Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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This is a bit of a queer aerodrome: first and most of all it serves the helicopters of the Meravo company; but it also has a grass runway for the exclusive use of 4 SEP planes of a local aeroclub.

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Airport Karlsruhe-Forchheim

The airfield Karlsruhe-Forchheim was the airfield of the city of Karlsruhe until the year 2000 and was used for general aviation. It was located south of the city in the Forchheim district of Rheinstetten. Tower and hangars have now been demolished and the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Center is located on the site. Part of the asphalt runway can still be seen.

Flight operations were relocated to the former Canadian military airport near Rheinmünster, which had been converted to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport. Since then, international flights have also been handled there. A few hundred meters east of the former airfield, the Rheinstetten glider airfield has been in operation since 2004 with an 830 meter long grass runway and a 1030 meter long winch runway in the 02/20 orientations.

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Stuttgart Airport

Stuttgart Airport is the international airport of Stuttgart, the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is christened in honor of Stuttgart's former mayor, Manfred Rommel, son of Erwin Rommel, and is the sixth busiest airport in Germany with 11,832,634 passengers having passed through its doors in 2018.

The airport is operated by Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH. It goes back to Luftverkehr Württemberg AG, which was founded in 1924 and initially operated Böblingen Airport. Since 2008, 65% of the operating company is owned by the state of Baden-Württemberg and 35% by the city of Stuttgart. It is located approximately 13 km in a straight line south of Stuttgart and lies on the boundary between the nearby town of Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Filderstadt and Stuttgart itself. In 2007, the Stuttgart Trade Fair – the ninth biggest exhibition centre in Germany – moved to grounds directly next to the airport. Additionally, the global headquarters for car parking company APCOA Parking are located here.

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Great place to visit

with the most charming tower controller ever.

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Funk: 123.425 MHZ

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homepage of the airport

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PPR only! Used to be a nice little airfield - Offenburg City

Prior permission required. While in the 1970ies, this was a lovely airfield, and flying was strongly supported by the Burda publishing company, the greenish attitude of local politicians has made flying on this airfield a miserable affair.

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NDB (SG 306.00 KHz closed on 2006-11-28)

NDB (SY 384.00 KHz closed on 2006-11-16)

on 384.00 KHz was NDB ST certainly replaced by SY

Sincerely, Alain

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42 euro a night! While your there spending money.. First and last visit.

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See also the homepage of the club 'FSV Laichingen', who runs the PPR airfield 'Jabob-Laur-Flugplatz', at URL ( www dot edpj dot de).


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RUNWAY 07---110.90---073º

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CFB Lahr (EDAN?)

This airport used to be a Canadian Forces Base. The airport was used mostly for the frequent flights to and from Canada and for intra-Europe flights. In the 1980s and into the early 90s, the aircraft hardened shelters were used as an army garrison. One of the hard shelter areas was used by 444 Sqn, a tactical helicopter squadron flying the CH-136 Kiowa. I think that the ICAO code was EDAN at that time; I have no idea why it was changed. Even if the vocation of the airport changed drastically, I see no reason to change the ICAO code...

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