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General Enquiry.

Good Morning.

I am looking at re-locating to this area of Spain and I will be bringing my Flexwing Microlight over also.

Can you please give me some more information about this air field, I.e. Is there a membership, would I be able to Hangar my aircraft here etc.

Does anyone have any information regarding this airfield that would be of use for me or any other recommended airfields within this area/location.

Any information or guidance would be most helpful and appreciated.

Thanks.

Carl.

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AIRFIELD FOR SALE

Hi.

Does anyone know if this or any other airfield within this region is for sale?

I'm looking at re-locating to this area early next year, I'm NPPL qualified and would like to bring my Flex wing over.

Contact - carlsmith_1965@yahoo.co.uk

Thanks.

Carl.

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AIRFIELD FOR SALE

Hi.

Does anyone know if this or any other airfield within this region is for sale?

I'm looking at re-locating to this area early next year, I'm NPPL qualified and would like to bring my Flex wing over.

Contact - carlsmith_1965@yahoo.co.uk

Thanks.

Carl.

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AIRFIELD FOR SALE

Hi.

Does anyone know if this or any other airfield within this region is for sale?

I'm looking at re-locating to this area early next year, I'm NPPL qualified and would like to bring my Flex wing over.

Thanks.

Carl.

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re: (no subject)

Reply to @Jan_Olieslagers: that remark was about the original incorrect location. All clear now.

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Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport

Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport is an international airport located 15 km southwest of the centre of Barcelona, lying in the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans, and Sant Boi, in Catalonia, Spain.

It is the second largest and second busiest airport in Spain, and the sixth busiest in Europe. In 2019, Barcelona Airport handled a record 52,686,314 million passengers, up 5.0% from 2018. It is a hub for Level and Vueling, and a focus city for Air Europa, Iberia, EasyJet and Ryanair.

The Barcelona–Madrid air shuttle service, known as "Pont Aeri" or "Puente Aéreo", literally "Air Bridge", was the world's busiest route until 2008, with the highest number of flight operations in 2007. The schedule has been reduced since February 2008, when a Madrid–Barcelona high-speed rail line was opened, covering the distance in 2 hours 30 minutes, and quickly became popular.

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(no subject)

is this really an active heliport? It does not look like one, on satellite imagery

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Xàbia Heliport

Restricted Use Eventual Heliport

Operador: SVS

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Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport

Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is the main international airport serving Madrid in Spain. At 3,050 ha in area, it is the second-largest airport in Europe by physical size behind Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport. In 2019, 61.8 million passengers travelled through Madrid–Barajas, making it the country's busiest airport as well as Europe's sixth-busiest.

The airport opened in 1931 and has grown to be one of Europe's most important aviation centres. Within the city limits of Madrid, it is 9 km from the city's financial district and 13 km northeast of the Puerta del Sol or Plaza Mayor de Madrid, Madrid's historic centre. The airport name derives from the adjacent district of Barajas, which has its own metro station on the same rail line serving the airport. Barajas serves as the gateway to the Iberian peninsula from the rest of Europe and the world and is a key link between Europe and Latin America. Following the death of former Spanish Prime Minister, Adolfo Suárez, in 2014, the Spanish Ministry of Public Works and Transport announced that the airport was to be renamed Aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez, Madrid–Barajas. The airport is the primary hub and maintenance base for Iberia and Air Europa. Consequently, Iberia is responsible for more than 40% of Barajas's traffic. The airport has five passenger terminals: T1, T2, T3, T4 and T4S.

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re: Not sure why tagged as a "spam airport".

Reply to @animebirder: I've rejected the problem report.

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(no subject)

Documentación: https://aip.enaire.es/AIP/#LEXJ

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(no subject)

My home airport

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odd place for a airport

YEAH VERY ODD

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Not sure why tagged as a "spam airport".

This definitely exists, clearly visible on Google and OSM sat-maps.

