José María Velasco Ibarra Airport

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José María Velasco Ibarra Airport
Airport type Public
Operator Government
Serves Macará, Ecuador
Elevation AMSL 1,508 ft / 460 m
Coordinates 04°22′45″S 79°56′29″W / 4.37917°S 79.94139°W / -4.37917; -79.94139
MRR is located in Ecuador
Location of the airport in Ecuador
Direction Length Surface
m ft
01/19 1,080 3,543 Asphalt
Source: WAD[1] GCM[2] Google Maps[3]

José María Velasco Ibarra Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto J.M. Velasco Ibarra) (IATA: MRR, ICAO: SEMA) is an airport serving Macará, a city in the Loja Province of Ecuador. Macará is on Ecuador's border with Peru.

The airport is named for José María Velasco Ibarra, a former president of Ecuador.

The airport is within the city, and has mountainous terrain north, and rising terrain in all other quadrants. The Macara non-directional beacon (Ident: MAC) is located on the field.[4]

The airport (José María Velasco Ibarra) is not in service since 2010.

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