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Smederevo Airport

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In close vicinity of town Smederevo (4 kilometers south-east of town center).
Sport and training flights of aircraft and gliders, agricultural airplanes and helicopters, parachuting jumps.
Concrete-asphalt apron of 20x40 meters near hangar.

Photo: Panorame Srbije

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