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Aérodrome de Mulhouse-Habsheim
|Elevation AMSL||787 ft / 240 m|
Mulhouse–Habsheim Airport (ICAO: LFGB) is a small airport near the town of Habsheim in France. The airport is a former military base, and is now mainly used for light aircraft. The airport also houses the Aéro-Club des Trois Frontières, Aéro-Club du Haut-Rhin, Aéro-Club de Mulhouse.
Incidents & accidents
On 26 June 1988, Mulhouse–Habsheim Airport was the site of the crash of Air France Flight 296. It was the first ever crash of an Airbus A320 type aircraft. As part of an airshow, the aircraft crew were briefed to do a low flypast of the airfield, which they did, but throttled up too late to avoid a forest at the end of the runway. Three crew members were killed, and the aircraft was totalled.
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