Eulogio Sánchez Airport

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Eulogio Sánchez Airport
Tobalaba Airport
Aerodromo tobalaba 1.JPG
Airport type Public
Owner/Operator Club Aéreo de Santiago, Club Aéreo de Carabineros de Chile
Serves Santiago, Chile
Location La Reina
Built 1954
Elevation AMSL 2,129 ft / 649 m
Coordinates 33°27′23″S 70°32′48″W / 33.45639°S 70.54667°W / -33.45639; -70.54667Coordinates: 33°27′23″S 70°32′48″W / 33.45639°S 70.54667°W / -33.45639; -70.54667
SCTB is located in Chile
Location of the airport in Chile
Direction Length Surface
m ft
01/19 965 3,166 Asphalt
Sources: GCM[1] Google Maps[2][3]

Eulogio Sánchez Airport (Spanish: Aeródromo Eulogio Sánchez) (ICAO: SCTB), also known as Tobalaba Airport, is an airport in La Reina, an eastern suburb of Santiago, Chile. It is two-thirds owned by the Club Aéreo de Santiago and one-third owned by the Club Aéreo de Carabineros de Chile.

The airport is 52 ha (130 acres) on the eastern edge of the Santiago metropolitan area. It was constructed in 1954 and named for the then-president of the Club Aéreo de Santiago, Eulogio Sánchez Errazuriz.[4]

Runway 19 has an additional 170 metres (560 ft) displaced threshold. There is mountainous terrain nearby to the east.

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