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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. Very recent (hence not visible in google maps imagery) with dirt runway in excellent condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip of the "Herdade do Pontal". Has a dirt runway in fairly good condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip of the "Monte da Quinta da Foz". Runway seems to have been left unused and non-maintained for some years and is in poor condition. Using Google Earth's historical imagery function to go back to a date prior to 2006 would make the runway clearly visible.

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Private agricultural airstrip of the "Monte da Chamusca". The runway doubles as a country road and is in average condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip near the Maranhão dam. Runway is in average condition.

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Small airstrip served by Air Chathams with their Cessna 206 with flights to and from Chatham Island Airport (NZCI)

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Public airfield certified for traffic up to 5700 kg. Has its own Air club and its served by AeroVip (7Air) on the Bragança-Vila Real-Viseu-Cascais-Portimão line. Has a paved runway in excellent condition.

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Public airfield with its own air club, certified for all kinds of GA traffic. Has a paved runway in excellent condition.

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Small public airfield with its own Air Club, certified for all kinds of GA traffic. It has a paved runway in excellent condition.

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Public airfield located near the town of Alijó. It looks as if it hasn't been used in a long time, and its runway looks quite degraded.

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Public airfield certified for GA traffic, with a paved runway in very good condition. Has its own Air club, and is located immediately north (2 km) of a mountain range, so approaches/landings from/to the south are exceptionally challenging.

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights and helicopters. Sits at an altitude of 1001m, and has a dirt runway in average condition.

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. Has a runway in excellent conditions of 750m of which 300 are paved.

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. Has its own Air Club and a recently paved runway in excellent condition.

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Municipal airfield certified for all traffic up to 5700kg MTOW. Lots of activity on the weekend, including skydiving activities. Has a paved runway in excellent condition.

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. Has its own Air Club and a paved runway in excellent condition.

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Public airstrip on the top of a mountain non-certified but used for ultra-lights. Has 3 short runways in fairly good condition.

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Possibly public although closed/abandoned airstrip, non-certified for any type of traffic. Couldn't find information about who owns it.

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Public airfield near the city of Porto, and the airfield of choice for recreational flyers in the area. The airfield also houses the Porto Air Club, as well as the only flight school in the north of the country: Nortávia.

The runway currently has a long displaced threshold for runway 17, with the initial part of the pavement now being crossed by a municipal road.

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It is served by the airline AeroVip (7Air) in its line Bragança-Vila Real-Viseu-Cascais-Portimão, which also has its base here in LPCS.

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It is served by the airline AeroVip (7Air) in its line Bragança-Vila Real-Viseu-Cascais-Portimão.

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It is served by the airline AeroVip (7Air) in its line Bragança-Vila Real-Viseu-Cascais-Portimão.

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Public GA municipal airfield. Has its own Air Club and is served by the airline AeroVip (7Air) in its line Bragança-Vila Real-Viseu-Cascais-Portimão.

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Once a public airfield certified for Ultra-lights, it was closed in 2012 due to the landowner's decision. The runway has since been completely destroyed but can be seen in Google Earth with the function 'Historic imagery' by going back to a date previous to 2011.

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Very important GA airfield in the country, with its own Air Club, certified for all traffic up to 5700 kg MTOW.

On the weekends it sees a lot of activity, from GA flights to RC planes.

The Viseu VOR is located inside the perimeter of the airport.

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Public airfield currently owned by the municipal government, in the process of being leased to a private company and finally certified for GA operations. Has a paved runway in very good condition.

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Public airfield located right next to the beach. Its once long paved runway was cut in half due to the construction/improvement of a road access to the beach, and as such the airfield has now a short runway, and was since 'downgraded' certification-wise to ultra-lights only. It houses the Espinho Air club (ULM's).

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Joint military-civilian airfield opened to civilian traffic in 1995, it has been closed 'temporarily' to the latter in 2011, though with no known date of reopening (or if there is actually going to be a reopening at all).

Used to house the Aveiro Air Club, and has a long paved runway in very good condition.

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. It has its own Air club and a paved runway in excellent conditions.

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Once a public airfield certified for all sorts of Ga traffic, it was closed in 2007 to give way for the creation of a professional driving school (with road markings replacing the runway markings as can be seen in the satellite imagery).

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Military airfield located within the "Campo de tiro de Alcochete" (Alcochete shooting range), used by the Portuguese Air Force (FAP) for air combat exercises. Off limits to any civilian aircraft.

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Agricultural airstrip located right next to the Sorraia river, in the lower "lezíria" (extremely fertile low, wet soils) of the Tagus river. Runway in somewhat bad condition.

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Private non-certified airfield usable with prior consent from the owner. Has a runway paved in almost its entire length in good condition.

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. It has a small restaurant and a dirt runway in very good condition.

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Private airfield open to the public, certified for ultra-lights. It houses an ultra-light flight school and has a restaurant that serves typical courses of the region. Runway in excellent condition.

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Public airstrip located on the right bank of the river Tagus near the village of Valada do Ribatejo. Runway in fairly good condition.

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Private airstrip of the "Monte da Charneca". Runway in average condition.

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Small public airstrip right next to the A13 motorway and near the town of Muge. Has a dirt runway in fairly good condition.

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Private airstrip right on the banks of the river Sorraia. Has a dirt runway in fairly good condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip near the village of Volta do Vale. Runway in average condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip in somewhat bad condition. Near the town of Couço.

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Private agricultural airstrip near the river Sorraia. Runway in fairly good condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip near the village of Ciborro, with a paved runway in very good condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip open to the public. In average condition.

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Public non-certified airfield north of the town of Mação. Has 2 very short runways (250m & 150m) in fairly good condition.

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Public non-certified airstrip near the town of Mouriscas. Runway in fairly good condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip, with long dirt runway in good condition. This airstrip is peculiar in the sense that a state road crosses it and cuts it almost in half.

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Private airstrip of the "Herdade da Lameira" open to the public. Currently it is temporarily closed while the new owners sort out the finances of the property in order to proceed with the maintenance of the runway.

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Private agricultural airstrip right next to the Montargil Dam. Concrete runway in very bad condition.

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Private airfield open to the public, certified for ultra-lights. Quite popular on the weekends. Has a dirt runway in good condition with markings.