Sabadell Airport

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Sabadell Airport

Aeroport de Sabadell
Vista Pista Aeroport de Sabadell.JPG
Summary
Airport typePublic
Operator Aena
Location Sabadell, Spain
Elevation  AMSL 485 ft / 148 m
Coordinates 41°31′N2°6′E / 41.517°N 2.100°E / 41.517; 2.100 Coordinates: 41°31′N2°6′E / 41.517°N 2.100°E / 41.517; 2.100
Runways
Direction LengthSurface
mft
13/311,0503,444 Asphalt
Statistics (2016)
Movements36,002
Movements change 15-16Increase2.svg20.1%
Sources: Aena [2]

Sabadell Airport( IATA : QSA, ICAO : LELL) is located next to the city of Sabadell, 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Barcelona's city centre, in Catalonia. This, and the Cuatro Vientos Airport, are the most important airports for general aviation in Spain. There are more than 200 aircraft registered at this airport, completing around 150.000 operations per year. There are more than 400 people working at these facilities, including training schools, workshops, etc. This airport hosts the oldest aviation club in Spain.

Contents

70% of the activity of this airport is devoted to pilot training (both fixed wing and rotary). The other 30% is for advertising flights, photography, and aerotaxi, private flights and institutional flights.

Statistics

See source Wikidata query and sources.

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References

  1. "Sabadell Airport - Official website". Aena.es. Retrieved 2020-04-04.
  2. "Presentación - Aeropuerto de Sabadell". Aena.es. Retrieved 2020-04-04.