Hoogeveen Airport

Hoogeveen Airport (Dutch: Vliegveld Hoogeveen) (ICAO: EHHO) is a small general aviation airfield located 0.6 NM (1.1 km; 0.69 mi) northeast of Hoogeveen, a town in the northeastern Netherlands. There are several flying clubs and flying schools located at the airport. It has one grass runway with a length of 1,080 m (3,543 ft). Once per year the special event Wings and Wheels is hosted here. It is a show with classic planes and cars. Special aircraft from all over The Netherlands, Germany and Belgium come to show them to the people. There is also a steakhouse on the grounds.

Hoogeveen Airport

Vliegveld Hoogeveen
Airport typePublic
OperatorStichting Vliegveld Hoogeveen
ServesHoogeveen, Netherlands
Elevation AMSL40 ft / 12 m
Coordinates52°43′51″N 006°30′58″E / 52.73083°N 6.51611°E / 52.73083; 6.51611Coordinates: 52°43′51″N 006°30′58″E / 52.73083°N 6.51611°E / 52.73083; 6.51611
Direction Length Surface
m ft
9/27 1,080 3,543 Grass
Sources: AIP[1]


The Airport was initially intended for the Fokker company when they made their older Propeller airplanes.

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  1. ^ EHHO – HOOGEVEEN/Hoogeveen. AIP from AIS the Netherlands, effective 1 December 2022

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