Dresden Klotzsche Airport

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

For historical information only, do not use for navigation or aviation purposes!

Location Indicator: EDXD, ETDN, EDDC

In the 1960s

Standard NDB approach Dresden Klotzsche Airport, East Germany 1960
Standard NDB approach runway 22 (October 1960) - The approach leads over the two non-directional radio beacons 'DN' and 'N'., (Source: DDR / CIA)
NDB approach chart runway 22 Dresden Airport, GDR 1960
NDB approach runway 22 (October 1960) - Approach with a 'small box'., (Source: DDR / CIA)
NDB approach chart runway 22 Dresden Airport, East Germany 1960
High NDB approach runway 22 (October 1960) - The approach starts at Flight Level 3300 m (3300 STD) and leads first in the large loop down to a height of 600 m above the airfield (600 QFE)., (Source: DDR / CIA)
Holding pattern Dresden, 1960
Holding pattern (October 1960) - Over the airfield beacon, which also has the ident 'DN'., (Source: DDR / CIA)
NDB approach chart runway 04 Dresden Klotzsche Airport, Germany 1960
High NDB approach runway 04 (October 1960) - The approach starts at Flight Level 3000 m (3000 STD) and continues via the Wilsdruff broadcasting station (BS)., (Source: DDR / CIA)
Airport chart Dresden Klotzsche Airport, Germany 1960
Airport (October 1960) - The runway is unusually wide at 80 metres. At the beginning of the approach lighting in the northeast is a red beacon., (Source: DDR / CIA)

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