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LBC Airport Information:

IATA / ICAO Codes: LBC / EDHL
Airport Names:
  1. Lübeck Airport
  2. Flughafen Lübeck
Location: Lübeck (near Hamburg), Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
GPS Coordinates: 53°48'19"N by 10°43'9"E
Area Served: Lübeck, Germany
Operator/Owner: Flughafen Lübeck GmbH
Airport Type: Public
Elevation: 53 feet (16 meters)
# of Runways: 1
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Facts about Lübeck Airport (LBC):

  • A new ILS CAT II system went operational in February 2014 allowing planes to operate at the airport in more difficult weather conditions.
  • Lübeck Airport (LBC) currently has only 1 runway.
  • Because of Lübeck Airport's relatively low elevation of 53 feet, planes can take off or land at Lübeck Airport at a lower air speed than at airports located at a higher elevation. This is because the air density is higher closer to sea level than it would otherwise be at higher elevations.
  • The furthest airport from Lübeck Airport (LBC) is Chatham Islands (CHT), which is located 11,674 miles (18,787 kilometers) away in Waitangi, Chatham Islands, New Zealand.
  • The local bus line 6 runs every 20 minutes and connects the airport with Lübeck's main bus station/ZOB.
  • The closest airport to Lübeck Airport (LBC) is Hamburg Airport (HAM), which is located 32 miles (52 kilometers) WSW of LBC.
  • Lübeck Airport features one small terminal building containing check-in facilities, a shop as well as some restaurants.
  • The construction of the airport began in 1916 and was completed in 1917.
  • Lübeck Airport handled 537,835 passengers last year.
  • It is the secondary airport for the Hamburg Metropolitan Region after the much bigger Hamburg Airport.Wizz Air refers to the airport as "Hamburg Lübeck" despite its actual name while Ryanair calls it "Lübeck".
  • In addition to being known as "Lübeck Airport", another name for LBC is "Flughafen Lübeck".
  • Regional trains run every hour between Kiel and Lüneburg, stopping at the airport's own station Lübeck-Flughafen as well as Lübeck main station.

Map of Nearest Airports from Lübeck Airport:

List of Nearest Airports from Lübeck Airport:

RankDistance & DirectionAirport Name & IATA CodeAirport LocationFurther Actions
132.13 miles (51.71 km) WSWHamburg Airport (HAM)Hamburg / Fuhlsbüttel, GermanyView Hamburg Airport on a map Set HAM as destination Airport Get more information about Hamburg Airport
240.63 miles (65.38 km) WSWHamburg Finkenwerder Airport (XFW)Hamburg, GermanyView Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport on a map Set XFW as destination Airport Get more information about Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport
345.98 miles (74.00 km) NNWKiel Holtenau Airport (KEL)Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyView Kiel Holtenau Airport on a map Set KEL as destination Airport Get more information about Kiel Holtenau Airport
450.74 miles (81.66 km) ESESchwerin-Parchim Airport (SZW)Parchim, GermanyView Schwerin-Parchim Airport on a map Set SZW as destination Airport Get more information about Schwerin-Parchim Airport
564.01 miles (103.01 km) ERostock–Laage Airport (RLG)Rostock, GermanyView Rostock–Laage Airport on a map Set RLG as destination Airport Get more information about Rostock–Laage Airport
668.28 miles (109.89 km) NNELolland Falster Airport (MRW)Lolland Falster, DenmarkView Lolland Falster Airport on a map Set MRW as destination Airport Get more information about Lolland Falster Airport
777.79 miles (125.19 km) WNWHeide-Büsum Airport (HEI)Heide, Schleswig-Holstein, GermanyView Heide-Büsum Airport on a map Set HEI as destination Airport Get more information about Heide-Büsum Airport
884.09 miles (135.33 km) WNordholz Naval Airbase (FCN)Nordholz, GermanyView Nordholz Naval Airbase on a map Set FCN as destination Airport Get more information about Nordholz Naval Airbase
988.35 miles (142.19 km) NNWSønderborg Airport (SGD)Sønderborg, DenmarkView Sønderborg Airport on a map Set SGD as destination Airport Get more information about Sønderborg Airport
1088.71 miles (142.77 km) SSWCelle Air Base (ZCN)Celle, GermanyView Celle Air Base on a map Set ZCN as destination Airport Get more information about Celle Air Base
1189.33 miles (143.76 km) ENEStralsund Barth Airport (BBH)Barth, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, GermanyView Stralsund Barth Airport on a map Set BBH as destination Airport Get more information about Stralsund Barth Airport
1290.27 miles (145.27 km) WSWBremerhaven Airport (BRV)Bremerhaven, Bremen, GermanyView Bremerhaven Airport on a map Set BRV as destination Airport Get more information about Bremerhaven Airport
1395.24 miles (153.27 km) WSWBremen Airport (BRE)Bremen, GermanyView Bremen Airport on a map Set BRE as destination Airport Get more information about Bremen Airport
14102.30 miles (164.64 km) SSWHannover Airport (HAJ)Hanover, Lower Saxony, GermanyView Hannover Airport on a map Set HAJ as destination Airport Get more information about Hannover Airport
15106.72 miles (171.75 km) ENeubrandenburg Airport (FNB)Neubrandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, GermanyView Neubrandenburg Airport on a map Set FNB as destination Airport Get more information about Neubrandenburg Airport

