(DE) (50.49.20 N 06.11.15 E) Nordrhein-Westfalen
General: 8 km Northeast of Aachen city centre. 4 Km east of Würselen and 6 Km west of Eschweiler.
1914 – First used as an airfield.
1919 – 1929 – user by the Belgians who were the occupying power in the region.
1932 - Flughafen II
1940 - Grass Einsatzhäfen
29 Jan 1945 – captured by the Americans
Dimensions: 686m x 640m
Infrastructure: Two large hangers near the northwest corner of the airfield. Various buildings along the northside behind the hangers. Three refuelling points in front of the hangers.
Remarks: The allies used this airfield in 1945 giving it the designation "Y-46".
Fliegerhorst und Einsatzhafen der Luftwaffe - Ries & Dierich
Germany, List of Air bases – correct to 21.11.41 (A.I.2b).
Flugplätze der Luftwaffe 1934-1945, Lexicon aller Flugplätze von A-Z - Jürgen Zapf