|Height above MSL||191 m (627 ft)|
|Distance from the city center||3 km northeast of Ettenheim|
|operator||Fliegergruppe Lahr-Ettenheim e. V.|
|07/25||840 m × 30 m Gras|
The airfield Altdorf-Wallburg is a 1973 Opened German aerodrome in Ortenaukreis. It lies in the districts of Altdorf and Wallburg, which in turn are districts of Ettenheim.
The airfield is located about ten kilometers south of the city of Lahr and about three kilometers northeast of the baroque town of Ettenheim.
The area is managed by the Fliegergruppe Lahr-Ettenheim e. V. operated. The airfield has no regular opening times (PPR) and is approved for gliders, motor gliders, ultralight aircraft (no gyroscopes) and powered aircraft with a total take-off weight of up to 1200 kg. The airfield has a grass runway 840 m long. However, the operational routes TORA and LDA in the west are severely restricted due to the obstacle situation