Brussels Evere-Haren Airport


Historical approach and aerodrome charts

L'aérodrome de Bruxelles Haren-Evere - Cartes d'approche historiques

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CoordinatesN505254 E0042527 (WGS84) Google Maps

The Brussels Evere-Haren airport was closed after World War II. Today, Rue de la Fusée / Raketstraat runs through the site, where the NATO headquarters, the Evere Queen Elisabeth Quarters and the Da Vinci Science Park are located.

In the 1940s

Range approach chart runway 27 Brussels Evere-Haren Airport, Belgium 1945
Range approach runway 27 (June 1945) (Source: US DoD)
Carte / plan de l'aérodrome de Bruxelles Haren-Evere, Belgique 1945
Aerodrome (July 1945) - There is one runway - 093/273: length 1006 m, width 46 m (3300 feet x 150 feet). To the west is a 274 m (900 feet) long section with steel mats. Remarkable on the right side of the map is the taxiway to Brussels Melsbroek / Zaventem airfield, located about 4 km to the northeast: "Taxi (tr)ack To Melsbroek (Source: US DoD)
Range approach chart runway 27 Brussels Evere-Haren Airport, Belgium 1946
Range approach runway 27 (January 1946) (Source: US DoD)

Index to the objects shown on the maps

Aerodromes / Aérodromes:

Radio beacons / Radiophares aéronautiques:

Air traffic control / Contrôle de la circulation aérienne:

  • Tower


  • Asse, Auderghem - Oudergem, Cimetière de Bruxelles / Begraafplaats van Brussel, Demer, Dijle, Evere, Haacht / Haren, Halle, Herent, La Hulpe, Leuven / Louvain, Mechelen / Malines, Neerijse, Opwijk, Overijse, Schelde, Schepdaal, Sint-Amands, Sint-Generius-Rode, Vilvoorde, Wavre, Waterloo, Willebroek, Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde

Source for all maps, if not marked otherwise: US Department of Defense (US DoD)


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