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Maleme Airport (Greek: Αεροδρόμιο Μάλεμε) is an airport situated at Maleme, Crete. It has two runways (13/31 and 03/21) with no lights. The airport has closed for commercial aviation, but the Chania Aeroclub continues to use it.
Maleme Airport became a historic World War II site when many German parachutists landed there in May 1941 as part of the Battle of Crete.
- Maleme at Battlefield Review
- Maleme at Forgotten Airfields
- The Battle of Maleme at Hellenic Foundation
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