Sunset and sunrise and the SERA definition of night
Finnish time today, 23.05.2017
– Night ends: 03:23
– Sunrise: 04:35
– Sunset: 22:21
– Night begins: 23:33
Times tomorrow
– Night ends tomorrow: 03:20
– Sunsrise tomorrow: 04:33
– Sunset tomorrow: 22:23
– Night begins tomorrow: 23:37
1. General information:
A grass covered airfield in Genböle village, situated some 10 km from Dalsbruk toward Kimito. Exact location: on the east side of the road to the north, near the removed Sunna VOR, in the field of Göran Hollsten. The Dragsfjärd municipality centre is some 6 km to the north. The field is private and intended solely for light aircraft. Saariston ilmailukerho The Archipelago Flying Club has a hangar, where upstairs a small group can be accommodated.
2. The Airport:
At the end of runway 07 there are trees and a threshing house, and vortices when strong winds. The field surface is somewhat uneven in places.
3. Basic data:
Coordinates: 600513N 0223119E   (Map service)

Runway: 07/25 – 630 x 12 m – grass
LDA: 07: 330 m, 25: 330 m
Radio frequency: 123,600
Airport elevation: 14 m (46 ft)
Fuel availability: The club has Mogas
Private (PPR), only for light aircraft
Announcement: NOTAM

4. Sight seeing and services
A boarding house a couple of km:s adjacent offers accommodation and food. Dalsbruk has the services of a small town.

5. Contact information:
Jorma Hakkarainen phone: +358 50 5544 127 (Chairman of the flying club)
Julius Viitanen phone: +358 50 594 5088 (Secretary of the flying club)
Nearest ATS EFTU: +358 2 271 4801.

EFGE LDG chart, click on image to open PDF document

EFGE LDG chart, click on image to open PDF document

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Genböle field from the air as seen in the summer of 2004. Photo: Riina Aho-Heinonen.

Genböle field from the air as seen in the summer of 2004. Photo: Riina Aho-Heinonen.

Genböle hangar building in the summer of 2004. Photo: Riina Aho-Heinonen.

Genböle hangar building in the summer of 2004. Photo: Riina Aho-Heinonen.

Ground view from the summer of 2010. The picture shows the runway 25 traffic pattern mast. Photo: Timo Hyvönen.

Ground view from the summer of 2010. The picture shows the runway 25 traffic pattern mast. Photo: Timo Hyvönen.