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HISTORY:

Tempelhof International Airport1923
February 15: Negotiations open on allocating sufficient land for aviation on the Tempelhof Field. Junkers and Aero Lloyd construct a wooden administration building and two wooden hangars.
October 8: The Tempelhof Field is handed ever to the Junkers Airline and the Deutsche Aero Lloyd by the Berlin City Council, and Tempelhof Airfield is opened. A temporary concession was granted and so it was possible for the first time to begin regular flights from Berlin to Munich and Berlin to Königsberg.

1928
May 14: First fast connection from Berlin to Zurich in 5 hours and 15 minutes.

1936
Beginning of construction of the new facilities.

1945
April 22: A JU 52 flies to Warnemünde, the last Lufthansa aircraft to take off at Tempelhof.
April 28/29: Soviet troops occupy the airport.
July 4: The Americans take over the airport.

1949
June 25: The square outside the airport is given the name "Platz der Luftbrücke" (Airlift Square) by the Mayor of Berlin, Ernst Reuter.

1954
Tempelhof, with 671,555 passengers is the third largest European commercial airport after London and Paris.
June 6: The first Pan American World Airways DC-6 arrives in Berlin from New York.

1963
May 3: The new airport restaurant with 237 seats is opened.

1977
November 1: The newly founded Berlinair, Inc. opens an air shuttle service.

1982
End of March: Another air shuttle service, Tempelhof Airways USA, sets up operations at Tempelhof Airport.

1990
October 3: Air sovereignty handed over to the German authorities. For the first time after 1945 business and private planes with German registration land at Tempelhof.
October 26: Crossair is the first non-Allied airline to land, with a Saab SF 340.
October 28/29: New Airlines in Tempelhof: Crossair, Delta Air, INTERFLUG, RFG Regionalflug Interot Airways - Hamburg Airlines (November 26) - Tyrolean Airways (December 23).
December 16: As other regional airlines are planning to fly from Tempelhof, the large passenger clearance hall is reactivated. It is accessible via the service area. DLT moves scheduled services from Tegel to Tempelhof. LSG Berlin begins catering.

1992
March 7: The new snack bar "Airlift" is opened in the passenger terminal.
May 4-6: A strike by the airport fire brigade brings the entire air traffic to a standstill for three days.
June 26 to September 26: The southern runway is closed. The lighting is renewed.

1994
January: A general aviation terminal starts operations in the former flight area.
November 9: The new Regional Control Centre of the DFS (German Air Traffic Control) is inaugurated.

1996
May 4-5: The first Airport Days at Tempelhof Airport.
May 18: The 50th anniversary of civilian air transportation in Berlin is celebrated.
September 2-21: The entire 2,116 m long and 42.5 m wide southern runway at Tempelhof is repaired at a total cost of DM 1.2 million.

1997
June 26: The prototype of the Indonesian regional passenger plane N 250 is presented.
December 15: After thorough testing of the soil and flight parameters, the final permit for a new glide-path beacon system (PAPI equipment for runway 09L/27R) is granted.

1999
March 1: Baden Air opened its Berlin-Tempelhof to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden route with a Dash 8.
June 23: During its current European tour the latest development from Boeing landed at Tempelhof Airport.
October 4: Hahn Air flies with Metroliner to Hahn.

2000
March 10: TAG City Air inaugurates flights between Berlin-Tempelhof and Paderborn-Lippstadt. The regional airline flies twice daily to North Rhine-Westphalia with a 19-seat Metro III.
November 1: The Swedish airline MaxAir flies six times a week from Berlin-Tempelhof to Malmö and Oslo with a Saab 340.
December 11: KLM exel flies four times daily from Berlin-Tempelhof to Maastricht-Aachen. Flights are with a 49-seat Embraer 145.

