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Bindlacher Berg Airport

Bindlacher Berg Airport
Verkehrslandeplatz Bayreuth
Advanced Landing Ground R-26
Airport type Public
Serves Bayreuth, Germany
Location Bindlach, Germany
Elevation AMSL 1,601 ft / 488 m
Coordinates 49°59′08″N 11°38′24″E / 49.98556°N 11.64000°E / 49.98556; 11.64000Coordinates: 49°59′08″N 11°38′24″E / 49.98556°N 11.64000°E / 49.98556; 11.64000

Direction Length Surface
ft m
06/24 3,550 1,082 Asphalt

Bindlacher Berg Airport (IATA: BYUICAO: EDQD), also known as Verkehrslandeplatz Bayreuth, is a German regional airport in Bindlach, Bavaria near the city of Bayreuth.


German Luftwaffe built this airport in 1936.

In 1992 there were flights from Nürnberger Flugdienst with ATR 42 and ATR 72 to Frankfurt Airport. From 1998 to 2001, Augsburg Airways flew to Frankfurt. Since those flights ended, Bayreuth is left without any commercial traffic.

Bindlacher Berg Airport was host to the World Gliding championship in 1999.

Airlines and destinations

There are currently no scheduled services to and from Bindlacher Berg Airport.

Ground transportation

The airport is near Autobahn BAB 9 and BAB 70. It is 5 km northeast of Bayreuth. Taxi takes 10 min to the city.


External links

  • City of Bayreuth with some information on the airport (German)
  • Aviation Safety Network
  • Airport information for EDQD at Great Circle Mapper.
  • NWS
  • Airport information for EDQD at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.

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