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Grafenwohr Army Air Field Charter Flights and Air Charter Service

International Air Charter is able to handle all of your air charter services to or from Grafenwohr Army Air Field. We will make sure that the flight you pick is the right one for you. The staff we use has years of experience in the air charter industry and will be sure that the flight you choose to or from Grafenwohr Army Air Field is the right one for you.

Grafenwohr Army Air Field Information

Location: , Germany

Type: Medium Airport

Scheduled Service: No


Elevation: 1363 Feet

Latitude: 49.6987

Longitude: 11.9402

Runways at Grafenwohr Army Air Field

Grafenwohr Army Air Field has 1 runway.

1 3300 Feet73 FeetASPYes

Radio Frequencies

Grafenwohr Army Air Field utilizes the following radio frequencies.

2 APPAPP138.250
3 GNDGND141.300

Flying in Luxury Aboard a Charter Plane

  1. No last minute scheduling or alterations
  2. Passengers will now be searched
  3. Air Marshalls will be assigned to the private jets
  4. Background checks for passengers and the crew
  5. Luggage checks with limitations.

Most people will never travel in a private jet, but for the few who do, it is a wonderful experience. Heads of state and their families are among the lucky few who have that opportunity. There are many benefits for them to travel in a private plane. They can fly right to their destination airportand on their own schedule. No waiting for commercial airlines. The private jet will not be running behind schedule. Landing on a smaller runway is possible and opens up many different areas. Food and libations are available and can be served at anytime. Complete privacy is important to heads of state and that is possible when they are on a private plane. Anyone who is lucky enough to have this experience will enjoy the flight completely. It is a wonderful way to travel.

Flying in Luxury Aboard a Charter Plane

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), sets the baselines for flight laws in the country. Both sorts of air flight systems, private and public, needs to abide by the direction of the FAA. The FAA laws have been and are presently in place to keep the crafts, the pilots and the public, secure in the air. The Federal Aviation Administration is within the direction of the US Department of Transportation (DOT). The FAA and the DOT, both watch closely all flight problems and activities for the safety travel of all passengers on United States airlines.