Validation date: 06 02 2012
Updated on: 09 07 2017
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56°19'00"N 024°20'01"E

runway: 10/28 - 400x20m - asphalt

Grenctāle air field (also known as Lacupe airfield) was an airfield 70 kilometers south of Riga, Latvia.
Located only 2 kilometers from the Lithuanian border and 200 meters east of the A7 highway, the airfield was built by the Soviet Union in the 1975-1985 timeframe for agricultural activities of state-run Aeroflot. It consisted of a small runway, a taxiway to three small platforms and a hangar-like building to the south of the runway.

No photos of the airfield while in use have been located

Undated aerial photo of Grenctāle, with the A7 highway and a gas station in the lower left corner (Google Earth)

Since February 2012 Latvian Aviation listed the airfield as "completely unavailable for flight operations due to dismantled runway".

Grenctāle airfield in 2012 (MyAirfields)