Campo Arenal Aerodrome

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Campo Arenal Aerodrome
Aeródromo de Campo Arenal
IATA: noneICAO: none
Summary
Airport type Private
Owner Minera Alumbrera
Serves Campo Arenal, Catamarca Province, Argentina.
Location 60km south from Santa María, Argentina
Elevation AMSL 7,622 ft / 2,323 m
Coordinates 27°04′20″S 066°35′10″W / 27.07222°S 66.58611°W / -27.07222; -66.58611Coordinates: 27°04′20″S 066°35′10″W / 27.07222°S 66.58611°W / -27.07222; -66.58611
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
06/24 1,915 6,383 Asphalt
Source: DAFIF[1]

Campo Arenal Aerodrome (Spanish: Aeródromo de Campo Arenal) is an airport in Campo Arenal in the Catamarca Province of Argentina.

The airport was built in 1995, by Minera La Alumbrera. It has many regular flights by a company called American Jet, flying small aircraft bringing workers from larger cities. This is a remote airport; driving time to larger cities such as San Miguel de Tucumán, Salta or San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca) is at least 6 hours.

Airlines[edit]

Airlines Destinations
American Jet Charter: Catamarca

References[edit]

  1. ^ Airport information from World Aero Data.

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