|Wyk auf Föhr airfield|
|Height above MSL||8 m (26 ft)|
|Distance from the city center||2 km west of Wyk auf Föhr|
|Local transport||Public transport bus stop Föhr|
|operator||Wyker Flugplatz Betriebs-GmbH|
|02/20||660 m × 40 m Gras|
|09/27||605 m × 40 m Gras|
The airfield Wyk was founded in 1926, making it one of the oldest places of Schleswig-Holstein . As early as the early 1930s, today's Lufthansa operated scheduled flights from Berlin, Kiel and Hamburg to Wyk auf Föhr . The airfield has the ICAO EDXY and has two crossed runways (lane 02/20: grass covering, 660 meters, lane 09/27: grass covering, 605 meters length).
The space is also used for rescue flights to and from Wyk Hospital and is intended for care in the event of major incidents.
In the season (April to October) the airfield is open daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. UTC. Approaches outside of these times require a prior permit request (PPR). In March and October (mid-season) the airfield is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. UTC. In the low season (November to February) the place can only be approached by PPR (prior permission required, with prior request).