Federal State (Freestate) of Bayern (Bavaria).
München Oberwiesenfeld 1932
Munich Oberwiesenfeld airfield in 1932
Aerial picture ca. 1932
Airfield characteristics at daytime
The airport is located on the northern edge of the city. A 96 m high gas tank is located west of the airport. Freestanding airplane hangar in the shape of a half cube. The center of the movement area is designated by a smoking stove in a white-circle. Windsock at the eastern radio mast.
Airfield characteristics at night
No permanent night lighting. On request at the air traffic control or the airport manager homing fire on the tower of the exhibition center, 5 km south of the airport Oberwiesenfeld and 15 km south of the airport Munich-Schleissheim. Fire height 571.49 m above sea level. Type of fire: Osram projection light 220 volt, 3000 watts.
Ident: Blk. Gr. 3.
Blink 0,4 s
Pause 3,8 s
Blink 0,4 s
Pause 3,8 s
Blink 0,4 s
Pause 16,2 s
Repeat 25,0 s
The floodlight on the tower of the Deutsches Museum serves as a further homing fire. The interior of the aircraft hangar is illuminated by 16 lamps of 500 watts each, the ramp in front of the hangar by 16 lamps of 1000 watts each. The gasometer, the chimneys of the factories on the west, north and east side of the airport, as well as the tops of the antennas on the administrative building are marked with red obstacle fires on request. At request to the airport administration or air traffic control, landing lights of red, white and green fires in the wind direction. Land from green over white to red, to the right of the row.
Runways, taxiways, aprons
Terrain: Good sod on gravel.
Shortest rolling-field length: 1000 meters in all directions.
Communication station: Call sign ddp. Aviation ground radio and direction finding station for communication and direction finding with airplanes. Call wave 333 kHz (900 m). Radio and cable station, connected to the international air traffic communication network.
Available at the airport.
1 aircraft hangar 70,0 x 82,0 m, height 20 m.
Gate width: 2 gates 60 m, 2 gates 30 m. Gate height: 10 m.
In the hangar running saddle of 2.0 t load capacity.
Include all necessary equipment for the repair of wooden aircraft and small repairs of metal aircraft. Charging station for accumulators up to 12 volts. Type of current: 220/370 volts AC. Stock of spare parts of all kinds.
Underground tank system for 90 000 l, as well as several sheds for barrel storage. The standard fuel of D. L. H. is available in considerable quantities at all times, in smaller quantities also the special products of the large fuel groups, as well as lubricants.
Gas for airships
Coal gas in the gas station in the immediate vicinity of the airport.
First aid in the case of accidents
Medical room and staff at the airport. Several doctors in the immediate vicinity of the airport.
Customs, post office, passport:
Passport and customs office as well as post office with telephone - without telegraph - in the airport administration building.
Accommodation of passengers
In the city.
Shuttle service of Südd. Luft Hansa A. G. to the scheduled airplanes. Taxi cabs on call at any time.
Kraftdroschken auf Anruf zu erhalten. Vorortbahn nach München.
Picture ca. 1930 - (ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Bildarchiv / Fotograf: Unbekannt / Ans_08718-080-AL / Public Domain Mark)
Enlargement: Aircraft and building
Enlargement: Aircraft Junkers F-13
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