Tiranë Heliport

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Tiranë Heliport
Airport typePublic
Elevation  AMSL 69 ft / 21 m
Coordinates 41°18′39.8″N19°52′47.9″E / 41.311056°N 19.879972°E / 41.311056; 19.879972 (Tiranë Heliport (Tiranë)) Coordinates: 41°18′39.8″N19°52′47.9″E / 41.311056°N 19.879972°E / 41.311056; 19.879972 (Tiranë Heliport (Tiranë))
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Location of Tiranë Heliport in Albania
Source: Landings.com [2]

Tiranë Heliport (also Tirana-Farka Heliport) ( ICAO : LAFK) is a public use heliport located 2 nautical miles east-southeast of Tiranë, Tiranë, Albania. [1] [3] The estimated terrain elevation above sea level is 207 metres.


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  1. 1 2 "Site Information for LAFK".
  2. Airport record for Tiranë Heliport at Landings.com. Retrieved 1 August 2013
  3. "Tirana-Farka - Helicopter Database". www.helis.com. Archived from the original on 11 June 2011.