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Update 2021

Reopened as of September 2019, primarily being used to store aircraft for Vueling during the COVID crisis.

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No new code LECH

LECN if it is Castellón. LECH is another nearby airport.

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Alicante Airport Guide

I found useful information for the Alicante airport on https://alicanteairport.guide

If you are planning to visit this airport you will lots of helpful details on this site.

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Gran Canaria Airport Guide

I found a helpful guide to airport information on LPA at https://gran-canaria-airport.com/

Anyone wishing to visit this airport will be assisted greatly in looking at this site.

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New Code LECH

LECN is no longer Castellón. "Castellón, costa de Azahar" now is LECH.

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Update LECH and LEDS

LECH is no longer Calamocha, it is now Castellón-Costa de Azahar ant it has an AUTO METAR.

Please update

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Volar

The coolest flying club in Spain.

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Cost now kill this so perfect destination

In 2016 I still paid approx 300,- Euro for landing, one week parking and handling, in June 2017 I was already charged 500 and in September they took over 900,- Euro!!! Each time with my Beech Duke and 2 person on board... In 2018 may be it’s now 1400 in June and 2200 in September, who knows. There is a monopoly situation which is used to rip off pilots as there is no alternate airport.

Andreas

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Swissport Executive Valencia Airport

You are right, handling mandatory in Valencia

We choosed Swissport Executive Aviation, much cheaper that the above :

Our aircraft, PA31 (MTOW 2,9 Kg) :

- Handling: 90,00 Eur + 21% VAT

- Landing Fees : 38,21 Eur

- No communication, FBO facilities, or Disbursement fee

But anyway, is a expensive airport

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Small and Friendly

Excellent airport shared with Spanish Military

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Out of date departure information

Jet2 flight LS918 from Tenerife South to Manchester, UK shows as "departed as scheduled at 14:05" on 12 March. However, the flight has still not departed as I write this comment at 20:48!!!!!!

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Details for Landing on GCLP

Where can I get more details to land on GCLB with my private Mooney M20F coming from Germany EDMY?

Please reply to Simon on: S.ehrenschwendner@gmx.de

Thank you very much in advanced.

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RWY 15/33

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(no subject)

Reported to be in very poor condition, check http://www.aterriza.org/huevar2-forestal-emerg/

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parking fee's at Son Bonet airport

i was lead to believe to think that you could pre pay a summer parking permit which save you quite a bit of money,

does anyone know if they still do them, if so where can i get one

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RWY length

The RWY length of 3406m for 01R/19L is correct! However only 2400m is available as the effective length due to displaced thresholds.

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Helpfull people

Be carefull, shopping center is before the passport control

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burt

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LEBL SID MOPAS UN863 GIROM UY110 GONUP UZ34 DESAB UN460 ERWAN UM30 LOTEE A5 MEGAT STAR LECO

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landing fee

Hi Lansarote Airport,

My Name is Andor Kantas comercial pilot from Hungary, may I have some info for example what is the condition of landing fee for Cessna172?

Best regards

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Sabadell

Any idea of the cost of avgas here?

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About LECN

Practical and inexpensive. I recommend it to visitors and it has AVGAS

No customs so take care

I have been skydiving there as well. Beware SKYDIVERS

Not complicated and just by the beach and small practical hotels in the vicinity

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USAF

1978

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Skydive Espana - skydiving

Now open for skydiving only at Skydive Espana. For skydive courses: AFF, StaticLine and Tandem Skydive. @skydiveespana

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GA Pilots useful info

Last visit: summer 2014

Fuel: Avgas available, the fuel station is located on the opposite side of the GA parking ,so on the arrival if you need to refuel the aircraft, it would be better to communicate your intentions before vacating the runway.

Parking and landing fees: Landing fees are generally speaking low, but the price for the parking is almost the double of the last year, and three times of two years ago!!!

