Validation date: 05 11 2017
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42°13'08"N 012°14'55"E
Runway: 09/27 - 550x25m - grass
Sutri airfield (italian: Aviosuperficie Sutri, also known as Aviosuperficie 'La Vallicella' di Sutri) is a small airfield 40 kilometers northwest of Rome. 
The airfield opened in 2002 and since 2005 it is mainly used by the local Club Arrow flying club, largely made up of (ex-)AMI military pilots. The flying club includes a flight school. The club owns three Sky Arrow 450T/TS (registered I-7648, I-2600 and I-5449) and a single Tecnam P96 Golf 100 ADV.

Sutri airfield in August 2017 (RonaldV)