Strategically sited near the north exit of Túnel del Cadí and the french border via Bourg-Madame, the airfield is easy to get to both by car and airplane.
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To get to the aerodrome, we must head towards the town of Alp. From there, a road will take us to the main entrance of the airfield in little more than 5 minutes.
From Barcelona (via Túnel del Cadí)
Leave the city on the C-58 (Sabadell / Terrassa / Manresa) until you get to C-16, which continues until the Túnel del Cadí. Once clear of the tunnel, take the Alp / Puigcerdà exit.
At the main town entrance, we'll find a sign pointing the direction of the aerodrome. Follow this road to the airfield.
From Seu d'Urgell / Andorra
Take the N-260 to Puigcerdà, staying on it until the C-16 exit to Alp. Once arrived in Alp, follow the sign pointing to the aerodrome.
From France (via Bourg-Madame)
Follow the Avinguda del Segre (N-152 / E-9) and, after two roundabouts, we'll stay on the N-152 / E-9 to Alp.
Once in Alp, follow the sign pointing to the aerodrome.
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Aircraft approaching La Cerdanya Aerodrome must notify crossing W, SW, SE, or E points stating altitude and intentions.
They will proceed direct to the vertical of the field at 5.100' QNH (1491' QFE) to join the south pattern downwind leg.
In case of NOTAM reporting parachuting or aerobatic activities on the vertical of the field, incoming aircraft will proceed directly to the south pattern downwind leg without crossing the aerodrome's vertical.
The pattern will be flown at 4.600' QNH (991' QFE) avoiding the overfly of populated areas at all times.
In the event of no-wind condition, preferred runway for arrivals will be 07.
In the event of no-wind condition, preferred runway for take-offs will be 25.
After take-off, aircraft will proceed direct to one of the exit points W, SW, SE, or E, and will report desired exit point before take-off.
Aircraft will report exiting the ATZ at the W, SW, SE, or E points, stating their altitude.
- Gliders will use the north traffic pattern.
- Aircraft and Helicopters will use the south traffic pattern.
- Radio communications equipment is required to operate in the aerodrome.
- Glider operations at the aerodrome.
- Aerobatic activity at the vertical of the aerodrome.
- Overfly of the aerodrome premises or traffic patterns is prohibited below 5.100' QNH (1.491 QFE) with the exception of arriving or departing aircraft.
- Balloons operating from the aerodrome or inside the ATZ must carry radio communications equipment tuned to the aerodrome frequency.
42º23'18" N 1º 52' 00" E
1150 x 23 metres, asfalt, aligned 07/25
: 123.50 (Self-service)
2,3km NW from Alp
+34 937 101 952 / +34 661 232 703
+34 937 101 290
Hangar space for visiting aircraft:
Call +34 661 232 703 / +34 937 101 952 /
+34 972 890 361
Taxi (information at the flight office or the restaurant)
Urvati Sidreria, at the aerodrome,
Tel: +34 666 481 029
/ +34 607 202 042
Nearby (information at the flight office)
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to calculate the flight time to La Cerdanya Aerodrome