Mannheim City Private Jet Charter

Mannheim City Airport, formerly Mannheim Airport, is a commercial airport in the city of Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The airport is actively used for business private jet flights to the region. The port is operated by Rhein-Neckar Flugplatz GmbH. In 2010, about 130,000 passengers were counted, 51,000 of them on scheduled flights. After Cirrus Airlines ceased operations to Mannheim in December 2011, scheduled flights at the airport have been operated again by Rhein-Neckar Air since March 2014.

The commercial airport includes a terminal, a tower, a multi-storey parking lot and several hangars. In addition, a store for aviation supplies has been set up right next to the City-Airport

Germany private jet charter prices

Although Mannheim City Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Mannheim are as follows.

Light Jet20.650 EUR
Midsize Jet35.250 EUR
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

History of Mannheim City Airport

Mannheim airport opened in 1926 with a grass runway at Mannheim-Neuostheim. Badisch-Pfälzische Flugverkehr AG, founded in 1924 and based in Mannheim, changed its name to Badisch-Pfälzische Lufthansa in 1926 and offered regularly scheduled flights to Frankfurt am Main, Darmstadt, Karlsruhe, Baden-Baden, Villingen, Freiburg and Basel. After entering into cooperation with Lufthansa, Hamburg and Berlin were added in 1927. In 1927, Mannheim was one of Lufthansa’s most frequently served airports. After a rapid increase in air traffic from 2024 passengers in 1930 to 11,600 passengers in 1937, during which time the airport was renamed Mannheim – Ludwigshafen – Heidelberg Airport, flight operations came to a standstill during the Second World War.

The airport was occupied by the US Army in 1945 and only reopened for glider operations in 1953. In 1957, sport motor pilots were accepted and a year later Mannheim was again given official status as a landing field with two grass runways, 460 and 615 meters long. The number of flight movements grew rapidly. In 1959, 6236 glider and 11,421 motorized flight movements were counted, rising to 6220 and 21,854 respectively in 1962. In 1973 a runway was built, extended to 1000 meters and with a solid surface. A year later there were 44,000 passengers. The city also planned a regional airport at Mannheim-Sandhofen. After this was not built due to too much opposition, the city reinvested in Neuostheim in the 1990s. In 1991, the asphalt runway was extended to 1186 meters, three hangars were renovated, six new hangars were built and a new terminal was constructed. During these investments, a new multi-storey parking garage was also built right next to the new terminal. In addition, an instrument approach (localizer/DME) was installed. The number of passengers increased from 78,000 in 1988 to almost 200,000 in 2006. In 2007, a larger hangar was built on the eastern edge of the airport and an older hangar in the center of the airport site was demolished and replaced by a new, more modern and larger hangar.

Mannheim travel guide

The city of Mannheim, the economic and cultural center of the Rhine-Neckar Triangle, is also famous for being accepted into the UNESCO creative cities network for music.

Among the must-see spots in the city; Wasserturm (Water Tower), which is located at the most important point of the city with the rose gardens around it, Schloss Mannheim (Palace), which fascinates those who see it with its Baroque architecture, the National State Theater, the oldest local theater in the country, and the Neo-Baroque style Christuskirche (Christian Church) completed in 1911.

Mannheim City Airport information

The Neuostheim stop of the Rnv is located 300 meters from the airport. From here, tram line 5 runs to Weinheim or Heidelberg via Mannheim city center, line 6 to Ludwigshafen am Rhein via Mannheim city center and line 9 to Mannheim main station. In addition, bus line 50 goes to the northern and southern parts of the city and bus line 45 to Rheinau in the south.

The nearest highway junction is Mannheim-Neckarau on the A 656. There are offices of different car rental companies in the port. Taxi stands are also available at the port exit.