Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen, often called Friedrichshafen Airport or Bodensee-Airport, is Germany’s southernmost commercial airport. It is historical in that, it’s where the first Zeppelin scheduled passenger flights took place. The airport is located in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, less than 10min drive from Friedrichshafen (4km), next to the Austrian, the Swiss and the Liechtenstein borders. It is 41km (38min) from Bregenz, Austria, 77km (1h10) from St Gallen, Switzerland and 90km (1h10) from Vaduz, Liechtenstein. The airport has a runway length of 7,730 feet (2.4 km) that is suitable for all jet categories, from Very Light to Large Jets and VIP Airliners. The airport also has several FBOs (Fixed Based Operators). Opening hours on weekdays are from 06:00 to 22:00 and open on weekends from 09:00 to sunset + 30 minutes, or 20:00 local time, whichever is earlier. The Dornier Museum is also right next to the airport, where the aircraft designs of Claude Dornier, the Dornier company and aerospace products of Airbus can be viewed.