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Nuremberg Airport

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EDDN
Airport
ICAO: EDDN – IATA: NUE
Summary
Name Nuremberg Airport
Region Europe
Territory Germany DE.gif
Location Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
Serving Nuremberg
Elevation 318.821 m
1,046 ft
1,046 ft318.821 m
Coordinates 49° 29' 51.27" N, 11° 4' 36.65" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
10/28 2700 m8,858.268 ft
45 m147.638 ft
ASP yes/yes


METAR
Observation EDDN 170850Z 13005KT 9999 SCT044 13/08 Q1016 NOSIG
Station Nuernberg
Date/Time 17 October 2019 08:50:00
Wind direction 130°
Wind speed 05 kts
Lowest cloud amount scattered clouds
Temperature 13°C
Dew point 8°C
Humidity 71%
QNH 1016 hPa
Weather condition n/a

WX
Tag(s) Fog

Nuremberg Airport

ICAO: EDDN IATA: NUE

Description

International airport 5 km2.7 nm
5,000 m
16,404.199 ft
north of the city centre.

Climatology

Temperate Marine climate/Oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb). Moderately cool summer and comparatively warm winter with a temperature range of only 14°C57.2 °F
287.15 K
516.87 °R
. Prevailing south-westerly winds from the Atlantic Ocean.

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of EDDN

  • B738, Nuremburg Germany, 2010 (On 8 January 2010, an Air Berlin Boeing 737-800 attempted to commence a rolling take off at Nuremburg on a runway pre-advised as having only ‘medium’ braking action. Whilst attempting to position the aircraft on the runway centreline, directional control was lost and the aircraft exited the paved surface onto soft ground at low speed before the flight crew were able to stop it. The event was attributed to the inappropriately high taxi speed onto the runway and subsequent attempt to conduct a rolling take off. Relevant Company standard operating procedures were found to be deficient.)
  • E145, Nuremberg Germany, 2005 (On 18 July 2005, an Embraer 145 being operated by Swiss Air Lines on a scheduled passenger flight from Zurich to Nuremberg left the 2700 metre runway during the landing roll at destination in normal daylight visibility by means of an intentional high speed attempt to turn to one side when it became apparent that the aircraft would not stop before the end of the runway. The aircraft departed the runway tail first during a ground loop of approximately 200 degrees to the left and eventually came to a stop 30 metres from the centreline with the main landing gear on the grass. None of the 19 occupants was injured and there was only slight damage to the aircraft.)
  • E170, Nuremberg Germany, 2013 (On 13 March 2013, smoke and fumes were immediately evident when the cable of an external GPU was connected to an ERJ170 aircraft on arrival after flight with passengers still on board. A precautionary rapid disembarkation was conducted. The Investigation found that a short circuit had caused extensive heat damage to the internal part of the aircraft GPU receptacle and minor damage to the surrounding structure and that the short circuit had occurred due to metallic FOD lodged within the external connecting box of aircraft GPU receptacle.)
  • F100, Nuremburg Germany, 2015 (On 20 January 2015, The APU of a Fokker 100 being routinely de-iced prior to departing Nuremburg oversped as a result of the ignition of ingested de-icing fluid in the APU. This led to its explosive uncontained failure as the result of which ejected debris entered the aft cabin and smoke occurred. No occupants were injured and all were promptly disembarked. The Investigation found that the de-icing contractor involved had not followed manufacturer-issued aircraft-specific de-icing procedures and in the continued absence of any applicable safety regulatory oversight of ground de-icing activity, corresponding Safety Recommendations were made.)