Former aerodromes of Belgium

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Nearest city Name ICAO code Coordinates Elevation Activity period Reference Comment
Gent Sint-Denijs-Westrem EBGT 51°1′39″N 03°41′21″E / 51.02750°N 3.68917°E / 51.02750; 3.68917 10 m (33 ft) until 1985 Lots of nostalgia and photography Was made the site of Flanders Expo, ICAO code now used for Ghent/Industry Zone Heliport[1]
Zottegem Oombergen EBZO ICAO code now used for Zonnebeke/Zandvoorde Heliport[2]
Beernem 1982-1997 Article in Dutch Glider
Aalst (Moorsel) Ter Kluizen Not to be confused with Moorsel EBMO
Brussels (Haren) Evere Airport
Keerbergen 1932-1957 Dutch language book reference
Oud-Turnhout EBOT
Beerse Article in Dutch 800 m (2,600 ft) asphalt runway broken up 2009
Knokke Knokke-Zoute Airfield
Nivelles Nivelles airfield 1917-1962 Military
Héron EBHE 50°32′50″N 5°6′30″E / 50.54722°N 5.10833°E / 50.54722; 5.10833 591 ft (180 m) Last flight on 21 Nov. 2009 Aeronews of Belgium 37/2 ULModrome closed 1 December 2009
Lierneux - Menil EBLI 50°17′12″N 5°50′11″E / 50.28667°N 5.83639°E / 50.28667; 5.83639 ULModrome closed 2009
Maasmechelen EBMM ULModrome closed 2008
Bouillon Mogimont Airport EBBO 49°52′00″N 005°04′06″E / 49.86667°N 5.06833°E / 49.86667; 5.06833 1,349 ft (411 m) [3] Closed circa 2009.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ AIP for EBGT – Ghent/Industry Zone Heliport from Belgocontrol
  2. ^ AIP for EBZO – Zonnebeke/Zandvoorde Heliport from Belgocontrol
  3. ^ Airport record for Mogimont Airport at Landings.com
  4. ^ Dillien, André (17 November 2013). "AÉRODROMES DISPARUS DE BELGIQUE" [Disappeared Airfields of Belgium] (DOC) (in French). pp. 10–11. Retrieved 13 June 2016.