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Fik Airfield

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Fik Airport
מנחת פיק
Summary
Airport type Private
Operator Golan Regional Council
Location Katzrin
Elevation AMSL 1,218 ft / 371 m
Coordinates 32°47′07″N 35°43′02″E / 32.78528°N 35.71722°E / 32.78528; 35.71722Coordinates: 32°47′07″N 35°43′02″E / 32.78528°N 35.71722°E / 32.78528; 35.71722
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
04/22 1,300 asphalt

Fik Airfield (also known as Pik) (ICAO: LLFK) is an airfield in the Golan Heights, occupied by Israel, near the Israeli settlement and kibbutz Afik. The airfield is used for private aviation activity and operated by the Golan Regional Council. Fik has seen traffic drop in recent years, but is used by Elbit Systems to test their Unmanned aerial vehicles. The airfield was the site of Israel's 2001 Kart racing championship, and there is talk of converting it into a race track.

Fik Aerodrome chart

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