Located east of the Neuhof district, the airport of Strasbourg - Neuhof takes place on a former military site known as a maneuver of the German Imperial Army. At the birth of aviation, the latter is quickly used to try new aircraft, even hosting a flying school during the First World War. The famous aviator and writer, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, has also obtained his patent.
The current airport opened in 1923 and is now reserved for recreational aviation, including parachuting, gliding and motor flying schools. The site also has a parachuting museum with very interesting collections.
Regular lines are available to several cities in France, but also to Croatia, Tunisia, Morocco or England.