Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland

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Great airport

Small but extremely efficient. Have used dozens of times and rarely been disappointed.

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Better never land on this airfield they will take from you 100 PLN for one day staying outside, they empty your tanks and block your Aircraft till you pay.

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pilot 2015

no landing/handling fees. Avgas 100ll is available-low price. At the airport, cheap hotel. You can also find other hotels close to the airport.

There is also a service station aircraft. No need to pre-announce your arrival. frequency 122.6 MHz.

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This airport is now registered :) see at: h t t p:// lotniska.dlapilota.pl/krzywa

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re: Runways

To załóż konto i dodaj.

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runways are 09-27 and 17-35.

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Main runways in use are 09/27 (~900m) and 18/36 (~800m). Both runways are in quite good shape but bumpy. After heavy rain water patches can be present.

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Fuel is not yet available at Miroslawice airfield. The fuel station is a work in progress and should be completed by the end of 2012.

If you need to refuel without any problems go to EPLU (~25 NM NW, no landing/handling fees) or to EPWR (few miles to the North. Expect landing and handling fees).

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Bystrzyca Klodzka Airfield & Junkers Ju-390 in 1945

This airfield interestingly appears to be the airfield from which the almost mythical Nazi Bell was flown by Junkers Ju-390 to Bodo, Norway about 17/18 April 1945. SS Lt Gen Sporrenberg and SS Hauptsturm Rudolf Schuster both gave depositions after WW2 saying the aircraft departed from an airfield at Klodzko, or west of Opole.

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