This wordy airport, known as Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport (FCN) or simply Sea Airport, is a hot gateway for travelers of both business and pleasure.
The region around this airport is on the shore of the North Sea and a popular tourist attraction. Businessmen are also drawn to this gateway for the Sea-Airpark and business facilities.
Hours Of Operation
Sea Airport’s operating hours are generally Monday through Friday, from 7:00 am to 20:00.
Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport Airlines
Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport is served by primarily business and charter flights.
Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport Timetables
There’s no flight schedule available. On the Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport Web site, click on the “Flight Schedule” link (left hand side) and it’ll give you the option to contact and ask them for a current flight schedule.
Getting To And From the Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport
It is fairly easy to reach the Cuxhaven/Nordholz Airport using our public transport system. However, arriving by car may be the easiest way to reach FCN. The airport is just off of the A27 highway.
Trains run from Hamburg into the Cuxhaven city center. From there, it is possible to transfer to the airport via bus or taxi.
Another option is to connect to Nordholz via regional trains, and then to transfer to the airport via bus or taxi from there.
Again, buses shall go from either Cuxhaven or Nordholz to the airport terminal.
Car / Taxi
Get on the Autobahn A27 (goes from Bremen all the way up to Cuxhaven) and get off at exit 3, Nordholz. Then follow the signs to the Sea Airport.
If you’re equipped with a navigation system, simply enter Nordholz for the city and Walter-Carsten-Straße for the street and you’re ready to fly!
There is a fun and convenient alternative transport to the airport. There is a boat ferry service that runs from Hamburg to Cuxhaven port! :-)
There are limited shopping opportunities at this small airport.
Food & Drink
There are limited gastronomic opportunities at this small airport.
With its substantial runway measuring approx. 3,000 meters, Sea Airport is popular for large cargo planes from both Western countries and Russia, notably the Antonov124.
Cuxhaven is also one of Germany’s biggest seaside resorts. With just over 55,000 residents, the city can see as many as 3 million visitors each year!