|IATA: HDF – ICAO: EDAH
|Operator||Flughafen Heringsdorf GmbH|
|Elevation AMSL||92 ft / 28 m|
Heringsdorf Airport (German: Flughafen Heringsdorf) (IATA: HDF, ICAO: EDAH), a former East German Airbase, is a regional airport located near Garz on the island of Usedom in Germany. It takes its name from the nearby municipality of Heringsdorf, located some 10 km to the north. The largest town on the island is Świnoujście (population 41,000), located in Poland, immediately to the east of the airport.
The airport served 30,754 passengers in 2005. Nonetheless, with its 2300-meter paved runway and a sizable terminal, it is a natural commuter airport for all of Usedom, German or Polish.
Heringsdorf Airport features a single small terminal building equipped with check-in facilities and an information desk. The apron features one stand for mid-sized-aircraft such as the Airbus A319 and several stands for smaller aircraft such as the Cessna 172.
Airlines and destinations
|Germanwings||Summer seasonal: Dortmund (begins 3 May 2014)|
operated by Eurowings
|Summer seasonal: Cologne/Bonn (begins 3 May 2014), Düsseldorf (begins 3 May 2014), Frankfurt (begins 3 May 2014)|
|Helvetic Airways||Summer seasonal: Bern, Zurich|
Media related to Heringsdorf Airport at Wikimedia Commons
- Official site
- Current weather for EDAH at NOAA/NWS
- Accident history for HDF at Aviation Safety Network
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