Note: Visit the Aeroclub of Barcelona Sabadell, very friendly people and professional istructors, very good restaurant (low prices). The aerodrome is only 20 km far away from Barcelona (taxi available on the aerodrome and very cheap)

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GA Pilots useful info

Landing and parking fees: none!

Not controlled aerodrome

Fuel: not available so if required a technical stop to Mahon will be necessary

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Pilot Useful info (last visit: summer 2011)

I've fly to IBIZA airport only 3 times between 2010 and 2011. On my last visit we choose IBIZAR as handler and we park the aircraft, a PA-32 (MTOW 1,3T) for 8 days

total fees around 250€.

Now as I've heard AENA (that is also the aerodrome operator) has raised up to 50% the total costs of the parkings and landing fees, so to park the same aircraft now maybe the total costs will be almost double. On the other hand ES CODOLAR is the only way to reach IBIZA or Formentera island by GA plane.

CAUTION : During summer if your flight is under IFR a departure slot is mandatory!

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GA pilot useful info (last visit: summer 2014)

Caution: heavy parachuted activity in summer

Aereodrome managed by private operator (NO AENA!) so it does not figure on the published Aerodrome list on the AENA website.

VAC chart available only thru JeppTC or Flitestar

Fuel: Avgas and JET-A1 available

Landing fees: 10 €

Parking: 10 €/day, expect to park on grass during summer

Note: FireFighting aircraft and Ultra-light activity on the aerodrome

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Rank *****

Landing and parking fee: none!

Fuel: Avgas available

Tips: swimming pool (2), Nice Club house and very good restaurant (low prices also), Friendly people. Overall: one of the best aerodrome I've visited ever

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Rank ****

Last visited: Summer 2012

Plane: BE33 (I-RAUL)

Landing and parking fees: very low

Fuel: Avgas Available

Tips: AVIS car rental available on the aerodrome.

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ATC

Excellent. Great guys!

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My home AirPort

Short runway. Might get bumpy with frequent turbulences.

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Madrid fees

Been to LECU (or LECV in order to get METAR/TAF) and here the landing fees for this airport:

Passengers: 1x 2.62€ + 21% VAT

Weather (we never get it): 0.41€ + 21% VAT

Airport security: 3.78€ + 21% VAT

Landing fee: 6.60€ + 21% VAT

Parking fees (3 days): 60€ + 21% VAT

Use of infrastructure (!): 0.61€ + 21% VAT

Service air traffic airport (?): 4.86€ + 21% VAT

Done the 29th of March 2104

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EXECUJET Valencia

After reading very very bad comments concerning this airport (one the worse one in Spain !), I was surprise by this airport.

As everywhere in Spain, need a handling agent.

We choose Execujet.

Here the cost for a Cessna 310i (2,3T MTOW):

- Handling: 83.43€ + 21% VAT

- Communication (?):21€ + 21% VAT

- Landing fees: 81.86€ no VAT

- Airport taxes on weight (?): 14.60€ + 21% VAT

- Distursement fee: 9.65€ + 21% VAT

- FBO facilities: 34€ + 21% VAT

Done on the 21st March 2014

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Great service, easy in & out

Here our expenses for 3 days in Barcelone, with a Cessna 310 (2,3T):

Handling:

No need if you are parked South of the airport.

Either, 10€ for the car to bring you from your aircraft to the "terminal".

To go to town: 45€ taxi (to down town Barcelone)

28€ if the handling company brings you (if they are available).

Print your flight logs/weather: 8€

Airport fees:

Use of infrastructure (sic !): 2,62€

Landing fees: 6,88€

Air Traffic of Airport (?): 5,07€

Parking fees: 100€ (3x days)

use of infrastuctures PRM assistance (?): 0,61€

Weather services (never use it !): 0,43€

Airport security: 3,78€

EASY place to go in & out, I'll goo again :)

March 2014

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Fight from Valladolid

I have taken the Ryanair flight to Barcelona.

The organization was really bad, they declared the flight ready for boarding 2 hours before the real boarding, bad organization.

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