Infrastructure and legacy
Ljungbyhed airport is an airport dedicated for aviation training.
Ljungbyhed has been used as an airfield since 1910. Through its over 100 years of history, it has
served as a training airfield where thousands of pilots, engineers and air traffic controllers have
been trained. This, one-of-a-kind airport, incorporates facilities tailored for aviation training,
its own Air Traffic Control and airfield operations. The dedicated airspace, runways and field
surfaces can be allocated for UAS operations.
The airport facilities incorporates hangars, warehouses, classrooms, offices, facilities for indoor
flying etc. All owned and maintained by Ljungbyhed Park.
Ljungbyhed Park also offers a wide range of housing types and a choice of restaurants and catering.
The nearby national park, and the on-site golf course facilitates recreation.
Inhouse EASA education competence for pilots and technicians
Ljungbyhed houses two EASA approved schools; Lund University School of Aviation, an EASA approved
ATO, trains pilots. Flygteknikcenter Ljungbyhed trains Engineers/technicians as an EASA part 147
organisation. Both schools also carry out parts of UAS training. The gathering of all aviation
related training throughout the whole aviation industry in one place creates
a distinctively competitive platform.
An international renowned aviation center for development and training in the UAS field. The
airport’s unique position creates commercial opportunities
for established under-takings and new entrants.