Kassel Airport (formerly Kassel-Calden Airport) is a minor international airport serving the German city of Kassel in the state of Hesse. It is located in the north of Hesse close to the Lower Saxony Border in the northwest of Kassel and is mainly used for business and general aviation operations. Two flight schools and a parachuting school are based on site.
Main Commercial Operations:
|Sund Air||Egypt, Baleares, Canary Islands, Greek Islands|
|Rhein-Neckar Air||Flights to the German North- and Eastcoast incl. Sylt-Westerland|
|SkyAlps||Bolzano, Italy (beginning in 2023)|
Kassel ATC Stationen
covered by DST if not staffed
covered by ALR if not staffed
Kassel is an minor airport of the Regional Group Bremen. vACC Germany Controllers are allowed to control in Kassel (Ground and Tower) without any visiting controller regulations like for major airports (e.g. Hamburg, Berlin) with their S2 or higher Rating. For all Center stations (CTR) covering Kassel Airport a Center endorsement is still required.
Ground and Tower positions do not have to track aircrafts. Kassel Airport has no designated Approach Controller.