|Height above MSL||688 m (2257 ft)|
|Distance from the city center||
15 km south of Freiburg , |
|road||Bulle bypass (H189), motorway ( A12 )|
|Local transport||Bus (TPF)|
|operator||Aviation company of Gruyère SA|
|17/35||811 m × 30 m Gras|
The Aérodrome de la Gruyère ( ICAO code LSGT ) in Epagny , a district of the Swiss Gruyères , operated by the Société d'aviation de la Gruyère SA , is a regional airfield on the plain between Gruyères and Broc FR .
The concession to operate the Gruyère airfield was granted on July 28, 1962 by the Federal Office for Civil Aviation . On September 28, 1962, the license to operate a flight school followed . On July 7, 1963, the airfield was officially inaugurated as part of a public event with 8,000 participants.