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Pleased to see your issue as I think I have the same problem https://www.arise-portal.com/

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runway information

the correct orientation are 08/26

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Charles de Gaulle Airport

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the principal airport serving the French capital, Paris, and the largest international airport in France. Opened in 1974, it is in Roissy-en-France, 23 km northeast of Paris and is named after statesperson Charles de Gaulle.

Charles de Gaulle Airport serves as the principal hub for Air France and a destination for other legacy carriers, as well as a focus city for low-cost carriers easyJet and Vueling. It is operated by Groupe ADP under the brand Paris Aéroport.

In 2019, the airport handled 76,150,007 passengers and 498,175 aircraft movements, thus making it the world's ninth busiest airport and Europe's second busiest airport in terms of passenger numbers. Charles de Gaulle is also the busiest airport within the European Union. In terms of cargo traffic, the airport is the eleventh busiest in the world and the busiest in Europe, handling 2,102,268 tonnes of cargo in 2019. It is also the airport that is served by most number of airlines, with more than 105 airlines operating at the airport.

As of 2017, the airport offers direct flights to the most countries and hosts the most airlines in the world. Marc Houalla has been the director of the airport since 12 February 2018.

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Plateforme ULM

Visitée le 20/08/2022. Piste bien entretenue. Attention antenne très proche côté seuil 24.

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Welcome Zoufftgen!

As flying member of this airfield near Luxembourg, it had to be present on Ourairports.com !

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Elevation

Correction : elevation is 480 ft

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Terrain ulm privé. Accès sujet à autorisation.

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Base ULM Treigny 89

Base since 1983 with Sleeps, Gîte nearby, Youth Hostel (brand new)

Activity: Paramotor. Pendulum. Multi-axis. Motorized parachute. Discovery flight in 3 axes by appointment.

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First World War

This airfield was close to the front line in Flanders during the First World War, and French and Belgian aviators flew out of it, according to the Wikipedia article.

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Semaine 7

Terrain réservé aux appareils basés du 16 au 22 février 2021 : terrain gras et abîmé.

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NDB

This airport has an NDB:

BR -... .-. 388 kHz

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Severe restrictions apply - do not fly in blindly!!

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Hi,

Since this is the only airport in this case, I suggesting creating 2 entries for this airport:

BSL/LSZM for the Swiss part

MLH/LFSB for the French part

or adding a field : "Other/Former codes" with a list of comma-separated other codes (currently sometimes in "Keywords")

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Location for baggage collection in a strange place. I ended up out of the "safe" zone, and then I had to go back in to the baggage collection area. Weird.

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re: Multiple IATA/ICAO codes

Reply to @dmomper: Right now, there's no capability, but I've added "LSZM" and the extra IATA codes to the keywords, so that they'll at least show up in searches.

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re: new info

Reply to @Jan_Olieslagers: Updated the airport name and code, and added a link to the Wikipedia article.

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Uninhabited island

This island in the Pacific Ocean is uninhabited (except by occasional expeditions or cast-aways), and is a direct possession of France rather than part of one of its overseas territories. It does not belong to any Region or Department.

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re: LFSL

Reply to @Tgd: Thanks for the update! We're a community-driven initiative, and if you have time, you are very welcome to edit the airport entry to make the changes. If not, then hopefully one of our other volunteers will have a chance to get to it.

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LFSL

Toul AB doen’t exist anymore : it’s been converted to a solar farm...

LFSL is Brive-Souillac airport (BVE).

Please update your database.

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re: This airport should move soon to another place

FWIW, the decision to move from Nantes Atlantique Airport in the South of Nantes to Notre Dame Des Landes in the North of Nantes has been abandoned.

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I want to fly to the nearest airport to septfonds

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Friendliest airport/club

We arrived there in G-FIZZ back in October we were treated to a tour of the museum and biplane aircraft. The club chairman insisted we put our aircraft in the hanger for the night.

Looking forward to returning.

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The runway is 03/21

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Short runway, curved with bump in the middle, Private. Ultra-Light-Motorised ULM main trafic

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Current situation regarding visits

I would lime to visit Cazaux, but understand public visits were not allowed. Is that still the case? If so, is there somewhere outside the base where the aircraft can be viewed?

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Excellent light aviation destination. Tower opening hours notamed LPV approach on 24 Customs 24 hour notice Excellent Routier restaurant

Taxi can be booked or hire car.

St Brieuc really excellent town real Provincial France and very friendly people.

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On the same site, or very nearby, there now is "Vouzon le Rabot" aerodrome, LF4131.

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QFU

The QFU has changed : It is now 09_27 (since last summer). VAC will follow soon ???!!!

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RUNWAYS

Runway 04-22 is closed on LFRQ, has been for a very long time, probably 20 years or so !

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LFSL and not BVE

Wrong IACO name

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Probably One of the most beautifull placein the world

French contryside, nuce people, hundred of casle, good food !

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Another complicated airport

Not a great transit airport, not a place you want to be, bad service, lousy shops and restaurants, no resting area.

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The place to fly

Chambley is open to civil air trafic ultralight, planes, helicopters are welcome since 2010, AVGAS, JET A1, UL91 are avialable, a restaurant and a maintenance station for aircraft are on the field. there are no landing fees for the moment. Chambley is the location of the biggest hot air ballon meeting of the world : 456 ballons taking off in the same time in july 2017.

webcam : w.leuropevueduciel.com/webcam

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Zeer goed

Zeer vriendelijke ontvangst, ideaal voor stage Kampen te organiseren

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nearest to Normandie Omaha Beach

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Airfield position

It's some km more to the west, 3 km East of La Selle d'ANdon

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Best lunch

The terminal building is sometimes open, if not then you don't pay landing fees. If no ATC then you have to speak French & close your flight plan by calling Rennes or Brest. There is a gate at the left side of terminal, the current code is 1970 then lunch at the Routier café 2 mins walk to the right, (spot the lorries!) Excellent value @ 13euros including wine, not that you will be drinking...

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RAF Special Ops WW2

This was the location of SOE agents Szabo and Bob Staunton being picked up by Lysander on 31 April 1944.

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Runway

07/25

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About to be privatised

Several French airports are going to be run by private operators, including this one:

http://mobile.lemonde.fr/economie/article/2016/11/10/privatisation-de-l-aeroport-de-lyon-le-consortium-mene-par-vinci-finalise-l-acquisition_5028763_3234.html

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viva LFOK

LFOK is my favorite cargo airport at the time of our An-124 activity years .

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Be careful don't overfly houses neighbours are watching

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soft after rain

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sometimes restricted to aircrafts based

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If you fly there ask for chief pilot GAMA (Alain) if you need help

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Rather biased comments, some apparently posted by ppl who only used CDG once.

And outdated by years...

Who's perfect ? Not even me, alas...

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OTAN

An-124 just arrived

for what purpose?

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THANX TO OUR GUIDES

It is a bit confusing, keep your eyes on your guides

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re: Customs

Reply to @Warrior:

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PPR compulsary

PPR compulsary for non based aircraft

2300 m long, 125.65 twr

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