Residents

AirBet

Flying is exciting, for experienced pilots as well as for beginners. Would you like to learn how to fly? This is the place!
Aerial photography, advertising, plane rental, it’s all possible. Curious? Get in touch…

www.airbet.nl

EVW Maintenance

An aviation maintenance company which values quality and service.

EVW Maintenance specializes in contemporary and historic aircraft and engines and has extended knowledge of repairs, restoration and even rebuilding aircraft from scratch.

A newly built Fokker D-21 from 1939 based on the original drawings is worldwide acknowledged proof of the available craftsmanship.

www.atn-aircraft-division.nl

Restaurant

                                                                                           Operational from February 27 2022

Our "restaurant with a view", overlooking the longest grass runway in the Benelux has (re)opened it's doors under the name "Brasserie de Basis" (Brasserie the Base).
Anita and Paul, together with their team, will be happy to serve you.

Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday, from 10:00 LT. Closed on Mondays.

Tel.: +31 528 202 251

MotorVliegVereniging Hoogeveen (MVVH)

Since 1988 most in-residence pilots have united themselves in the MVVH (Powered Flying Club Hoogeveen).                                                                                                    Their goal: sharing experiences and knowledge, but foremost enjoying their passion for flying.

www.mvvh.nl

Skydive Hoogeveen

With Skydive Hoogeveen you can experience a free fall from high altitude during a tandem jump.
You can also take a course to learn to skydive yourself.
Demonstrations at parties or events by our Skydive Showteam can be arranged.

www.skydivehoogeveen.nl

Tel.: +31 6 831 701 63

Egmond Vintage Wings

Egmond Vintage Wings aims to maintain, restore and keep airworthy aviation related cultural heritage and promote in the broadest sense everything related to that purpose.

egmondvintagewings.com

Vliegclub Hoogeveen

Soaring is much more than just no-engine flight. A glider pilot can gain hundreds of meters of altitude in a short time span. It's done by keeping the glider inside "thermals", columns of rising air which has been warmed by the sun as it shines on the earth. The glider keeps on flying by continuously trading altitude for speed. This way large distances can be travelled. Under the right conditions distances of over 300 km are no exception.

www.vliegclubhoogeveen.nl