No Money Mondays: Eindhoven Airport by DignomDesign

May 27, 2024

It's a new Monday, which means it's time for another edition of No Money Mondays at Threshold. This time, we're heading to the Dutch city of Eindhoven to explore DignomDesign’s version of Eindhoven Airport (EHEH) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Eindhoven Airport was established in 1932 as a grass strip. In 1939, the Royal Netherlands Air Force took over the airfield due to the escalating conflict with Germany. The airfield was later acquired and expanded by Germany with three paved runways, hangars, and other buildings. In 1952, the airport was returned to the Dutch and became a hub for various military aircraft. It wasn't until 1984 that a terminal building for civilian passengers was constructed. Over the years, the airport served as a military transport base, while civilian air traffic also steadily increased. In 2012, the airport underwent a major expansion, and in 2021, plans for further expansion of the terminal in 2025 were announced. In 2023, the airport served a total of 6.8 million passengers with a total of 41.496 aircraft movements. Today, the airport offers numerous destinations, including Oslo, London, Barcelona, and many other cities, thanks to airlines such as Transavia, TUI fly Netherlands, Ryanair, and more.

The freeware airport offers a range of features, including airport buildings, custom runway, custom apron markings, F16 shelters, aerial imagery, custom approach lights, an official GSX profile, and more.

The freeware Eindhoven Airport is available for download at So what are you waiting for? It's your turn to visit Eindhoven!

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