Tobías Bolaños International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Tobías Bolaños) (IATA: SYQ, ICAO: MRPV) is one of the four international airports in Costa Rica and the secondary airport serving the city capital of San José after Juan Santamaría International Airport. The airport is named after the Costa Rican pilot Tobias Bolaños Palma (1892-1953), first pilot graduated and who laid the foundation of aviation in Costa Rica. This airport is the main base for general aviation in the country as well as most of private flight operations, charter flights, tourism and aviation schools. Tobías Bolaños airport is located in downtown San José, namely, at the district of Pavas in San José. Domestic aircarrier Nature Air uses the airport as its hub, as well as several other companies offering charter services.