Siegerland-Flughafen GmbH

Siegerland-Flughafen GmbH

The Siegerland commercial airport was opened by North-Rhine Westphalia’s state president Kühn in 1967 on a site with an aviation tradition. The airfield had been used by the military since the 1930s and the construction of runway, tower and GAT in the 1960s laid the foun-dations for today’s airport. The introduction of the instrument landing system in autumn 1999 has provided Germany’s second highest airport above sea-level with excellent prospects for the future.


The Siegerland commercial airport is the Germany’s second highest commercial airport. Located between the big city airports of Frankfurt, Cologne and Dortmund, Siegerland Airport has a great deal to offer.

They have created a new technical and organisational framework which has given
them the perfect preparation for the new age in passenger travel and provided their slogan "Flying the friendly way" an entirely new quality. Short distances, customer-friendliness, free parking and short check-in times are some of the benefits Siegerland Airport has to offer its passengers.

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Location

Siegerland-Flughafen GmbH Flughafenstrasse 2
Burbach D-57299
Germany

Contact Info
Telephone: 
(02736) 414-0
Email: 
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Hessen Weather info
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4.2 km South

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