Be'er Sheva (Teyman) Airport
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|Be'er Sheva Airport
|Elevation AMSL||656 ft / 200 m|
Be'er Sheva Airport (Hebrew: שְׂדֵה תֵּימָן), also known as the Teyman Airport (IATA: BEV, ICAO: LLBS) is an Israeli airport located near Beersheba. The airport is mainly used for teaching flying, private aviation activity, a gliding club and SkyKef SkyDiving Center. The main operator of the airport is Ayit Aviation, owned by Captain Eli Peretz, who has managed the airport for the last 25 years.
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