Riesa-Göhlis Airfield

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Riesa-Göhlis Airfield
Riesa-Göhlis Airfield
Riesa-Göhlis Airfield
Type Public
Owner Stadtwerke Riesa ESAM
City Riesa
Runway Length Material
12/30 1000 x 20 m asphalt
12/30 600 x 30 m grass
Scenery tile e010n050
TerraSync published

The Riesa-Göhlis airfield is situated about two kilometers east of the center of Riesa in Saxony at an elevation of 322ft/98m. Riesa has a 1.000m long asphalt runway and a 600m long grass runway. Both runways have an orientation of 300°/120° and are located directly behind the other. The airfield is designed for helicopters, ultra light aircraft, glider and motor glider, skydivers, airships, balloons and aircraft up to a permissible maximum weight of 5.700kg. A special feature of the airfield is the public street between the airfield and the runway. Aircraft have to cross the street at an automatic traffic lights.

Flying at Riesa-Göhlis


  • Traffic Circuit SW 1.200 ft MSL, UL 900 ft MSL
  • avoid residential areas
  • opening hours: from sunrise to sunset, at night you have to click the door to move it
  • traffic light at the street switches automatically (animation range <35 m)


All diagrams and charts are available for download.


  • RWY 12 Direction 120° asphalt
  • RWY 30 Direction 300° asphalt
  • RWY 12C Direction 120° grass
  • RWY 30C Direction 300° grass

(RWY09 and RWY27 of the FG scenery 2.0 are not in use: status 01/2015)


  • 103°/34 NM from LEG 115.85
  • 189°/44 NM from KLF 115.15
  • 330°/19 NM from DRN 114.35


  • Riesa Info - 122,600 MHz, 15NM to 3000ft AGL
  • FIS: Berlin Information 125.800 MHz

Technology at the airfield

  • Piper 28
  • Zlin 42 MU
  • Ikarus C 42
  • Aeroprakt A 22
  • Fantasy Air Allegro 2000
  • SkyLeader 150

At the airfield


Runways of Riesa

Both runways have an orientation of 300°/120° and are located directly behind the other.
(RWY09 and RWY27 of the FG scenery 2.0 are not in use: status 01/2015)

Main Apron (hard)

Main apron at the night

The main apron is located in front of the Flight Control inside the fenced airfield area.

Parking Positions: Apron01, Apron02, Apron03 (see #Scenery Add-on)

Hangar 1

The Hangar 1 at EDAU

On the left beside the Flight Control there is a hangar for light aircrafts. Here you can start your engine too.

Parking Positions: Hangar01

West Apron (grass)

The west apron

This is the upstream apron just before the entry door next to the wooden fence. Here you have parking positions too.

Parking Positions: West01, West02, West03

Entry Door

The entry door at EDAU

The automatic entry door is open from sunrise to sunset. Outside the opening times the entry door is closed and you can open the door for a moment by clicking.


The development of modeling the airport buildings started 2014. Since the beginning of 2015 the scenery is available via TerraSync.

  • detailed, phototextured and handcolored 3D models of all buildings and site facilities
  • illuminated areas by night textures or rembrandt lighting
  • many animations like movable entry door and hangar door, airport beacon or traffic light
  • fully Rembrandt compatible
  • prepared for custom AI traffic

Scenery Add-on

A custom FGsenery_Saxony package is available for download. This Scenery add-on may contain traces of airport dates, airport layouts, airport buildings and more which are not available via Terrasync and is steadily increasing with the development of selected airfields of Saxony. Have a look at the List of airports in Germany or on this map to gain an overview about the current custom scenery of saxony. For Riesa-Göhlis this package contains airport dates for ground network, runway usage and tower view point. Note: the start-up positions are not usable in-sim (no apt.dat update)

Always get the newest development version automatically: Download the FGscenery_Saxony.zip

Download via TerraSync

TerraSync has it all! You don't need to download a custom scenery. Terrasync makes it easy for every user always to have the latest scenery installed automatically.

Last updates:
2015-01-05 scenery published

Related content

List of airports in Germany

External links

Airport Diagrams
Riesa-Göhlis Airfield at Wikipedia (German)