Spilve (14/32)

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Central aerodrome of Riga city with a long history. Aerodrome was created already during WW1, between the wars it was used both by civil and military aviation and after WW2 it served as Riga Central airport. Nowadays Spilve is used by General aviation; its use is limited to day VFR traffic with MTOW below 5.7t. Aerodrome is located very close to Riga downtown, its ATZ is located within Riga CTR, and without entering controlled airspace can be accessed only through points CLUB and BRIDGE. Please note that new AD procedures are in force by 29MAY2014; for complete information see aerodrome AIP.

Effectivity: 2014-05-29

Location: 3.9 km NNE of Vecriga (Old Riga).
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Status: Certified (EVRS)

Condition: Good

Ownership: Riga municipality; 6HR PPR from by e-mail info@spilve.org required for pilots not based in Spilve; for operation outside AD operational hours 18HR PPR is required

Email: info@spilve.org

Web: http://www.spilve.org/


Direction: 14/32

Dimensions: 1000x23m (historical: 1600x50m)

Surface: Asphalt

Elevation: 1.5m / 5ft


Approach: Marine cranes 1.4km from THR RWY32, trees along the road 0.5km from THR RWY32. No significant obstacles on approach RWY14 / departure RWY32. For complete obstacle listing refer to aerodrome AIP.

Airfield: NIL


Radio frequency: 123.95 MHz

Fuel availability: Avgas available from local flight training organizations, Mogas - 300m S from the old terminal there is a petrol station

To see: Riga city


Posted: July 7, 2013


Category: Airfields, Certified airfields, Usable airfields

+1 Comment
  1. Andrejs says:

    It’s has own frequency 126.725 MHz but almost not used

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