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Aviosuperficie Fly Team Paceco

aircraft disciplines general aviation and skydiving

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Aviosuperficie Massarotti

ACTIVITIES disciplines practised: planes, parachuting this is another airfield that I will mark and add to the map.

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campo volo Ereo

testate pista corrette aggiunta la frequenza e corretto i valori di lunghezza e larghezza pista

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Campo di volo Niscemi Parisi

Of this private airfield I have little information from what I see it looks like a private villa or resort with the possibility of landing with ultralights

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Campo di volo Vicari

i not have much information regard this camp field. bu hi add in to map

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campo di volo eagles.

ACTIVITY disciplines practiced: motor delta, three-axis ulm, autogyro, paramotor, ulm helicopter, model aircraft

professional activity: yes company activity: It is possible to make repairs after notice from mechanic

specialized entities: Civil Defense Volunteer Association "The Eagles" volunteer activities: sighting

firefighting - Logistics

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Aviosuperficie Paterno'

this airfield is currently closed.

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Aer Lingus flight to Dublin

Flight to Dublin (Ireland) on 27th May 2015

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Landing And Service

We landed in Mai 2013, with PPR from Giorgio Cattaneo, the Owner. All Info from AvioPortolano. The Runway was much wider than 20 m and a good 840 m And more to pass over the trees on both sides. Parking for 5 days was safe and cheap. Giorgio drove us to Cefalu in his car. Camping possible, however no sanitary installations.

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Closest AVGAS / Mogas supply for LICD Lampedusa Airport

Lampedusa is a small Italian island close to the Tunis and Libya FIR boundary. It is actually inside the Malta FIR and is situated approximately 95 Nm south/southwest of Malta. There is only AVTUR/JetA1 on Lampedusa. The closest supply of AVGAS/Mogas is at Malta LMML. Flying from Malta to Lampedusa typically takes 1 hour cruising at 95-100 Kts. So it can safely and easily be reached from Malta flying a heading of roughly 255. Apporaching Lampedusa (about half way there) be aware of the smaller island of Linosa about 20 Nm to its North which usually comes into view first and can be easily mistaken from a distance. There is no airstrip at Linosa.

Another island in this group is Pantelleria situated about 130Nm to the West/North West of Malta. This has 2 rwys but again only AVTUR/JetA1 - NO AVGAS. Pantelleria is the closest of the 3 islands to Sicily and also in the Malta FIR.

Apporaching Lampedusa from the north-east (flying

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