|Bad Hersfeld airfield|
|ICAO-Code||EDEN (bis 1990 OR)|
|Height above MSL||296 m (971 ft)|
|Distance from the city center||2 km south of Bad Hersfeld|
|Local transport||City bus line 2B, stop: Am Flugplatz|
|operator||Motor-Flieger-Club eV Bad Hersfeld|
|01/19||670 m × 18 m Asphalt|
Bad Hersfeld airfield was built in 1952/53 by the US Army on Johannesberg. It was registered under the military ICAO code EDOZ. After the turnaround in 1990 and the withdrawal of the US Army, the Motor-Flieger-Club Bad Hersfeld applied for the conversion from military to civil use as a special landing site . After conditions that restricted operations for a long time, the airfield has been approved as a special airfield since January 1, 2008. The civil ICAO code EDEN was assigned in early 2009.
The airfield has an asphalt runway 670 meters long. The runway runs in a north-south direction and rises fromin the north at in the south.