Geolocalisation

Saint-Cyr Aerodrome is located in the Yvelines administrative departement, in the parish of Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole. It is situated 4 km north-west of Versailles and 21 km from Paris.

History

The aeronautical vocation of Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole began in 1907 when Comte de la Vaulx erected a hangar to house an airship.

In the First World War, the aerodrome was used as a workshop and as a site to repair damaged aircraft. In 1947, it was opened to public air traffic.

Paris Aéroport took over the operation of the aerodrome after the Second World War.

Activities

Saint-Cyr Aerodrome is home to 12 flying clubs with a combined membership of 1,250 pilots. 

Surface area

The aerodrome's total footprint is 81 hectares. 

Schedules

Time at which the site is open to traffic: from sunrise minus 30 minutes to sunset plus 30 minutes.

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    Runways

    Number of runways: 2

    Runway 1: 920 m x 90 m
    Directions: 12/30
    Type of surface: grass

    Runway 2: 865 m x 60 m
    Directions: 12/30
    Type of surface: grass

    Facilities

    • 1 control tower
    • 1 fuel provider – Air BP, AVGAS 100 LL fuel 
    • 19 hangars
    • Several flying clubs
    • 4 companies

    Geographical coordinates

    • IATA CODE: ZXB
    • ICAO CODE: LFPZ
    • Latitude : 48° 48' 37'' N
    • Longitude : 02° 04' 24'' E
    • Altitude : 113 m
    • Catégory D : class D1

    Presentation of Paris-Le Bourget