Oporto District, Portugal

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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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Portugal's second busiest airport with 10,700,000 passengers passing through it in 2017, serving the second largest city in the country: Porto. It is the 48th busiest airport in Europe, and like Lisbon airport (LPPT) has seen passenger numbers increasing by more than 10% each year in the last 6 years.

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No landing taxes to pay. 100LL available and a Cessna maintenance

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Thanks for the information -- I've entered it in the "Pilot Info" tab.

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Frequency

THere is a local frequency for this airport 122,40. The runway is 17/34. It is 1.800m long. Although you can use all of it, officialy both threshold are displaced but you still have 800m.

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