Getting there

By plane:
You can get to Leipzig via the Leipzig-Halle International Airport. Numerous European connections offer direct flight to and from Leipzig; more than 40 airline operators fly from Leipzig/Halle International Airport to close on 100 destinations. Please keep in mind that these are mostly European destinations. 
However, there are direct connections to the international hubs at Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna and Paris CDG, which allow numerous destinations worldwide. 

The Airport Express operated by Deutsche Bahn runs every 30 minutes between the airport and the Leipzig Central railway station (also stopping at the conference center, "Leipzig - Neue Messe". The journey to the Congress Center Leipzig takes 8 minutes, and from there another 10 minutes to the city center.  
The taxi journey from the airport to the conference center also takes about 10 minutes. 

By train:
Leipzig's Central Station is one of Europe's largest railway terminal stations. Besides being an impressive architectural highlight, the station is located in the middle of the city, with hotels and restaurants within walking distance. 

The ICE trains provide good direct connections to all major cities in Germany. For example:

Berlin:  hourly service - ride of 1 hour
Frankfurt: hourly service - ride of 3 hours
Hamburg: hourly service - ride of 3 hours
Munich: hourly service - ride of 4,5 hours
Dusseldorf: hourly service - ride of 5,5 hours

Instead of flying into Leipzig/Halle International Airport, you can consider flying into one of these German hubs, and then taking the train to Leipzig from there.  

Getting around in Leipzig

The Congress Center Leipzig is located right in the middle between the airport and the city center.
From the city center, it takes about 20 minutes to go to the conference center, by taking tram 16. Local transport by tram is included in your registration fee.