EPBY 262100Z 08005KT CAVOK 16/14 Q1022
Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport (IATA: BZG, ICAO: EPBY) (Polish: Port lotniczy im. Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo) – international air port located approximately 3 km from Bydgoszcz city centre, known as Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo Airport.
The airport comes 10th in the ranking of the busiest Polish airport, handling nearly 300 000 passengers per year. It is the only airport in Poland partially owned by private sector.
The aerodrome was built during the World War I, and as early as in 1920 LOT Polish Airlines offered regular connection with Gdańsk, Poznań and Warsaw. The extension to the present state was triggered by the economic and political changes of the year 1989. A new passenger terminal was opened in 2004.
Connections from Bydgoszcz-Szwederowo airport include Birmingham, Dublin, Dusseldorf, London, Warsaw as well as chartered flights.
There are 8 aircraft stands for category A, B and C aircraft, and an asphalt concrete runway (2500 x 60m), with ILS cat. I for RWY 26. With no approach radar available, arrivals are performed as published under procedural air traffic control, including RNAV GNSS approaches on pilot's request.
|Transition altitude:||6500 ft.|
|EPBY Online stations|
|Number||Course||Length||Elevation||Lat||Lon||ILS||ILS freq||ILS FAC||GP|
|03||25°||1936ft / 590 m||236ft||53.096667||17.977778||✘||-||-||3.0°|
|08||77°||8202ft / 2500 m||236ft||53.095247||17.959186||✘||-||-||3.0°|
|12||115°||2133ft / 650 m||236ft||53.096667||17.977778||✘||-||-||3.0°|
|21||205°||1936ft / 590 m||236ft||53.096667||17.977778||✘||-||-||3.0°|
|26||257°||8202ft / 2500 m||234ft||53.098358||17.996153||✓||109.1||257°||3.0°|
|30||295°||2133ft / 650 m||236ft||53.096667||17.977778||✘||-||-||3.0°|