- last modified on February 18, 2020
In 2017 the airport handled 517.000 Passengers. Lufthansa, Sun-Air (BA) , Twin-Jet and Wizz Air serving FDH the whole year round, during the summer Corendon and Turkish Airlines. While during the winter British Airways and easyJet serving FDH as mainly Skitouristflights. During the World Economic Forum a couple of big Buisenessjets are parked here. Also when there is the fair AERO Expo there are houndreds especially probs arround the airport. Also the “Klassikwelt Bodensee” is an interessting fair. The Dorniermuseum is also worth a visit and last but not least the Zeppelin hangar!
Written by Patrick Weis / Visited regulary – Thanks to Kai Staesche for some of the pics
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2.356 m (7.729ft)
One for all civil flights.
Helpful at spot 1, 4 and 5 with 3 steps.
Car is not neccesary, but makes it easier. Also good accesable via public transport. There is a train station directly at the terminal.
In the Terminal and at the marked bakery.
As shown on the map.
There is an IBIS Hotel directly at the airport.
The best month to travel are during the summer as there is not that much rain. More intresting traffic during the winter
Depends on the wind direction. Used in both directions.
This spot is located on the longterm carpark of the airport. Park at the Terminal Parking as this is a bit cheaper for one day. Also you can reach this spot easily from the trainstation. Walk up to the fence at the longtermcarpark. Check this link for the parking fares: https://www.fly-away.de/reiseinfo-besucher/lageplaene/parken/
Best spot for 24 arrivals but 06 depatures are to high here. In the summer month there is often heat haze due to the distance here.
Park as written in spot 1. Just go into the terminal and follow the sings to the Observationdeck. It is free of charge and before security checks. +++ Update Sept. 2019: The terrace has been reopened but a new fence was installed. Sadly the gaps are very tight and taking pictures is now very difficult. +++
This spot is especially good for planes using runway 24 on arrival or depature as they taxi close past you. But also aircraft for 06 will pass here when they’re parked at the terminal, for departures if they are not heavy the’re to high.
Best light conditions are good from sunrise till 15:30
This spot is next to the Dorniermuseum and the Terminal. You can park your car at the Dorniermuseum or at the Weekends for a short stop at the Ringeltaubeshop and walk up the mound.
From this spot you can take all plane movements on both runway directions. During the Aero Expo many planes are parked here verry close so you have to go to the highest point of the hill. Sometimes it’s slippery here!
Best light conditions are from sunrise till 15:30
The next facility is the Dorniermuseum with restrooms and a restaurant inside.
Hey, it would be really nice to know wether the Sun Air Do328 are stored at FDH during these hard times or they were flown to one of Sun Airs bigger bases eg Billund. And if yes, they are stored at FDH, which spot would you recommend?
Thanks in advance and greetings straight out of Memmingen,