|IATA: none – ICAO: EDHE|
|Operator||Flugplatz Uetersen GmbH|
|Elevation AMSL||23 ft / 7 m|
The previously unknown private pilot Mathias Rust took off from here on May 13, 1987 flying a Cessna F172P, registration D-ECJB owned by his flying club starting his famous flight to Moscow, where he landed in Red Square.
The airfield was also the Air Force Museum Uetersen home since 1956 and was created in 1995 in a large-scale action to Berlin-Gatow was relocated, where today's Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr was born.
Airlines and destinations
No scheduled services are offered. Uetersen Airport is the homebase for the business charter operations of Air Hamburg.
- This article was initially translated from the German Wikipedia.
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