EDBJ JENA SCHOENGLEINA AIRFIELD

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Jena Schöngleina Airfield (ICAO : EDBJ) is a commercial airfield in the municipality of Schöngleina, east of the city of Jena in Thuringia, Germany.

On July 16, 1959, the first post-war takeoff took place from the airfield in Schöngleina. During a further expansion in the early 1970s, the tower, a dining room (today's restaurant) and training and accommodation rooms were built. This expansion was inaugurated on September 24, 1978 with a flying day. There are camping options at the airport too.

Flight operations are permitted under visual flight conditions during opening hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. local time or until sunset; other arrival times only upon request after approval. The airfield is approved for motor aircraft (take-off weight < 9.5 t), ultralight aircraft, helicopters, motor gliders, gliders (tow and winch launches) and other air sports equipments.

In 1998, the ADAC air rescue took over the rescue service with the Eurocopter EC-135 Christoph 70.

Either you pilot general aviation, gliders or emergency helicopters, Jena Schöngleina Airfield is a superb airfied to fly.

GUTEN FLUG!

SPINOZA Team

CAUTION : the Airbus helicopter and ADAC livery are not enclosed