Sir Gaëtan Duval Airport (IATA: RRG, ICAO: FIMR) is an airport located near Plaine Corail on Rodrigues, an island dependency of Mauritius. It is named after Sir Charles Gaëtan Duval (1930–1996), a former deputy Mauritian prime minister, who oversaw much of the development of Rodrigues. Prior to being renamed in 2007, it was known as Plaine Corail Airport. Airport of Rodrigues Ltd (ARL) was incorporated on 8 February 2000 as a public company.
In 2006, the airport handled 49,500 passengers. It has a small asphalt runway which measures 1,020 by 30 metres (3,346 ft × 98 ft).