|Height above MSL||400 m (1312 ft)|
|Distance from the city center||2 km east of Walldürn|
|road||B 27, B 47|
|operator||Bau- und Betriebs GmbH Airfield Walldürn|
|06/24||730 m × 20 m Asphalt|
The airfield Walldürn is a German airfield near the city of Walldürn in Baden-Wuerttemberg . It is classified as a commercial airfield and is operated by the Flugsportclub Odenwald e. V. Walldürn / Bau- und Betriebs GmbH Airfield Walldürn operated.
The airfield is located 1.4 nm east of Walldürner city center at a height of 403 meters. The asphalt runway has a length of 820 m and a width of 20 m, 730 m can be used for take-offs and landings. The orientation of the web is 60 ° / 240 °.
The newly installed runway lighting has been in operation since mid-November 2008 . This means that the airfield can also be approached at night and with poor visibility.
Directions and surroundings
The airfield is located on the border between the building land and the Odenwald . The Walldürner pilgrimage basilica and the nearby Eberstadt stalactite cave are known far beyond the regional borders and can be reached from the airport in a short time.
After the Flugsportclub Odenwald e. V. was initially able to use the Bundeswehr site for flight operations after it was founded, the new airfield on Waldstettener Strasse was opened up in the early 1960s. As early as 1963, glider operations could be carried out on the site . In 1966, permission for powered flight and aircraft tow was granted. In 1969 the connection to the water, electricity and telephone network could be carried out. In 1970 a gas station was built on the airfield. In 1986 the construction of the asphalt runway began, and shortly afterwards a taxiway was builtbuilt. At the same time, the airfield received the status of a commercial airfield and has since been open to air traffic six days a week. The airfield currently has five spacious hangars, a shipyard, a gas station, a glider workshop, a restaurant, a training room and the flight control tower.
- fsco.de - Official website of the operator and the local aviation club