2001
April: Aero Berlin flies three times a week to Heringsdorf and Güttin (Rügen).
Augsburg Airways begins flights to Münster/Osnabrück and Mönchengladbach.
May 2: Reopening of the General Aviation Terminal after basic renovation for better customer service
and more security and comfort.
October 29: RAS flies six times weekly from Tempelhof to Siegerland and Sylt.

2002
January 14: With an additional evening flight Hahn Air immediately begins connecting Berlin Tempelhof with Friedrichshafen.

2003
March 31: The city-air airline starts immediately connecting Berlin with the Mozart city Salzburg six times a week with a Saab 340B.

2004
March 29: The low-cost-airline Germania Express (Gexx) starts connecting Berlin-Tempelhof with Athens, Salonika and Vienna.
Initially Gexx stations a 100-seated Fokker F100.
June 2: The aeronautical authority Berlin has decided to close the airport on October 31st.
September 24: Thanks to an new decision the airport Tempelhof doesn’t need to be closed.

Tempelhof International AirportICAO Code EDDI
IATA Code THF
Name BERLIN - Tempelhof
Land Deutschland
Bundesland Berlin
Letzte Änderung 5. April 2001

Kategorie Int. Verkehrsflughafen / Int. Airport
Betreiber / Operator Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mbH

Lage / Location In der Stadt/In the city
Nachtflug / NVFR NVFR
Instrumentenflug / IFR IFR
LFZ / ACFT Bis / up to 70000 LBS
Helicopter Ja / Yes
Summer H 24
Winter H 24
CTR H 24
Luftaufsicht / OPS +49 (0)30 / 6951-3601, -3602
AIS EDDI +49 (0)30 / 69513428
MET (0190) 077222
Gafor 18

Zoll / Customs HX
Fuel 100 LL, Jet A1 0600-2100 (0500-2000)
Oil O / R Turbo 390, 500
Hangar Ja / Yes
Höhe / Elevation 163 ft / 50 m
FIS Berlin Information 126.350, Berlin-Tempelhof ATIS 126.025
VDF / QDM O/R
Rufzeichen / Call sign Tempelhof Tower/Turm
Frequenz Tower 119575 EN/GE
NAV Aids TOF VOR 114.10 am Platz/at field PAPI ABN
Koordinaten 52 28, 42 N / 13 24, 10 E
Landebahnen / RWY 2
RWY 1840 x 42,5 m, ASPHALT
RWY 09R TKOF 1695 m; LDG 1749 m
RWY 27L TKOF 1840 m; LDG 1695 m
MTOW 77/F/A/W/T
RWY II 2094 x 42,5 m, ASPHALT
RWY 09L TKOF 1560 m; LDG 1666 m
RWY 27R TKOF 1700 m; LDG 1579 m
MTOW RWY II 18/F/B/W/T
Restaurant Ja

Adresse
Flughafen Tempelhof
ZIP / City D-12101
Berlin

+49 (0) 180 5000 186 - call center

URL http://www.berlin-airport.de/PubDeutsch/PubTempelhof/index.html
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General Info
Country Germany
ICAO ID EDDI
Time UTC+1(+2DT)
Latitude 52.473025
52° 28' 22.89" N
Longitude 13.403944
013° 24' 14.20" E
Elevation 167 feet
51 meters
Type Civil
Magnetic Variation 002° E (01/05)
Beacon Yes
Operating Agency CIVIL GOVERNMENT, (LANDING FEES AND DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE MAY BE REQUIRED)
Near City Berlin
Operating Hours 24 HOUR OPERATIONS
International Clearance Status Airport of Entry
Daylight Savings Time Last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October


Communications
TWR 119.575
118.1
338.0
GND 121.95
BERLIN DIRECTOR 136.1
121.125
BERLIN DEP 120.625
258.825
119.5
ATIS 126.025
BERLIN ARR 119.625
126.425
296.725
(119.625 NORTH, STARS to TERDA,LANUM)(132.7 SOUTH, STARS to KLF,FWE,ATGUP LERSI)


Runways
ID
Dimensions Surface PCN ILS
09R/27L 6037 x 140 feet
1840 x 43 meters
ASPHALT 077FAWT YES
09L/27R 6870 x 140 feet
2094 x 43 meters
ASPHALT 018FBWT NO


Navaids
Type ID Name Channel Freq Distance From Field Bearing From Navaid
VOR-DME TOF TEMPELHOF 088X 114.1 At Field -
NDB DIP PLANTER - 327 2.4 NM 270.3


Supplies/Equipment
Fuel Jet A1, without icing nhibitor.

