La Romana International Airport

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La Romana Casa De Campo International Airport
Aeropuerto Internacional La Romana Casa De Campo
La Romana Aeropuerto RD.jpg
Airport type Public
Owner City of La Romana
Operator Central Romana Corporation
Serves La Romana
Location City of La Romana, La Romana Province, Dominican Republic
Elevation AMSL 213 ft / 65 m
Coordinates 18°27′07.78″N 068°54′40.25″W / 18.4521611°N 68.9111806°W / 18.4521611; -68.9111806Coordinates: 18°27′07.78″N 068°54′40.25″W / 18.4521611°N 68.9111806°W / 18.4521611; -68.9111806
LRM is located in the Dominican Republic
Location of airport in Dominican Republic
Direction Length Surface
ft m
11/29 9,678 2,949 Asphalt/Concrete
Statistics (2012)
Passengers 225,550
Aircraft Operations 2,388

La Romana Casa De Campo International Airport (IATA: LRMICAO: MDLR) is an international airport located on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, adjacent to the tourist town of La Romana and the resort of Casa de Campo. It is located about 68 miles (110 km) from the capital, Santo Domingo. In 2008, 374,724 passengers passed through the airport.[1]


The current airport opened in December 2000 and replaced an earlier La Romana airport with the same name and same IATA-code, which was located south of the Zona Franca, on the south western side of Casa de Campo, which was approximately at 18°24′41″N 68°56′30″W / 18.41139°N 68.94167°W / 18.41139; -68.94167. The former airport serviced, aside from private planes, one daily American Airlines flight from Miami, served by an Embraer ERJ-175, and a couple of American Eagle flights. The current single terminal is built in the style of an old sugar mill. The airport consists of a main terminal with four modern gates. It has facilities for passengers and for the maintenance of aircraft. This airport receives most of the private flights in the country, principally businessmen that come to La Romana for vacations in Casa de Campo.

Airlines and destinations[edit]


Airlines Destinations
Alitalia Seasonal charter: Rome–Fiumicino
Air Canada Rouge Seasonal: Montréal–Trudeau
Air Transat Montréal–Trudeau
Seasonal: Québec City, Toronto–Pearson
Blue Panorama Airlines Milan–Malpensa, Rome–Fiumicino, Verona
Condor Seasonal: Frankfurt, Munich
operated by Thomas Cook Airlines
Düsseldorf (begins 3 November 2017)[2]
JetBlue Airways New York–JFK
LOT Polish Airlines Charter: Warsaw–Chopin
Meridiana Milan–Malpensa, Rome–Fiumicino
Miami Air Seasonal: Miami
Neos Seasonal charter: Milan–Malpensa
Servicios Aéreos Profesionales Santo Domingo–Las Américas, Varadero
TUI Airways London–Gatwick
Seasonal: Birmingham (resumes 22 November 2017),[3] Glasgow (begins 7 March 2018)[4]
Ukraine International Airlines Seasonal charter: Kiev-Boryspil[5]


Airlines Destinations
IBC Airways Miami

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