Hassan I Airport

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Hassan I Airport
Laayoune Airport

Aéroport Laâyoune Hassan 1
Hassan 1 Airport.jpg
Summary
Airport typePublic/Military
OperatorOffice National Des Aéroports (ONDA)
ServesLaayoune
LocationWestern Sahara
Elevation AMSL207 ft / 63 m
Coordinates27°09′06″N 013°13′09″W / 27.15167°N 13.21917°W / 27.15167; -13.21917
Map
EUN is located in Western Sahara
EUN
EUN
Location of airport in Western Sahara
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
02/20 2,701 8,861 Asphalt
04/22 2,500 8,202 Asphalt
Statistics (2019)
Passengers255,610[1]
Passenger change 18-19Increase +15.25%
Cargo (tonnes) 2008498.46
Laayoune Airport entrance.
Binter Canarias plane at Hassan 1 Airport.
MINURSO airplanes in Hassan 1 Airport.

Hassan I Airport (Arabic: مطار الحسن الأول‎, Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de El Aaiún – Hassan I, French: Aéroport international Laâyoune – Hassan Ier (IATA: EUN, ICAO: GMML/GSAI)) is an airport serving Laayoune, the largest city in Western Sahara. The airport is named after Hassan I of Morocco. It is operated by the Moroccan state-owned company ONDA. Due to the particular political situation of Western Sahara, this airport appears in the Moroccan AIP as GMML and in the Spanish AIP as GSAI.[5]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Passenger[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
Binter CanariasGran Canaria
Royal Air Maroc Agadir,[6] Casablanca, Dakhla,[6] Gran Canaria,[7] Guelmin, Marrakesh,[8] Rabat[9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aéroports du Maroc : Trafic Aérien de l'année 2019".
  2. ^ Airport information for Laayoune (GMML) from Office National Des Aéroports (ONDA)
  3. ^ Airport information for Hassan I (GMML) from DAFIF (effective October 2006)
  4. ^ Airport information for EUN / GMML at Great Circle Mapper.
  5. ^ "El Aaiun Airport information in the Spanish AIP" (PDF).
  6. ^ a b "Royal Air Maroc Adds New Domestic Routes from June 2015". Routesonline.
  7. ^ "Royal Air Maroc Adds New Las Palmas/Gran Canaria Routes from March 2016". Routesonline.
  8. ^ "Royal Air Maroc inaugure sa nouvelle base aérienne à Laâyoune". Medias24 - Site d'information. 11 June 2019.
  9. ^ Liu, Jim. "Royal Air Maroc adds Laayoune – Rabat service in S20". Routesonline. Retrieved 3 February 2020.

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