Geneva Cointrin Airport

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

For historical information only, do not use for navigation or aviation purposes!

Location Indicator: LSGG

In the 1950s

NDB approach chart runway 23 Geneva Cointrin Airport, Switzerland 1951
NDB approach runway 23 (October 1951) (Source: US DoD)
Airport chart Geneva Cointrin Airport, Switzerland 1951
Airport (October 1951) (Source: US DoD)
SBA/ILS approach chart runway 23 Geneva Cointrin Airport, Switzerland 1952
SBA and ILS approach runway 23 (1952) - This map from 1952 shows the SBA (Standard Beam Approach) and ILS (Instrument Landing System) approach to Geneva runway 23 - SCS 51 is another designation for the Instrument Landing System (ILS). Good recognizable are the different marker beacons (Outer Marker, Middle Marker, Inner Marker) for SBA and ILS/SCS 51. The non-Directional Beacons ('R Bn' = Radio beacon) Gland, Passeiry and Lancy are each equipped with Z Markers ('Z Mkr', 75 MHz), which signal the overflight. (Source: ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Bildarchiv/Stiftung Luftbild Schweiz / Fotograf: Swissair / LBS_SR03-05712 / CC BY-SA 4.0)
Chart of Geneva Cointrin Airport, Switzerland 1952
Aerodrome (1952) (Source: ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Bildarchiv/Stiftung Luftbild Schweiz / Fotograf: Swissair / LBS_SR03-05713 / CC BY-SA 4.0)

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


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