Geolocalisation

Toussus-le-Noble Aerodrome is located in the Yvelines administrative departement, 6 km south-west of Versailles and 20 km from Paris.

History

As from 1907, Toussus-le-Noble Aerodrome was used by the Farman brothers and by Robert Esnault-Pelterie.
Aéroports de Paris only took over responsibility for the aerodrome in 1946. 
It has served leisure and business aircraft since 1947.

Activities

Toussus-le-Noble is the fourth biggest leisure and business aviation aerodrome in France.
It benefits from services that are adapted to future European business aviation projects and it forms part of a bold project to develop 21st century Paris, which was launched by the government in 2009.

Surface area

The aerodrome's total footprint is 166 hectares. 
It has over 1,000 m² of office space and its proximity to Airparc, a 3,000 m² business park, adds to its appeal.

Schedules

Time at which the site is open to traffic: from 06:00 to 22:30.

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    Runways

    Number of runways: 2

    Runway 1: 1,100 m x 30 m
    Directions: 07/25
    Type of surface: asphalt

    Runway 2: 1,050 m x 30 m
    Directions: 07/25
    Type of surface: asphalt

    Facilities

    • 1 control tower
    • 1 fuel provider – Air Total, Jet A1 AVGAS fuel
    • 40 hangars  
    • 1 terminal
    • 1 fire service 
    • 1 restaurant
    • 1 free car park with 100 spaces
    • 1 store for pilots: 'La Boutique du Pilote'

    Geographical coordinates

    • IATA CODE: TNF
    • ICAO CODE: LFPN
    • Latitude : 48° 44' 59'' N
    • Longitude : 2° 06' 40'' E
    • Altitude : 164 m
    • Catégory C : class C1

    Presentation of Paris-Le Bourget