Suavanao Airport

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Suavanao Airport
IATA: VAOICAO: AGGV
Summary
Location Suavanao, Solomon Islands
Coordinates 7°35′09″S 158°43′53″E / 7.58583°S 158.73139°E / -7.58583; 158.73139

Suavanao Airport is an airport on Santa Isabel Island in the Solomon Islands (IATA: VAOICAO: AGGV).

The main destination off this airfield is Honiara, Solomon Island's capital. It has very little traffic, providing one flight a week most of the time, depending on the season. Mainly used by Isabel’s inhabitants, it also provides a fast connection to a Papatura Island resort.

The short airstrip is basically a leveled and cleaned up piece of land, surrounded by a dense tropical forest and narrow streams. It is not paved, and can only be used by small regional aircraft like the DHC-6 Twin Otter or Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander of Solomon Airlines. There is a small wooden cabin by the strip, but there’s no electricity nor means of communication with the mainland.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Solomon Airlines Honiara

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