Bagheera Airstrip (ICAO: SLBG) is a small public skyport free-floating 200m above the surface of the 'Bagheera' region in southern Satori. It is the southernmost airstrip in the combined Nautilus/Blake/Satori landmass.
- Elevation Advisory: Free-floating sky port platform at approx 200m. Minimum recommended approach at 210m.
- Collision hazard Advisory: Large aerial structures on the west side of the skyport.
- Coming South West following Route 8, When entering Sutekh Turn due South for alignment with the runway for a safe North-to-South approach.
Opened in early 2014, Bagheera Airstrip was established to offer a challenging destination for skilled bush pilots and, in particular, for the purpose of serving as third anchor in SL Grid Flight's (SLGF) Satori grid flight route.
Located at the southern tip of Satori, the skyport is equipped with a single 90m x 14m fully lit runway, refuelling facilities and direct access to the starting point of Route 8 road network designed by the Linden Department of Public Works (LDPW). A long-range Search and Rescue (S.A.R.) air unit is also present at the airstrip.
Following renovations in mid January 2015, the airfield's Sky Lounge and medical emergency post were removed due to resizing, and the facility was renamed "Bagheera Airstrip" in May 2015.
As of Christmas Day 2016 Bagheera was acquired by the United States Navy Second Life (USNSL) and now operates as a public Aerodrome and also as a Naval Air Facility. A remodel was carried out at the end of 2016 and the facility now houses part of the USNSL Parachute School.
Bagheera has a 15 minute auto-return policy on rezzed items and a sim-wide limit of 200 prims.
The following list includes all scheduled services to and from Bagheera Airstrip, as of May 2015. Other non-scheduled charter flights may be available on request. Please contact airlines for more information.
Facilities and services
- Public rez zone.
- Aviation fuel station (DSA, =TBM=, Terra Aeronautics, Dani Airplanes).
- Airport beacon.