General Bernardo O'Higgins Airport
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|General Bernardo O'Higgins Airport|
|Owner||Estado de Chile|
|Operator||Director General of Civil Aeronautics|
|Elevation AMSL||495 ft / 151 m|
General Bernardo O'Higgins Airport (IATA: YAI, ICAO: SCCH) is located at Chillán in the Ñuble Province of Chile's Bío-Bío Region. The airport is named for Bernardo O'Higgins the first Chilean head of state.
- Airport information for SCCH at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.
- Airport record for Aeropuerto General Bernardo O'Higgins at Landings.com
- Current weather for SCCH at NOAA/NWS
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