain a sophisticated system of standardized air express routes. Our routes are served by DHL-owned airlines as well as contracted partner and third party airlines. To enhance our capabilities and economics, we commercialize excess air capacities by offering an airport-to-airport service to our sister companies and third parties.

Aircraft and Facilities
DHL Express has established guidelines that ensure only the safest and most modern, climate-friendly aircraft are used at all times. In the same way, all new air facilities must offer state-of-the-art technology and the highest environmental and safety standards.

Our Leipzig Hub is an industry-leading air facility with state-of-the-art technology and throughput of 2,000 tonnes per night. The hub is equipped with the latest solar energy and water recycling systems.

European Air Transport Leipzig (EAT) is DHL's airline

European Air Transport Leipzig is the largest of three dedicated airlines that serve DHL Express’ European and partly also Middle Eastern and North Africa Region networks. Its fleet currently connects more than 50 airports.

EAT operates eleven Boeing 757 and 14 (phase-in by end of 2012) Airbus 300-600 freighter aircraft.

EAT is also the core aircraft maintenance organization for the airlines that serve DHL Express in Europe. It holds the AOC D-170 license and the PART-145 / PART-M approval. EAT is line-maintenance provider for:

  • Airbus A300B4-622R (PW4158)
  • Airbus A300B2/B4 (GE CF6)
  • Boeing 757-200/-300 (RR RB211)
  • Boeing 767-200/300 (GE CF6)
  • Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90)
EAT is a 100% subsidiary of DHL Express. Headquartered at the DHL Air Hub facilities at Leipzig/Halle Airport (Germany), the company employs more than 750 pilots, maintenance engineers and specialists in airline management and support and administrative functions.
Accountable Manager: Markus Otto, Vice President Aviation Germany