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  • EFPO - Pori

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    Pori Airport is an airport in Pori, Finland. The airport is located 1.4 nautical miles south of the Pori town centre. It belongs to the network of 21 airports operated by Finavia.  The most significant user of the airport is the Finnish Aviation Academy which is based at the airport.


    ATC Frequencies

    VATSIM name Callsign Frequency Remarks Languages
    EFPO_ATIS   136.075    EN
    EFPO_TWR  Pori Tower 119.250  Main frequency  FI/EN
    EFPO_APP  Pori Radar 128.650    FI/EN
    EFIN_F_CTR  Helsinki Control 132.725  Local ACC-sector  EN
    EFIN_D_CTR  Helsinki Control 121.300  Covering all ACC sectors if local is offline  EN

    Note: EFIN also provides ATS in Finnish below FL95.


    Flight procedures

    Please plan your flight via these waypoints:

    Waypoint Arrival Departure
     EPAXU  x x
     IDNIS x  x
     OSDIL  x  x
     ROGTU  x  x
     UMSES    x
     XORMU  x  x

    Radio navigation:

    PRI – Previk VOR (113.200)
    PO – ILS LLZ 30 (109.100)

    Note: ILS frequency might differ depending on the scenery.

    Runway 12 is only capable for RNP and VOR/DME approaches. Runway 30 has ILS with CAT I capability. RNP and VOR/DME approaches are also available for runway 21. Visual approaches can be executed when allowed by weather and traffic conditions.

    In addition to procedural service, Pori also has radar service available depending controller proficiency and radar coverage availability.

    VFR traffic: Runway 12: Use right hand traffic circuit outside ATS hours. VFR circuit altitude is 600 feet.


    Radio operations

    For clearance, contact Pori Tower 119.250 or to another ATS station listed above. VFR aircraft and IFR training flights should inform their intensions for flight when requesting start-up/taxi.

    Start-up clearance is not required for piston engined aircraft.

    Visual approach can be requested by phraseology: ready for visual or request visual approach.

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