Eulogio Sánchez Airport
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|Eulogio Sánchez Airport
Aeródromo Eulogio Sánchez
|Owner/Operator||Club Aéreo de Santiago, Club Aéreo de Carabineros de Chile|
|Location||La Reina, Chile|
|Elevation AMSL||2,129 ft / 645.8 m|
Reference: (Spanish) aerodromo.cl
Eulogio Sánchez Airport (Spanish: Aeródromo Eulogio Sánchez) (ICAO: SCTB), also known as Tobalaba Airport, is a private airport located in La Reina, 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.
Its runways, taxiways and fueling platform are the only areas of the airport open to the public.