Map of Furthest Airports from Lübeck Airport:

List of Furthest Airports from Lübeck Airport:

RankDistance & DirectionAirport Name & IATA CodeAirport LocationFurther Actions
111,673.80 miles (18,787.11 km) SSEChatham Islands (CHT)Waitangi, Chatham Islands, New ZealandView Chatham Islands on a map Set CHT as destination Airport Get more information about Chatham Islands
211,378.81 miles (18,312.37 km) ESEDunedin International Airport (DUD)Dunedin, Otago, New ZealandView Dunedin International Airport on a map Set DUD as destination Airport Get more information about Dunedin International Airport
311,368.88 miles (18,296.39 km) ESEOamaru Airport (OAM)Oamaru, North Otago, New ZealandView Oamaru Airport on a map Set OAM as destination Airport Get more information about Oamaru Airport
411,348.25 miles (18,263.19 km) ESEChristchurch International Airport (CHC)Christchurch, New ZealandView Christchurch International Airport on a map Set CHC as destination Airport Get more information about Christchurch International Airport
511,343.55 miles (18,255.62 km) ESEAshburton Aerodrome (ASG)Ashburton, New ZealandView Ashburton Aerodrome on a map Set ASG as destination Airport Get more information about Ashburton Aerodrome
611,342.72 miles (18,254.30 km) ESERichard Pearse Airport (Timaru Airport) (TIU)Timaru, New ZealandView Richard Pearse Airport (Timaru Airport) on a map Set TIU as destination Airport Get more information about Richard Pearse Airport (Timaru Airport)
711,337.82 miles (18,246.40 km) ESERyan's Creek Aerodrome (SZS)Stewart Island, New ZealandView Ryan's Creek Aerodrome on a map Set SZS as destination Airport Get more information about Ryan's Creek Aerodrome
811,328.00 miles (18,230.60 km) SEKaikoura Aerodrome (KBZ)Kaikoura, New ZealandView Kaikoura Aerodrome on a map Set KBZ as destination Airport Get more information about Kaikoura Aerodrome
911,326.81 miles (18,228.69 km) ESEInvercargill Airport (IVC)Invercargill, New ZealandView Invercargill Airport on a map Set IVC as destination Airport Get more information about Invercargill Airport
1011,316.64 miles (18,212.32 km) ESEAlexandra Aerodrome (ALR)Alexandra, New ZealandView Alexandra Aerodrome on a map Set ALR as destination Airport Get more information about Alexandra Aerodrome
1111,308.63 miles (18,199.42 km) SEHood Aerodrome (MRO)Masterton, New ZealandView Hood Aerodrome on a map Set MRO as destination Airport Get more information about Hood Aerodrome
1211,304.64 miles (18,193.01 km) SEWellington International Airport (WLG)Wellington, New ZealandView Wellington International Airport on a map Set WLG as destination Airport Get more information about Wellington International Airport
1311,290.05 miles (18,169.53 km) ESEWanaka Airport (WKA)Wanaka, New ZealandView Wanaka Airport on a map Set WKA as destination Airport Get more information about Wanaka Airport
1411,286.95 miles (18,164.55 km) SEWoodbourne Airport (BHE)Blenheim, New ZealandView Woodbourne Airport on a map Set BHE as destination Airport Get more information about Woodbourne Airport
1511,286.00 miles (18,163.01 km) SEKapiti Coast Airport (PPQ)Paraparaumu Beach, New ZealandView Kapiti Coast Airport on a map Set PPQ as destination Airport Get more information about Kapiti Coast Airport