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Alberto Carnevalli Airport (IATA: MRD, ICAO: SVMD) is an airport located 3 km southwest of downtown Mérida, Venezuela, at an elevation of 1,526 m MSL. Its runway is 1,630 m long. It is situated in a valley in the Andean mountains, surrounded by higher terrain in all quadrants. Night operations are prohibited. Commercial service resumed to Caracas on 2 August 2014, after being suspended for 5 years due to the crash of Santa Bárbara Airlines Flight 518.