Aeropuerto

Unique
airport

-EASA certified international airport
-Wide availability for aeronautical activities
-Flexible use of runway and platform
-Airspace activated on demand
-No noise, night or slot restrictions
-Low MSA suitable for visual circuit training purpose
-Training facilities: briefing rooms available
-More than 180h of land available
-Hangar area and free storage

Services
Available

-Fuelling: HR ATS
-Handling: HR ATS
-Security: 24H
-Restaurant and Bar
-Free parking
-Free wifi
-Business centre
-ATM

Airport Data

– ILD/LEDA 4C
-Runway 31/13: 2.500x61m
-Navigation Aids:
-RWY 31:ILS/DME CAT I, LOC, VOR
-RWY13: VOR/DME
-RWY Centre line lighting
-Apron: 36.100m2
-Lights: Dual PAPI on each RWY Threshold
-Airport Elevation: 1.152 ft. / 351m
-Fire category: HR AD: CAT 5/7
-Refuelling capacity:
– JET A-1: 2 tankers 35,000 L, 15L/s.
– AVGAS 100LL: 1tanker 8,000 L, 3.3L/s.

Activities

-MRO
-Aircraft storage and preservation
-Training
-Testing
-Research
-Showroom

Aeropuerto Internacional
Lleida-Alguaire

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Facts and figures

– The only fair dedicated to aeronautical and aerospace industry
– Great air show during the weekend
– 5 years on the go!
– More than 5.000 visitors every year
– 60 exhibitors and growing!
– Great aircrafts on static display
– Fly-in all weekend
– Organized by all the territorial administrations
– Big opportunity for network and for start-ups in aeronautical business
– Complementary activities for children
– Acrobatic exhibitions all weekend.

Ven y visita
Lleida y alrededores

The great diversity of the Lands of Lleida is surprising; the landscapes of the plains are crossed by a thousand and one enchanting routes which include “The River Sió Castles Route”, “The Cistercian Route”, “The Way of St James” and the “Lakes Train”.

The capital, Lleida, is an open city in which cultural heritage —including the magnificent old cathedral, La Seu Vella— coexists with the most modern items of infrastructure, which include the new Congress and Conference Centre and the Lleida-Alguaire airport.

Festivals and age-old traditions, natural settings that are ideal for ornithologists, and a local gastronomy based on natural products are just a few of the attractions of a territory whose welcoming people and settlements full of character will seduce visitors.

The tremendous diversity of the Lands of Lleida is surprising; the landscapes of the plains are crossed by a thousand and one enchanting routes which include “The River Sió Castles Route”, “The Cistercian Route”, “The Way of St James” and the “Lakes Train”.

Widely considered a paradise for skiing and adventure sports, the Lleida Pyrenees invite visitors to discover nature in its purest form. It is important to highlight the “Aigüestortes i Sant Maurici” National Park —the only national park in Catalonia— and the natural parks of Cadí-Moixerò and Alt Pirineu.

Lleida is the capital of an extensive region located in the western part of Catalonia called the Segrià, which owes its name to the river that crosses it: El Segre. Lleida is the real economic and demographic motor of Inland Catalonia.

Lined with history, the streets of Lleida welcome innumerable monumental and cultural treasures that coexist with the activity and initiative of a modern city that looks to the future.