Batlava-Donja Penduha Airfield
Аеродром Батлава-Доња Пендуха
|Airport type||Ex-military now civilian|
|Owner||Kosovo Civil Aviation Authority|
|Operator||1999-2008 KFOR; 2008 - present nobody; future plans to open a flying school.|
|Elevation AMSL||1,978 ft / 603 m|
Batlava-Donja Penduha Airfield or Batlava Airport (ICAO: LYPT) (Albanian: Aeroporti i Batllavës; Serbian: Аеродром Батлава / Aerodrom Batlava) is a former military airport in the village of Dumosh, near Lake Batlava and the towns of Batlava and Podujevo in Kosovo.
In 1936, Aeroput used the airport on the Belgrade-Podujevo-Skopje line using the Aeroput MMS-3 plane. The airport was later rebuilt for military use by the Yugoslav army and air force. It was damaged in 1999 during the NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
- (English) DONJA PENDUHA AIRFIELD, SERBIA
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