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The Las Brujas Airport (IATA: CZU, ICAO: SKCZ) is a domestic airport located in the town of Corozal, Sucre in Colombia. The airport is located 10 minutes from the capital of the department, the city of Sincelejo. In emergency situations, it serves as the alternate airport of the city of Montería. It has regional and national operations. Las Brujas operates regional and domestic flights to Barranquilla, Bogota and Medellin.
Runway length includes a 145 metres (476 ft) displaced threshold on Runway 03 and a 200 metres (660 ft) displaced threshold on Runway 21.
The Corozal VOR-DME (Ident: CZU) is located on the field.
Las Brujas Airport, with passenger traffic of 46,100 passengers per year, will have major upgrade works that will impact positively on the region and the community. Among the works to be developed are:
Expansion of passenger terminal, with new furniture
The extension of the runway
Construction of a cargo terminal
New covered walkway for passengers
Improvement of facilities and equipment for the Airport Health Service