Visby Airport (flygplats), Gotland

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

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

Location Indicator: ESSV

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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