Between 1945 and 1990, there were more than 2000 small and large airfields and helipads in Germany alone, most of which have disappeared today. Mil-airfields.de has made it its task of documenting these aerodromes. A mammoth project that is still a long way from being completed. Although it is rather a continuous process, a lot of material has been gathered since the start of mil-airfields.de in 2000 and can be accessed here - also on related topics. And not only for Germany, but also for other European countries.
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The new flight simulator displays thousands of even the smallest airfields. So why is Stuttgart Airport (Germany) missing? My considerations ...
Find airfields in your area with the Germany map.
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