Jacinto Lara International Airport

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Jacinto Lara International Airport
Airport typeGeneral
LocationBarquisimeto, Venezuela
Elevation AMSL2,042 ft / 622 m
Coordinates10°02′34″N 069°21′30″W / 10.04278°N 69.35833°W / 10.04278; -69.35833
BRM is located in Venezuela
Location of the airport in Venezuela
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 2,850 9,350 Asphalt
Sources: GCM[1] Google Maps[2]

Jacinto Lara International Airport (IATA: BRM, ICAO: SVBM) is an airport in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, named after Venezuelan independence hero Jacinto Lara. It serves the city of Barquisimeto and others such as Acarigua, Yaritagua, and Carora, the main cities in the west-central area of Venezuela.

It is one of the most important airports of Venezuela, and given its position in Venezuela, it has domestic flights to Caracas and international flights to Caribbean islands such as Hispaniola (to the Dominican Republic) and, formerly, to Curaçao and Aruba, and it had flights in the past to the United States (Barquisimeto is geographically closer to Miami than Caracas is). The airport was inaugurated in 1961; it has one terminal building with two levels, banks, restaurants, stores, taxi services, Wi-Fi service, and other services.

The runway length includes a 470 metres (1,540 ft) displaced threshold on Runway 27.

The Barquisimeto VOR-DME (Ident: BRM) is located on the field.[3]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Avior Airlines Caracas
Conviasa Porlamar
Copa Airlines Panama City–Tocumen (begins 17 October 2023)[4]
Venezolana Caracas, Panama City–Tocumen,[5] Santo Domingo–Las Americas

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Airport information for BRM at Great Circle Mapper.
  2. ^ Google Maps - Jacinto Lara
  3. ^ BRM VOR
  4. ^ "Copa Airlines Adds Barquisimeto From Oct 2023". Aeroroutes. Retrieved 8 June 2023.
  5. ^ "Venezolana tendrá vuelos internacionales desde Barquisimeto".

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