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Volos Army Airport


Volos Army Airport

Volos/Nea Ionia Airport
Κρατικός Αερολιμένας Βόλου/Νέας Ιωνίας
Airport type Defunct/Demolished
Operator Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority
Location Volos
Elevation AMSL 38 m / 125 ft
Direction Length Surface
m ft
14/32 1,200 3,947 Asphalt
(There is nothing left of the airport)

Volos/Nea Ionia Airport (ICAO: LGVO) was a joint public and military airport, situated at Nea Ionia, Volos. It was established in 1948 with a runway of 970m./3,190 ft. In 1954 the runway length was reduced to 650m./2,138 ft. and at that time the airport was exclusively used by the Hellenic Army. The airport finally closed in 1981, its infrastructure abandoned and left to decay. The runway was located where the new Volos Ring Road is situated today.

The airport was replaced by Nea Anchialos National Airport, which began operations in 1991 and sought to cover the needs of the area of Central Greece, filling in the gap of the old defunct Volos Airport.

Former Airlines and destinations


External links

  • Volos Army Airport
  • LGVO
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