History of Tatoi Airport
Tatoi Airport is located 15 Km north of Athens in the ancient region of Decelea, Northern Greece. It began operating in 1918, towards the end of World War I, to assist in military transportation. The Icarus School of Aviation was established within its premises in 1931. Foreseeably, Tatoi Airport is now home to the Hellenic Air Force Museum.
Tatoi Airport Features
The latest control tower at Tatoi Airport was built in 2006.
|Airport Name||Tatoi Airport|
|Lat/Long||N38-06.3 / E023-46.4|
|Longest Runway (ft)||5789 x 148 21/03|
|Elevation (ft)||785 ft|
|Surface of Runaway||Asphalt|
|Fuel Available||AVGAS Jet|