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Airport
ICAO: LFLB
Summary
Name Chambéry
Region Europe
Territory France FR.gif
Location Voglans, La Motte-Servolex, Le Bourget-du-Lac, Viviers-du-Lac
Serving
Coordinates 45° 38' 19.29" N, 5° 52' 52.08" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
18/36 2020 m6,627.297 ft
45 m147.638 ft
ASP yes/yes


METAR
Observation LFLB 140430Z AUTO VRB02KT 0550 0400 R18/1100D R36/0550N FG FEW002 10/09 Q1017 TEMPO 0800 BCFG
Station Chambery / Aix-Les-Bains
Date/Time 14 October 2019 04:30:00
Wind direction °
Wind speed 02 kts
Lowest cloud amount few clouds
Temperature 36°C
Dew point 0°C
Humidity 10%
QNH 1017 hPa
Weather condition n/a

Chambéry Airport

ICAO: LFLB IATA: CMF

Description

Chambéry Airport or Chambéry-Savoie Airport, also known as Chambéry Aix-les-Bains Airport, is a small international airport near Chambéry, a commune in Savoie, France.

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of LFLB

  • B733, Chambery France, 2012 (On 14 April 2012, a Titan Airways Boeing 737-300 attempted to take off from Chambery with incorrect reference speeds taken from the EFB used for performance calculations. As a consequence, the pressure hull was damaged by a tail strike during take off, although not sufficiently to affect cabin pressure during the subsequent flight. The Investigation concluded that the accident raised regulatory issues in respect of the general design and use of EFB computers to calculate performance data.)
  • B733, vicinity Chambery France, 2010 (On 7 February 2010, a Boeing 737-300 being operated by Jet2 on a scheduled passenger flight from Leeds/Bradford UK to Chambery France was making an ILS approach to runway 18 at destination in day IMC when a Mode 2 EGPWS ‘Terrain, Pull Up’ Warning occurred. A climb was immediately initiated to VMC on top and a second ILS approach was then made uneventfully. Despite extreme pitch during the early stages of the pull up climb, none if the 109 occupants, all secured for landing, were injured.)