100/130 MIL Spec, low lead, aviation gasoline (BLUE)
Oil Available (Types unknown)


Remarks
CAUTION Turb on final. Rwy 09R-27L grooved. Numerous cranes vcnty of rwy all quad.
FUEL A1 (AIR BP thru BFS) avbl 0600-2300Z++, fone C49-30-410-33117. Ntc aft 2300Z++, 8 hr prior ntc, $125/hr fone C44-1-202-590-558.
LGT Rwy lgt offset 15'. Apch lgt Rwy 09R, 500' wingout bars. PAPI Rwy 09L GS 3.7 MEHT 45', PAPI Rwy 27R GS 3.7 MEHT 44', PAPI Rwy 27L GS 3.5 .
MISC PPR 24 hr PN fr DFG OPS mgr at civ (030)6951-3601/3602 or fax 030-6951610. Rot Bcn white only.
RSTD Tkof from byd thld PPR twr.

Runway 09R/27L

6037 x 140 feet
1840 x 43 meters

Runway 09R
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 088.0
Latitude 52.470756
52° 28' 14.72" N
Longitude 13.391542
013° 23' 29.55" E
Elevation 153.0 feet
47 meters
Slope 0.2°
Landing Distance 5738 feet
1749 meters
Takeoff Distance 6349 feet
1935 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 299 feet
91 meters
Overrun Length 312 feet
95 meters
Overrun Surface ASPHALT
Lighting System SF
TDZL
CL
HIRL
REIL
A
PAPI

Runway 27L
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 268.0
Latitude 52.471408
52° 28' 17.07" N
Longitude 13.418594
013° 25' 06.94" E
Elevation 167.0 feet
51 meters
Slope -0.2°
Landing Distance 5561 feet
1695 meters
Takeoff Distance 6562 feet
2000 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 476 feet
145 meters
Overrun Length 525 feet
160 meters
Overrun Surface ASPHALT
Lighting System SF
TDZL
CL
HIRL
REIL
A
PAPI

Runway 09L/27R

6870 x 140 feet
2094 x 43 meters

Runway 09L
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 086.0
Latitude 52.474297
52° 28' 27.47" N
Longitude 13.387414
013° 23' 14.69" E
Elevation 150.0 feet
46 meters
Slope 0.2°
Landing Distance 5466 feet
1666 meters
Takeoff Distance 6870 feet
2094 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 1404 feet
428 meters
Lighting System HIRL
REIL
PAPI

Runway 27R
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 266.0
Latitude 52.475653
52° 28' 32.35" N
Longitude 13.418164
013° 25' 05.39" E
Elevation 163.0 feet
50 meters
Slope -0.2°
Landing Distance 5180 feet
1579 meters
Takeoff Distance 6870 feet
2094 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 1690 feet
515 meters
Lighting System HIRL
REIL
PAPI

Navaids

TEMPELHOF
Type ID Channel Freq Country State
VOR-DME TOF 088X 114.1 Germany -
Latitude Longitude Airport
52.473100
52° 28' 23.16" N
13.405389
013° 24' 19.40" E
EDDI

Navaids

PLANTER
Type ID Channel Freq Country State
NDB DIP - 327 Germany -
Latitude Longitude Airport
52.472861
52° 28' 22.30" N
13.468342
013° 28' 06.03" E
EDDI

 


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