Tatoi Airport

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Tatoi Airport
Αεροδρόμιο Τατοϊου
Airport type Public/Military
Owner Hellenic Air Force
Location Tatoi, Decelea
Elevation AMSL 785 ft / 239 m
Coordinates 38°06′32.14″N 23°47′01.81″E / 38.1089278°N 23.7838361°E / 38.1089278; 23.7838361
Direction Length Surface
ft m
03/21 5,789 1,764 Asphalt

Tatoi Airport (ICAO: LGTT) is an airport located north of Athens, in Decelea. It started operating in 1918[1] and it now has a single runway with a length of 1764m (not counting the 347m threshold). The airport is used by the Hellenic Air Force and is the base of the following aeroclubs:

  • Dekeleia Aeroclub
  • Athens Aeroclub
  • Mesogeion Aeroclub

It has also been used by many other aeroclubs of Attica. Moreover, the Hellenic Air Force museum is situated at the airport which contains many old aircraft.

Accidents and incidents[edit]

On 27 December 1991, Hellenic Air Force Douglas C-47B KK171 was damaged beyond repair in an accident at Tatoi Air Base. One of the six crew members was killed.[2]


  1. ^ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΗΣ ΒΟΓΙΑΤΖΗΣ Δρ. Ιστορικός Μουσείου ΠΑ, ΜΑ, Phd. "Συνοπτική Ιστορία του Α εροδρομίου Τατοίου" (PDF). Ελευθερο Βήμα Αχαρνών. Retrieved 13 November 2015. 
  2. ^ "KK171 Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved 24 June 2010. 

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