Transfer From Berlin Tempelhof Airport (THF) To Mainz-Finthen Airport (QMZ)

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Berlin Tempelhof Airport

Berlin-Tempelhof Airport was one of the first commercial airports in Germany along with the Berlin airports Johannisthal and Staaken and in 1923 started regular service. It was until its closure on 30 October 2008, Berlin-Tegel and Berlin-Schönefeld one of three international airports in the Greater Berlin and was called the central airport. In 2007, around 350,000 passengers were handled there. Since 2010, the former airport site is designated by the state of Berlin and its companies with the project name Tempelhofer Freiheit and is open to the public. In the media and in colloquial language, on the other hand, people often talk about the Tempelhof field. Recently, only four airlines have served the Berlin-Tempelhof Airport in regular service. These included Brussels Airlines, InterSky and...

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Mainz Finthen Airport 

The Mainz-Finthen airfield is a traffic landing place in the Rhineland-Palatinate state capital Mainz. Operator is the airfield Mainz Finthen GmbH on behalf of the former operator, the aviation club Mainz. The airfield was operated in the period from 1993 to 1 August 2008 by a non-profit organization. 200 m away from the airport is the stop Layenhof of the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbundes. Access by motor vehicles is only permitted via the Layenhof. Through the airfield runs on the northeastern edge of a private bike path between the Layenhof, the Ober-Olmer forest and Finthen, which may be used during operating hours. The nearest motorway junction is Mainz-Finthen the Federal Highway 60.

The airstrip with two runways is located about 9 km southwest of Mainz city center,...