|Height above MSL||35 m (115 ft)|
|Distance from the city center||
1 km south of Neustadt-Glewe , |
16 km south-west of Parchim
|operator||Luftsportverein Neustadt-Glewe e. V.|
|09/27||1200 m × 40 m Gras|
|18/36||900 m × 40 m Gras|
The airfield Neustadt-Glewe is a commercial airport in the district of Ludwigslust-Parchim . It is approved for gliders , motor gliders , microlights and powered aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of up to 5.7 tons.
The turf airfield built in the 1930s reached a size of 1200 by 750 meters in 1938. It served various pilot schools of the German Air Force as a training ground, so from 1944 the FFS A72 as a satellite station next to Güstrow and Sülte. Various infrastructures for flight operations are still partially preserved from this time  . In the GDR, the Society for Sport and Technology was the user of the field from 1953 , a district training center for the northern districts of Rostock, Schwerin and Neubrandenburg with the sections for gliding and parachuting was established. From 1991 a special airfield was established. From February 9, 1995, the place was approved as a commercial airfield.
- On August 14, 1999, a pilot attempted to hit balloons about one meter in diameter with a Moravan Z-42 MU. The plane came too low and hit the ground. The pilot was killed in the accident. 
- On 16 September 2009 was a 68-year-old owner of an ultralight aircraft type Trener Baby, a replica of a Zlin Z-226 , which he had repaired, rolling tests to perform to the performance of the engine to be tested. At that time, the aircraft had not been operated for several years. The flight controller approved the taxi attempts, but prohibited any attempt to fly. The pilot takes off anyway. At a height of about fifty meters, he first turned to the right. Shortly thereafter, the aircraft tilted over the left wing , hit the ground and caught fire. The pilot was fatally injured. 
- On April 8, 2013, a 62-year-old student pilot returned from a solo flight from Müritz Airpark with a Comco Ikarus C42 . When landing at Neustadt-Glewe airfield, the aircraft jumped a few centimeters back into the air after touchdown and took a left turn with a slight lean angle and a slight climb angle. After a curve of almost 180 degrees, the aircraft tipped over the left wing at a height of about twenty meters and crashed into an aircraft hangar . The pilot was fatally injured and the aircraft was destroyed. 
Clubs on site
- Hamburger hang-glider and paraglider e. V.
- Glider pilot club Neustadt-Glewe e. V.
- Fallschirmsportclub Mecklenburg e. V.
- Ultralight Flying Group Neustadt-Glewe
- Motorflugverein Neustädter Adler e. V.
- Modellflugclub Neustadt-Glewe e. V.
- Aeroclub Aviators e. V.
- Association for historical aircraft e. V.
- Editor Motorflug mv: History of the Neustadt-Glewe airfield. Retrieved September 3, 2020 .
- Bulletin - Accidents and Serious Disruptions in the Operation of Civil Aircraft. Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation , August 1999, accessed on April 2, 2018 .
- Investigation report BFU 3X160-09. Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation , April 28, 2011, accessed on April 2, 2018 .
- Investigation report BFU 3X014-13. Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation , April 28, 2015, accessed on April 2, 2018 .