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賽嘉皆豪飛行場 Saijia Jie hao flying field.
Taiwan

這裡是屏東縣高樹鄉的賽嘉飛行場,由台灣飛行大玩家運度協會管理運作。有一條03-26,約三百公尺的柏油鋪面跑道,目前有14架的已註冊輕航機在這個場地活動。

網站:台灣飛行大玩家運動協會http://www.wefly.com.tw/

Here we at Saijia Jie hao flying field in aoshu Township ,Pingtung County. This flying field is maintained and run by Wefly association. It has a 03-26 heading asphalt runway for about 300 meter. There are 14 registered ultralight aircraft activities here

see also http://www.wefly.com.tw/

Copyright: Ewing Kang
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 27462x13731
Taken: 22/10/2011
Uploaded: 29/10/2011
Atualizado: 24/03/2015
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Tags: ultralight; fly; jj; aircraft; runway
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