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LIMW Aosta

 
Submitted by: Peter
 
 
City

Aosta

 
Country

Italy

 

The Aircraft

Type
TB20
MTOW
1200-1499kg
Date of visit
16 Oct 2020
Parked for
24 hrs
 

The Experience

Runway condition
hard/good
Taxiway condition
hard/good
Ramp condition
hard/good
Landing fee
4.80 EUR
Parking fee
12.00 EUR
Handling fee
23.40 EUR
Ramp check
no
Handling company
Payment method for above
Mastercard
Handling mandatory
no
Fuel type
100LL
Fuel price
1.87 EUR
VAT
included
Payment method
Mastercard
Immigration
yes PNR
Customs
yes PNR
AIP accurate?
yes
Hangarage
see Comments
Airport website URL
https://avda-aosta.it/
Airport restaurant
There is a restaurant but I didn't go inside due to the CV19 situation.
Transport used
taxi
Transport to
Town
Cost
16.00 EUR
Duration
20 mins
Comments
A really nice and friendly airport. Everything works perfectly. Lots of parking.
One of the best airports I have ever been to, and I have done almost 200.
The IFR procedure is for Italian CAA authorised operators only but the airport is easy to get into by flying to overhead the canyon and then descending. ATC is really helpful with this. You just need to check the Aosta webcams before going there, to make sure the sky is clear.
OPS contact [email protected]
The total cost of €40.20 was made up of a number of items and the unusual ones, like a €4 departure charge, I grouped under Handling. There is no "handling" company as such; it is done by the airport and with a smile :)
Trip was done during CV19 restrictions and they wanted a CV19 test certificate done within preceeding 72hrs. There are no test facilities there so you need to turn up with this already done.
They have two hangars available for visitors; see airport website for details.
This trip was done partly to check out going to ski in Cervinia. The taxi to Cervinia €100 and about 1hr so this is perfectly ok.
The town of Aosta is really nice.
Trip writeup http://peter2000.co.uk/aviation/aosta.
Video https://vimeo.com/470500052.
Spectacular arrival and departure, close to the Matterhorn, and one of my best trips ever!