|Opened in.||1951 or 1954 as CFB Baden–Soellingen.|
|Closed in.||The base closed in 1994. The Baden Airpark GmbH took over the area in 1995 and it's commercial flights first started in 1997. The first commercial flight flown by Hapag-Lloyd Flug (now TUIfly) took place in April 2001.|
|Operated by.||Canadian armed forces until 1994 and Baden-Airpark GmbH there after.|
|Owned by.||Canadian armed forces until 1994 and Baden-Airpark GmbH there after.|
|Outside link.||http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFB_Baden%E2%80%93Soellingen and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baden_Airpark|
- A Canadian built Canadian army forces housing area near the base was named Kleinkanada (Engilsh: Little Canada).
- Technically speaking, today the airport itself is a part of the actual Baden Airpark, which also includes various business facilities.
- See also: Noteworthy Air bases.
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