Flores Handling

Airport Information 
ICAO ID LPFL
Time UTC -1
Latitude 39 27 29N
Longitude 031 07 56W
Elevation/ REF temperature 33m (108FT)
Type Traffic Permited Civil
Mag. Variation / Annual Change 15º W (2006) / 0,2º Decreasing
Type Traffic IFR / VFR
Island Group Ocidental
Operating Hours 09h30/16h30 LT
Category for fire fighting With AD HR: CAT4.
CAT5 and CAT6 available by prior arrangements with Airport Director
Daylight Saving Time Last Sunday of March to Last Sunday of October

 

Runway
Runway identification number 18 and 36
Dimensions 1342*30
Surface Asphalt
PCN 15 / F / C / X / T
ILS No

 

Supplies/Equipment
Fuel/Oil types No

 

Remarks
Caution Bird Hazard Warning

 

Handling Services Yes No
ATC Flight Filing  
NOTAM Briefings  
Route Weather Briefing  
Catering Arrangements  
Ground Transportation    x
Crew and Pax Accommodations    x
Local Supervision x  
Ground Handling Services x  
Customs and Immigration Services Assistance  
Cargo and Baggage Services x  
Slot Coordination    x
VIP Terminal Lounge x  

 

Handling Contacts
Handling Station Management: José Alves
Mobile: (+351) 917 948 995
Phone:  (+351) 292 590 350
Fax: (+351) 292 542 135
Email: flwkl01@sata.pt
flwkk01@sata.pt
SITA FLWOWSP
FLWKKSP
Ground Freq. VHF VHF 131,4 MHZ
AFTN LPFL

 

Handling EQPT'S Yes No Max. high Tons
Loader        
Airpower     x x
Forklift x      
Aircraft Steps   x   x
Ground Power 120 KVA   x x
Ground Power 90 KVA    x x x
Portable water service   x x x
LAV Services   x x

 

Island Contacts  Yes  No
Caterer    x
5 Stars Hotel   x
4 Stars Hotel x  
3 Stars Hotel  
Rent Car x  

 

Things To Do
Sports and Leisure Scuba-diving Cruises Surf/Bodyboard
Gymnasiums Hiking Gastronomic Routs Windsurf

 

Useful Links
ANAC - Autoridade Nacional da Aviação Civil
ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal
NAV - Navegação Aerea de Portugal
Ipma - Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera
IATA - International Air Transport Association
ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization
AIP Portugal

 

Location

 

 Handling Request Form

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