Goldstein
Diese neuangelegte Straße beim Flughafen Saarbrücken-Ensheim ist dem Pionier der saarländischen Luftfahrt, Balthasar Goldstein (1898 - 1986), gewidmet.

Der gebürtige Schwabe kam 1923 nach Saarbrücken, eröffnete hier einen Kfz-Betrieb und begann mit dem Bau eines Leichtflugzeuges nach eigenen Plänen. Dessen Jungfernflug am 16. April 1930 wurde zu einem epochemachenden Ereignis der saarländischen Luftfahrt und begründete Goldsteins Ruf als "Pionier des saarländischen Flugsports".
Type Single seat sportplane
Engine Modified Daimler F 7502 ?
Dimensions Length  , height  ,  span  , wing area   ,
Weights Empty , loaded  , max. take off weight  
Performance Max.. speed  , cruising speed  , range , endurance  , service ceiling   , climb
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
    None First flight 16th of April 1930
 
Balthasar Goldstein (in the photo)
* 04.02.1898 Hairenbuch at Krumbach
+24.10.1986 probably in Saarbrücken

Came as a private on 17.09.1917 as a mechanic to the aviation department A 298th
Release on Fea 1 Schleißheim on 6.5.1919
The native of Schwaben came to Saarbr├╝cken in 1923, opened a motor vehicle business  and began building a light aircraft according to his own plans. Its maiden flight on 16 April 1930 became an epoch-making event of the Saarland aviation and established Goldstein's reputation as a "pioneer of the Saarland aviation industry".
Built in about 1929 a two-cylinder (but can also have been a modified Daimer F 7502). The engine was installed in the  aircraft.
In 1929 Goldstein made his pilot license A . Was reported in August 1930 by the air police and then sentenced by the court.
Reason: Unauthorized aircraft flown on airfield without a permit.