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Air Tennessee, Alabaster (ICAO: SLAE) was a public fixed platform airport raised 100 meters above the 'Alabaster' region of southern Gaeta V.

Landing Advisories

  • Airport under construction.
  • Airport is built on a platform raised 100m over the sea on columns. Minimum recommended approach at 110m.


Created in mid-2014, Air Tennessee's 'Alabaster' facility was a region-sized executive airport constructed on a platform at 100m. The airport was equipped with two region-length runways (on the west and east edges), a mid-sized unfurnished terminal building, ATC tower, and several large hangars. Underneath, at sea-level, were several small buildings and docks for marine vehicles. The airport never saw completion and remained under construction until its closure circa January 2015.


There are no longer scheduled services to and from Air Tennessee, Alabaster, as of January 2015.

Facilities and services

Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • x5 hangars.
  • Marina.