Lelystad Airport (IATA: LEY, ICAO: EHLE) is an airport near Lelystad, The Netherlands. It is the biggest general aviation airport in The Netherlands and is also home to a large aviation museum, the Aviodrome. The museum's former KLM Boeing 747-200 which they have on display is a prominent feature on the airport.
Runway: 05/23 4,265ft. 1,300m.Concrete/Asphalt
Texel International Airport (ICAO: EHTX) is a small airport on the island of Texel in the north of the Netherlands. It has a customs service to handle international flights making it an international airport, though no scheduled international flights take place from the airport as the name might suggest. Because of this, it has no IATA code assigned to it.
Runway1: 04/22 3,685ft 1,115 m...
Juancho E. Yrausquin is the only airport on the Caribbean island of Saba, in the Netherlands Antilles. It is well known among experienced fliers for the way in which airplanes must approach or take off from the airport. The runway at Saba's airport is just 400 meters (1,312 feet) long that leaves no room for any mistake when one lands there, as at each end of the runway there is a sheer drop in...
Groningen Airport Eelde (IATA: GRQ, ICAO: EHGG) is a civilian airport near Eelde, The Netherlands just south of Groningen.
bmi Regional operates a scheduled passenger service with Aberdeen, but the airport is mostly used for charter flights to holiday destinations in Greece, Portugal, Spain and Turkey. In 2005, the airport handled 163.000 passengers.
The airfield was founded in 1936, initially for recreational purposes. At the beginning of World War II German forces attempted to capture the airfield, in 1940, via an airborne landing during the Battle for The Hague. This failed however and Dutch forces recaptured the airfield. After the Netherlands eventually surrendered to Germany, the Luftwaffe made no use of the airfield during the remain...
The aviodrome is a large aviation museum in The Netherlands located on Lelystad Airport since 2003.
The 2 top planes are the Constellation and a 747. This plane was a gived from the KLM. The plane was to big to fly in, so it was transported over water from schiphol to Lelystad.
Walking the Netherlands. Concerning one of the longest possible distances between the extreme north and the most southern point of the Netherlands. Between Pieterburen and the sint Pietersberg a 480 kilometres long distance walkingpath. The most populair walkingpath of the Netherlands. Enjoy
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