Setúbal District, Portugal

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Public airfield certified for ultra-lights. Very recent (hence not visible in google maps imagery) with dirt runway in excellent condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip of the "Herdade do Pontal". Has a dirt runway in fairly good condition.

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Public airfield closed in the early 2000's due to the construction of a railway immediately south of it and because of industrial development in general in the area.

Although closed and left unattended for so long, the runway is still in fairly good condition, and it's still used for recreational flights once in a while.

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Important Portuguese Air Force air base, home of 2 Tactical transport squadrons, 1 MEDVAC squadron, and 1 S&R squadron. Aircraft of these squadrons based here include the C-130 Hercules, CASA 212 Aviocar, CASA 295, and various helicopters. The Navy's Helicopter squadron is also based here.

It was decided in 2017 to convert the Air base into a secondary airport of the city of Lisbon, aimed mainly at low-cost carriers. The conversion is already approved, and the 'new' airport is expected to be opened in 2019.

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Private agricultural airstrip near the village of Sonega. By the looks of it, it is currently deactivated, as you can no longer even see that there ever was an airstrip at this location.

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Private agricultural airstrip of "Monte dos Alhos". In very bad condition: barely discernible from the surrounding field.

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Seems to be a private airstrip open to the public. Not much information could be found about this airstrip.

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Private agricultural airstrip near Torrão. In very bad condition.

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Old airfield located in Alhos Vedros, near Moita and Barreiro. Couldn't find any definitive information regarding this airfield, though it appears to have been closed quite some time ago.

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Found information that the airstrip belonged and was originally built by the local corporation "SAPEC, Químicos" (local chemical factory).

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Private agricultural airstrip of "Herdade do Rio Frio". Dirt strip in good condition.

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Private agricultural airstrip of "Herdade de Águas de Moura". Paved but in bad condition.

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Couldn't find much information about this airstrip. Appears to be in bad condition and probably hasn't been used in at least a decade.

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Private airfield open to the public adjacent to the A2 motorway.

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Private agricultural airstrip of the "Herdade da Barrosinha". Used frequently by the owner for crop dusting the property's nearby fields on the banks of the river Sado.

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Agricultural airstrip located just before the Sado river's estuary.

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Closed airfield in what is nowadays the industrial port area of the city of Setúbal. Couldn't find any information regarding the airfield's history or actual name, nor date of closure.

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Private aistrip of the "Coudelaria Herdade do Pinheiro" in Alcácer do Sal. It appears in bad condition and unusable.

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Private airstrip of the "Herdade da Comporta". Some sources claim it is currently deactivated/closed.

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