Holzdorf Air Base
|Holzdorf Air Base
|Operator||German Air Force (Luftwaffe)|
|Location||Holzdorf / Schönewalde|
|Elevation AMSL||81 m / 265 ft|
Holzdorf Air Base (German: Fliegerhorst Holzdorf) (ICAO: ETSH) is a military airfield operated by the German Air Force (Luftwaffe). It is located 1.8 nautical miles (3 km; 2 mi) east of Holzdorf, a subdivision of the municipality of Jessen in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. It is also known as Schönewalde/Holzdorf Air Base, as most of the base is situated east of the Saxony-Anhalt/Brandenburg border, in the city of Schönewalde. The air base is home to the air forces's Helicopter Wing 64 and Support Squadron 1 of the German Army Aviation Corps. The latter unit will be dissolved following the reorganisation/reduction of the German Armed Forces announced in October 2011.
- "ETSH - HOLZDORF" (PDF). Militärisches Luftfahrthandbuch Deutschland (Military Aeronautical Information Publication Germany). 24 Sep 2009.
- Airport information for ETSH from DAFIF (effective October 2006)
- "Hybrid map/satellite image showing Holzdorf, air base, and Saxony-Anhalt / Brandenburg border". Google Maps. Retrieved 26 Feb 2010.
- Quoted from Federal Ministry of Defence (26 October 2011), Neues Stationierungskonzept der Bundeswehr, retrieved 17 November 2012, PDF-file "Stationing of the Bundeswehr in Germany", p. 67