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Gothenburg City

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ESGP
Airport
ICAO: ESGP
Summary
Name Gothenburg City
Region Europe
Territory Sweden SE.gif
Location Gothenburg
Serving
Coordinates 57° 46' 38.79" N, 11° 51' 53.39" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
1/19 2039 m6,689.633 ft
40 m131.234 ft
ASP yes/yes
4/22 871 m2,857.612 ft
30 m98.425 ft
ASP yes/yes


Gothenburg Airport

ICAO: ESGP IATA: GSE

Description

Gothenburg City Airport or Göteborg City Airport, formerly (and still informally) known as Säve Flygplats, is Gothenburg's second international airport located 5 nm9,260 m
9.26 km
30,380.577 ft
from the centre of Gothenburg on the island of Hisingen, Bohuslän, Sweden. It is located within the borders of Gothenburg Municipality, hence its name.

Climatology

Temperate Marine climate/Oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb). Moderately cool summer and comparatively warm winter.

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of ESGP

  • B738, Goteborg Sweden, 2003 (On 7 December 2003, a Boeing 737-800 being operated by SAS on a passenger charter flight from Salzburg, Austria to Stockholm Arlanda with an intermediate stop at Goteborg made a high speed rejected take off during the departure from Goteborg because of an un-commanded premature rotation. There were no injuries to any occupants and no damage to the aircraft which taxied back to the gate.)
  • RJ85 / Vehicle, Gothenburg Sweden, 2011 (On 8 September 2011, a Brussels Airlines Avro RJ85 on the take off roll at Gothenburg came close to collision with a vehicle which the subsequent investigation found had been issued with clearance to enter the same runway as a result of controller error in the context of non-essential conversation. The vehicle saw the approaching aircraft just before entering the runway and stopped just clear of the runway approximately 40 metres ahead of the point at which it became airborne.)