Faroe Islands


Latest revision June 30, 2020

Basic information:

Entry:  The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, which is part of the Kingdom of Denmark. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands located between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean; they are beautiful to fly over. The entry rules, as with other Aviation procedures for the Faroe Islands, are the same as for Denmark. 
FPL: See Denmark
Microlights: See Denmark


Useful links:

Airports www.fae.fo/en - Vagar airport
ATC See Denmark
AIP  See Denmark
Meteo www.yr.no/place/Faroe_Islands/Streymoy/T%C3%B3rshavn/ 
CAA See Denmark
Other links vatsim-scandinavia.org...Faroe-Islands.pdf - Guide to the Faroe Islands


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