EPWR 201830Z 03006KT CAVOK 15/M02 Q1027
Copernicus Airport Wrocław, (IATA: WRO, ICAO: EPWR), is located in Wroclaw, about 10 miles to the south-west of the city centre.
The aerodrome comes fifth in the ranking of Polish Airports regarding the number of passengers per year (around 1.3 million), and third in relation to aircraft operations (around 25,000). Seven regular airlines offer 21 connections in Europe, and chartered flights are frequent to holiday destinations.
The passenger traffic is handled in two terminals, International. brand new, and General Aviation (the old terminal). The airport also has a Cargo terminal. The recently completed airport development works also include extension and reconstruction of the apron and the taxiway, as well as construction of a speedway.
At the moment the airport offers more tna 20 aircraft stands for aircraft class A to C, and one concrete runway (2500m × 58m). From March 8th 2012 approach to the airport is provided with radar control serviced by Poznan Approach. In most cases you should expect vectors to ILS approach runway 29, but VOR/DME and RNAV GNSS aprroaches are also possible for both directions.
|Transition altitude:||6500 ft.|
|EPWR Online stations|
|Number||Course||Length||Elevation||Lat||Lon||ILS||ILS freq||ILS FAC||GP|
|11||112°||8212ft / 2503 m||404ft||51.108803||16.865825||✘||-||-||3.0°|
|29||292°||8212ft / 2503 m||400ft||51.098961||16.897959||✓||110.3||292°||3.0°|