Airport details for: LGRD (Greece)


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IATA: ---
Name (city): Maritsa
Country: Greece
vACC: Hellenic vACC

Rhodes Maritsa Airport (IATA: LGRD) is a military airport located on the island of Rhodes in Greece. The airport is located 14 km south west of the capital city of Rhodes, near the village of Maritsa, and 3 km south of the new Rhodes International Airport.

The airport was built in 1938 during the Italian occupation of the Dodecanese as a base for the Regia Aeronautica and was called Aeroporto di Martisa "G.Pessi Parvis" and its Italian airport code was 801. It housed a squadron of Savoia-Marchetti SM.81 and a squadron of Fiat CR.32 biplane fighters. In 1940, during World War II, it was bombed by the British Royal Air Force but stayed under Italian control until the Dodecanese Campaign, when it fell under German control.

After the war, it became the main airport for the island until 1977, when the new Rhodes International Airport was opened. Since then, Maritsa Airport is being used as a base for the Hellenic Air Force hosting permanently a SAR Super Puma helicopter.

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Elevation: 202 ft.
Transition altitude: 6000 ft.
MSA: 7800 ft.
Latitude: 36.384167
Longitude: 28.117778
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Number Course Length Elevation Lat Lon ILS ILS freq ILS FAC GP
08 76° 7874ft / 2400 m 203ft 36.370484 28.084294 - - 3.0°
26 256° 7874ft / 2400 m 139ft 36.387188 28.117888 - - 3.0°