|Location||Islas de la Bahía, Honduras|
|Elevation AMSL||29 ft / 9 m|
Útila Airport (IATA: UII, ICAO: MHUT) is an airport serving Útila, Islas de la Bahía, Honduras. It handles regional and international air traffic for the town of Útila. The airport is served by several airlines on a daily schedule, as well as numerous private and charter flights.
Útila island is 36 kilometres (22 mi) offshore from the city of La Ceiba. The airport is 1.6 kilometres (1 mi) northeast of Útila town. Northeast approach and departure are over the water.
Airlines and destinations
|Aerolineas Sosa||La Ceiba|
|CM Airlines||La Ceiba, Roatán, San Pedro Sula|
Incidents and accidents
- On 10 May 2009, a BAe Jetstream 32 on an illegal flight ran out of fuel and crashed short of the runway, killing one of the three occupants.
- On 4 April 1990, an Isleña Airlines De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter crashed into water 175 feet short of the runway threshold. There were minor injuries among the twenty passengers and crew. The crew were reportedly blinded by sunlight during the approach.
- On 28 May 1980, a SAHSA Douglas C-47 suffered substantial damage after the extended gear hit a wall during approach, causing the aircraft to impact terrain.
- Google Maps - Útila
- Airport information for Útila Airport at Great Circle Mapper.
- Getting to Útila
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