In a defeat for local anti-aviation communities, Oberpfaffenhofen’s special-use airport just 28 km from Munich has won a battle that will allow it to grow into the region’s business jet airport. Bavaria’s top court ruled recently to ease restrictions on noise limits and opening hours and to allow 10,000 movements a year. The airport, best known for production of Dornier bombers during World War II, is a base for RUAG aerostructures, business jet maintenance and Dornier 228NG ...
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