|Elevation AMSL||2,356 ft / 718 m|
Poprad–Tatry Airport (Slovak: Letisko Poprad-Tatry) (IATA: TAT, ICAO: LZTT), is an airport in the Slovak ski resort town of Poprad. It is an airport with one of the highest elevations in Central Europe, at 718 m, which is 150 m higher than Innsbruck Airport in Austria, and 989 m lower than Samedan Airport in Switzerland.
The airport serves schedule and charter airline operations, is a base for search and rescue air services, and handles general aviation. It does not offer any domestic flights. Charter flights are mainly operated in winter. Medical flights, VIP flights, ad hoc charters and ACMI flight also operate from the airport.
Airlines and destinations
The following airlines serve regularly scheduled, seasonal, and seasonal charter flights to and from Poprad–Tatry Airport:
|Bulgaria Air||Seasonal charter: Burgas|
|Israir Airlines||Seasonal charter: Tel Aviv|
|SkyUp||Seasonal: Kiev–Boryspil (begins 26 December 2019)|
Passenger throughput and operations since 2014:
- Liu, Jim. "Israir adds Poprad/Tatry scheduled charter in 3Q19". Routesonline. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
- "Airport Poprad - Tatry". Airport-poprad.sk. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
Media related to Poprad-Tatry Airport at Wikimedia Commons
- Poprad–Tatry Airport (official site, English version)
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