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Mannheim CTR (HX) is a class D airspace from ground to 2000 ft MSL. 

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Authorized aircraft

Only the following aircraft are allowed to land at Mannheim City Airport:

On the hard surface RWY:

  • Airplanes up to 10.000 kg MTOW
  • Donier 328-100 (D328)
  • Dash 8-100 and 300 (DH8A, DH8C)
  • ATR 42-500 (AT45)
  • Falcon 50, 2000, 900 EX/DX (FA50, F2TH, F900)
  • Challenger 300 (CL30)
  • Cessna 680 (C680)
  • Embraer Legacy 450, 500 (E450, E500)

On the grass RWY:

All other aircraft should be requested to divert to the alternate airport or to change the aircraft if still able to do so.

Parking Positions

Prefered parking for Airlines are the two taxi-out positions in front of the Terminal. Other aircraft can be parked either at the positions 1 - 5, the hangars or at the grass area. For refueling the gas station east of taxiway A is used.

VFR Flights

Next to the hard surface runway a grass runway (27/09, 795 x 30m) is available for Light Type aircraft up to 5.700 kg MTOW.

Leaving CTR via the following routings:

  • RWY 27: Romeo, Whiskey, Sierra
  • RWY 09: Kilo, Echo, Sierra

Entering CTR via the following routings:

  • RWY 27: Kilo, Sierra
  • RWY 09: Romeo

Traffic Pattern: Due to noise abatement reasons the southern traffic pattern is prefered and should be used as often as practical. VFR traffic should not overfly the city of Mannheim, Ludwigshafen and the surrounding villages. Additionally there are 3 hospitals with helicopter landing sites W/NW of the airport (see VFR Chart for details).

IFR Departures

All IFR departures will get one of the SIDs out of Mannheim. Prior takeoff clearance a departure release by Langen Radar is required for all IFR flights.

All departures shall be separated by radar separation or wake turbulence separation, whichever is greater. Departures flying the same SID shall be spaced by at least 5NM when the following aircraft overflies the departure end of runway.