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#1 2020-04-12 10:31:28

Jan Olieslagers
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Heliport N of Bucuresti

Is there more information available about this heliport, to the North of the capital, adjacent to the Aurel Vlaicu Airport?
I searched for it in the AIP, which is supposed to list all civilian aerodromes, but could not find it. Would it perhaps be military?

https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/755104632

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#2 2020-06-29 13:19:21

Buraddo
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Re: Heliport N of Bucuresti

I think it is part of the Airport, there were news in 2015 about a heliport being built by the airport and the one linked by you appears in historical imagery to be constructed in that timeframe.

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#3 2020-06-29 17:24:27

Jan Olieslagers
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Re: Heliport N of Bucuresti

Thanks! Would you have a pointer to the news from 2015, even if it would likely be in local language?
(I have a friend who can translate Romanian for me, and no, it is not that wh____t of a G___gle)

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#4 Yesterday 23:48:18

Buraddo
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Re: Heliport N of Bucuresti

Now that I am looking again, the news that I have previously found are from 2008, in which they say that they will construct some facilities by 2015, but it seems that it was a false theory. After a lot of research I found that it is actually a military base (UM 0970).
Here is an official documents regarding this military base specifying the address Calea Ion Zăvoi 16 (https://sgg.gov.ro/new/wp-content/uploa … GANEXE.pdf), I though that it is enough evidence as it is the only thing resembling a military base on the street, but then I also found this document: http://www.sgg.ro/legislativ/docs/2016/ … nfsb_y.pdf in which you can see the cadastral number (204943). This number is exactly that plot of land linked by you, so I think that the mystery is solved.

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