WELCOME TO THE

Adolf Würth Airport in Schwäbisch Hall

From Cape to Goodwood



The British Pilot Tracey Curtis-Tayler stayed overnight at the Adolf Würth Airport during her historical trip from South Africa to England in a 1942 built Boeing Stearman. She was following the route used by Mary Heath in the 1920ies. Mary Heath was the first woman with an Airline Transport Pilot License, the first woman to jump out of an airplane with a parachute and the first person to fly the trip from the Cape to England as a solo pilot. More information about the trip under www.capetogoodwood.com

Airport firestation fit for operations



The Adolf Würth Airport fire station has successfully participated at the "Regional Airport Fire Training" in Leipzig. The firefighters have undergone several different fire situations in and outside the aircraft on a Boeing 747 in a realistic environment.

EDTY transmitting TAF and METAR

As of July 1st 2013 the Adolf Würth Airport starts transmitting TAF and METAR via the German National Weather Service (DWD). Until the end of september weather information is available from monday through friday. Preceeding the implementation several changes to the weather sensors have been performed as well as the training of the ATC personnel. When all training requirements are completed transmission of weather data will continue monday to sunday.

Getting to the Airport

The airfield is no longer accessible through the town of Altenhausen. The Adolf Würth Airport can now be accessed via the Tüngentaler Strasse and the new southern access road that runs parallel to the runway. For written directions click here .

WEATHER
METAR EDTY 281150Z 07005KT 360V110 9999 FEW038 25/16 Q1012
FORECAST EDDS 281100Z 2812/2912 VRB03KT 9999 SCT025
TEMPO 2812/2823 4000 SHRA BKN020CB PROB30
TEMPO 2814/2823 22015G30KT 1400 +TSRA BKN012 PROB30
 

Metars/TAFs from NOAA can be retrieved here

METAR     9h TAF     18h TAF
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