Visby Airport, Gotland

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Visby flygplats

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In the 1950s

Airport chart Visby Airport (flygplats), Sweden 1950
Airport (October 1950)
These parts are located in the southwestern area of today's airport. There is no paved runway yet, the maximum extend of the landing ground is 1,350 m (4,430 feet) and 1,000 m (3,280 feet). 1.5 miles to the northeast is a flashing beacon, which is switched on upon request. The field has a non-directional radio beacon (NDB) with the identification 'SEK' and direction finder. Directly northwest of the field, the narrow-gauge railway from Visby to Hästnes / Väskinde / Tingstäde / Lärbro passes by - which no longer exists today.
(Source: US DoD)

In the 1960s

NDB approach chart runway 20 Visby Airport (flygplats), Sweden 1960
NDB approach runway 20 (October 1960)
(Source: US DoD)
ILS approach chart runway 20 Visby Airport (flygplats), Gotland, 1960
ILS approach runway 20 (October 1960)
(Source: US DoD)
ILS approach chart runway 20 Visby Airport (flygplats), Gotland, Sweden 1966
ILS approach runway 20 (May 1966)
The radio beacon Salthamn with the identifier 'SIC' is now called Visby and has the identifier 'OV'.
(Source: US DoD)

Source for all maps, if not marked otherwise: US Department of Defense (US DoD)


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